Birchwood Casey Adds New Color To The Popular Shoot-N-C Target Line

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posted on April 10, 2012
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For 2012 Birchwood Casey has introduced a new line of White/Black Shoot-N-C targets. The white targets leave a black "halo" around each shot that can easily be seen at many distances. They work especially well at indoor ranges or in low light conditions. Crosshairs and open sights show up especially well on the white over black design. The bull's-eye versions also have horizontal posts that make great crosshair reference points.

Three versions of the Shoot-N-C White/Black targets are available; 8" and 12" Bull's-Eye X and 12"x18" Silhouette. The 8" come in packs of six targets with 72 pasters and sell for a suggested retail of $7.50, the 12" come in 5-packs with 120 pasters/secondary targets for $12.50 and the silhouettes are available in packs of 5 with 90 pasters/secondary targets for $14.00. They can also be ordered individually/bulk in multiples of 100.

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For more information,  log onto the Birchwood Casey website at www.birchwoodcasey.com

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