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Video Product Review: Do-All Reactive Targets
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November 27, 2013
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With ammunition in short supply, spending the time we might like practicing the diminishing skill of firearms training gets tougher and tougher. Standing in one spot, slinging the limited lead we have in stock at a paper target can become routine and boring and may keep us from spending the time we need practicing.

The folks at Do-All have options available that can help bring the fun back into practice time and create additional challenges that improve accuracy and provide immediate positive reinforcement. Interactive targets are a great way to recreate the feeling of a carnival shooting gallery, make practice enjoyable and are well worth the ammo expended upon them. Here are a few options you can pick up at your local Sportsman’s Warehouse store.

Do-All Outdoors Blast Back Automatic Pop-Up Target
Nothing says “hit” like the ring of steel. Even without coming off of the sights, the knowledge that you made a good shot is reinforced by the sound of the round hitting a steel plate. The Blast Back Automatic Pop-Up Target from Do-All Outdoors not only gives you that instant gratification of knowing you have hit the target, but it offers three plates in the 9MM – .30-06 target and four in rimfire target. Each plate is brightly colored to give you positive contrast with your sights. Each version has multiple falling red plates that are reset by striking the remaining black plate.  Both units are easily dissembled for transport and can provide hours of fun.

Do-All Steel Roundup Dueling Tree
The Steel Roundup Dueling Tree from Do-All Outdoors adds a level of competition to your rimfire shooting practice. You can feel like a ‘Top Shot ‘contestant going head to head with your friends. Four red and four black paddles are set up on either side of the center steel post. Hit your color to move it to the other side. Hit your opponent’s paddles to move them back to their side. This is especially fun with a matched pair of high capacity rifles, like AR-15 .22s or 10-22s. Keep moving the paddles back and forth until both of you run out of ammo and score who has the most paddles on their opponent’s side. This is fun for the whole family and is especially challenging with pistols.

Do-All Impact Seal Ground Bouncing Reactive Targets
“Never the same shot twice”, is how Do-All Outdoors markets their Ground Bouncing Targets. Available in a variety of shapes, these Impact Seal targets roll, spin, bounce, flip and move all over the place with each shot. Great for practicing transition to a moving target, the movement of the targets make them harder to hit and help to improve rapid sight alignment and adjustment to different ranges and positions. Their bright orange color make them stand out and their rugged Impact Seal construction allows them to take tens of thousands of shots from everything from a rimfire to a .50 caliber rifle.

Dan Kidder

Managing Editor

Sportsman’s News


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