Birchwood Casey Stick-A-Bull Adhesive Targets

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posted on March 14, 2012
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Birchwood Casey's new Stick-A-Bull targets are self adhesive and will easily adhere to most any surface. Shooters no longer need to worry about forgetting their stapler or running out of staples at the range.

Stick-A-Bull targets are non-reactive, making them a great low cost alternative to more expensive targets. Twelve-inch bull's-eye and sight-in versions are both available. Both versions come with repair pasters to extend target life for even more added value.

Stick-A-Bull targets come in packs of five. The bull's-eye targets come with 60 pasters and sell for a suggested retail price of $5.30. The sight-in version comes with 55 pasters and sells for $5.30 as well.

Click here to view a video of the targets.

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