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  • Gamo Standard Paper Targets (Pack of 100)

    Gamo Standard Targets (Pack of 100)

    R229

    The Gamo Standard Targets are competition targets, ideal for rifle and pistol shooting. Designed to fit Gamo’s pellet trap.

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  • Garipani Rooibok Target

    Garipani Rooibok Target – 10 Pack

    R399

    The thin red lines on the impala indicate the kill zones of the impala. The outer line indicates the lung and back spine area. The next smaller line indicates the heart and lung area.

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  • Garipani Zebra Target

    Garipani Zebra Target – 10 Pack

    R399

    The Garipani Zebra Target is perfect for getting some practice in for hunting season or competition shooting.

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  • Garipani Vlakvark Target

    Garipani Vlakvark Target – 10 Pack

    R399

    The inner line indicates the heart and inside that area there is a small circle which is used for scoring purposes at shooting competitions. The head and neck also has a kill zone indicated, but head shots are only recommended for experienced marksman.

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  • Garipani Swartwildebees Target

    Garipani Swartwildebees Target – 10 Pack

    R399

    The Garipani Swartwildebees Target is perfect for getting some practice in for hunting season.

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  • Garipani Springbok Target

    Garipani Springbok Target – 10 Pack

    R399

    Target Garipani Springbok The springbuck is a medium sized gazelle; the target of the springbuck is scale 1:1 showing a full on broad side shot. Normal shooting distance 100–300 meters.

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  • Garipani Gemsbok Target

    Garipani Gemsbok Target – 10 Pack

    R399

    The thin red lines on the Oryx indicate the kill zones of the Oryx. The outer line indicates the back and neck spine area. The next smaller line indicates the lung area.

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  • Garipani Duiker Target

    Garipani Duiker Target – 10 Pack

    R399

    The thin red lines on the Garipani Duiker Target indicate the kill zones. The lines indicate the lung, heart and spine area. The lines are narrowly spaced for scoring purposes.

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  • Garipani Buffalo Target

    Garipani Buffalo Target – 10 Pack

    R399

    The Buffalo is a large sized bovinae; the target of the Buffalo is slightly scaled down to about 80% showing a full on frontal shot. Normal shooting distance 30–100 meters.

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  • Garipani Blouwildebees Target

    Garipani Blouwildebees Target – 10 Pack

    R399

    The target of the Blouwildebees scale is 1:1 showing a full on broad side shot. Normal shooting distance 200 meters. The thin red lines on the animal indicate the kill zones.

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  • Caldwell Orange Peel 25-Pack 20cm Bullseye Target

    Caldwell Orange Peel 25-Pack 20cm Bullseye Target

    R489

    The Caldwell Orange Peel 25-Pack 20cm Bullseye Target is a handy accessory for avid shooters.

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  • Caldwell Orange Peel 5-Pack 20cm Bullseye Target

    Caldwell Orange Peel 5-Pack 20cm Bullseye Target

    R169

    The Caldwell Orange Peel 5-Pack 20cm Bullseye Target is a handy accessory for avid shooters.

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  • Caldwell Orange Peel 5-Pack 20cm Sight-in Target

    Caldwell Orange Peel 5-Pack 20cm Sight-in Target

    R229

    The Caldwell Orange Peel 5-Pack 20cm Sight-in Target is a handy accessory for avid shooters.

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  • Gamo Spinner Target

    Gamo Spinner Target

    R419

    Fun and easy way to enjoy your airgun. Test your plinking skills.

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  • Gamo Plinking Target

    Gamo Plinking Target

    R529

    Fun and easy way to enjoy your airgun. Eliminate the need to walk downrange and change targets.

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  • Gamo Assorted Targets (Pack of 100)

    Gamo Assorted Targets (Pack of 100)

    R169

    Gamo assorted targets, ideal for rifle and pistol shooting.

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  • CCI Auto Rabbit Clay Targets – 150 Case

    R789

    This clay is specially designed for both automatic and manual traps. It is thrown out in an upright position and bounces along the ground rabbit fashion.

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  • CCI Supermini Clay Targets – 250 Case

    R919

    Most definitely for the experienced shooter! Suitable for sporting disciplines and simulates quail.

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  • CCI Midi Clay Targets – 150 Case

    R599

    Has a similar profile to the standard but is smaller. It is used for sporting disciplines and simulates partridges and grouse.

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  • CCI Battue Clay Targets – 180 Case

    R889

    Its flat profile causes it to fly fast for a distance and then roll and drop rapidly. Suitable for sporting disciplines and FITASC.

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  • CCI Standard Clay Targets – 150 Case

    R859

    The most widely used clay suitable for all disciplines. It can be used to simulate all types of game. CCI’s unique ‘swirl’ design assists straight flight.

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  • Garipani Luiperd Target

    Garipani Luiperd Target – 10 Pack

    R399

    The thin red lines on the Garipani Luiperd Target indicate the kill zones. The head and neck also has a kill zone indicated, but head shots are only recommended for experienced marksman.

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  • Garipani Jakkals Target

    Garipani Jakkals Target – 10 Pack

    R399

    The thin red lines on the Jackal indicate the kill zones of the Jackal. The outer line indicates back and neck spine area. The next smaller line indicates the lung area.

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  • Garipani Dassie En Voels Target

    Garipani Dassie En Voels Target – 10 Pack

    R399

    The thin red lines on the Hyrax indicate the kill zones of the Hyrax. The lines indicate the lung, heart and spine area. The lines are narrowly spaced for scoring purposes.

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  • Garipani Chasa Vlakvark Target

    Garipani Chasa Vlakvark Target – 10 Pack

    R399

    The Warthog is a large sized wild pig; the target of the Warthog is scale 1:1 showing an angled broad side frontal shot. Normal shooting distance 30–150 meters.

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How to Choose Practice Shooting Targets

Shooting targets are an essential part of improving your shooting skills. Choosing the right practice shooting targets can be a daunting task, especially for beginners. The right target can help you improve your accuracy, speed, and overall shooting technique. In this article, we will discuss how to choose practice shooting targets that are perfect for you.

Understanding Your Shooting Needs

Before you start searching for practice shooting targets, you must understand your shooting needs. What kind of shooting do you do? Are you an experienced shooter, or are you just starting? Do you have specific goals for improving your shooting skills? These are all essential questions to ask yourself before you start shopping for targets.

Determine Your Skill Level

Your shooting skill level is a crucial factor in choosing the right practice shooting targets. If you are a beginner, you may want to start with basic targets that are easy to hit. On the other hand, if you are an experienced shooter, you may want to choose more challenging targets that will push your skills to the next level.

Know Your Shooting Goals

Knowing your shooting goals will help you select the right practice shooting targets. If you are practicing for hunting, you may want to choose targets that simulate game animals' size and movement. If you are practicing for self-defense, you may want to choose targets that represent human attackers.

Types of Practice Shooting Targets

There are different types of practice shooting targets available, each with its unique features and benefits. Understanding these types will help you choose the right target for your needs.

Paper Targets

Paper targets are the most popular type of practice shooting targets. They are affordable, easy to use, and come in a variety of shapes and sizes. You can also print your targets if you have a printer at home.

Steel Targets

Steel targets are more durable and long-lasting than paper targets. They can handle more rounds and are perfect for high-volume shooting. They are also available in different shapes and sizes.

Reactive Targets

Reactive targets are designed to react to the impact of your shots, providing instant feedback on your shooting accuracy. They can be made of paper, steel, or other materials.

3D Targets

3D targets are lifelike and designed to simulate real-life shooting scenarios. They are perfect for hunters or anyone practicing for real-life situations.

Choosing the Right Size and Shape

The size and shape of the target will depend on your shooting goals and preferences. Some shooters prefer larger targets, while others prefer smaller ones. If you are practicing for hunting, you may want to choose targets that simulate game animals' size and shape.

Safety Considerations

Safety should be your top priority when choosing practice shooting targets. Always choose targets that are designed for shooting and avoid using objects that are not intended for that purpose. Make sure you have a safe shooting environment and follow all safety rules.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I use household objects as shooting targets?

It is not safe to use household objects as shooting targets. Always choose targets that are designed for shooting.

How often should I replace my paper targets?

It depends on how many rounds you fire and the target's quality. If you notice significant wear and tear, it is time to replace them.

Can I use reactive targets for self-defense practice?

Yes, reactive targets are great for self-defense practice, as they provide instant feedback on your shooting accuracy. However, it's essential to ensure that you practice in a safe environment and follow all safety rules. It's also important to remember that reactive targets may not accurately simulate real-life scenarios, so it's best to use them in conjunction with other types of targets.

How do I know what size target to choose?

The size of the target will depend on your shooting goals and preferences. If you are practicing for hunting, you may want to choose targets that simulate game animals' size and shape. For general target shooting, a 6-8 inch circle is a good size to start with. As you become more experienced, you can experiment with different sizes and shapes to find what works best for you.

How do I know if I'm using the right target for my skill level?

It's essential to choose a target that is challenging enough to help you improve your shooting skills but not so difficult that it becomes frustrating. If you find yourself consistently hitting the target, it may be time to choose a more challenging target. On the other hand, if you are having trouble hitting the target consistently, you may want to choose a simpler target to build your skills gradually.

Can I use different types of targets for different types of shooting?

Absolutely! Different types of shooting require different types of targets. For example, if you are practicing for hunting, you may want to use 3D targets that simulate game animals' size and movement. If you are practicing for self-defense, you may want to use targets that represent human attackers. Experiment with different types of targets to find what works best for you and your shooting goals.

What should I look for when choosing a steel target?

When choosing a steel target, it's essential to look for high-quality, AR500 steel. This type of steel is durable and can handle high-volume shooting without getting damaged. Make sure the target is rated for the caliber of the firearm you will be using and that it is designed to be used with the appropriate distance and angle. It's also crucial to choose a target that is easy to set up and take down and that comes with a stand or mounting system.