Hornady Lock-N-Load Targets

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posted on February 9, 2016
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Let's face an unpleasant truth: Shooting paper targets on a square range isn't the most fun you can have when enjoying recoil therapy. Now, don't get me wrong. A bad day on the range beats a good day doing, well, just about anything else. But paper targets pale in comparison to steel plates, orange clays or other reactive targets on an outdoor range.

One thing that does help, though, is learning something from your paper targets. The Hornady Lock-N-Load Targets offer a half-inch grid system for fine-tuning a new scope or red-dot sight, along with multiple aiming points. Additionally, hits are registered with a white color for easier identification. Targets are peel-and-stick, so you don't need your staple gun, either.

If weather, distance or other circumstances have you indoors at the range, make the most of your time. 

MSRP: $5.12/package of 10; $42.03/package of 100.

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