I used to shoot at a range in the 80's that had several "Turf turning disks" from an old piece of farm equipment; they made a nice "tong!" sound, so you knew you hit them. They were hanging about 50 yards out.
We stole them on a Thursday night, tuned them with a grinder (and a professional piano tuner accomplice), and hung them back up Friday morning...
There were about 30 people there when we started playing "God Bless America" with semi-auto .22's.
Some were not amused, but everyone else loved it.
A few months later, one of the haters "retuned them" with AP NATO rounds; the local FBI was not happy. :rofl:
They were removed Years later, when someone decided they were too dangerous to shoot at. (ricochets were a problem, steel disks... That's why they were way out there, lol.)
Please steal this idea for your range; you can tune any metal target; glass bottles can be tuned with water.
Mine is growing fruit plants / trees. Right now I've got 3 avocado trees, a fig tree, a mango tree, and some pomegranate seeds.
The avocado trees are 6mo, 3mo, and 2mo old. The fig tree is 4mo old, the mango is 1mo old. The pomegranate seeds were just put in last weekend, so they haven't...
There is a nice SC coming up for auction in Raleigh Dec 6th. I saw the car at the last auction in June, sat in it, etc. It's really in nice, original condition. https://inventory.raleighclassic.com/vehicles/51/1989-ford-thunderbird
Well, I have the opportunity to help convert a garage into a private arcade/man-cave because one of my friends has been collecting vintage arcade machines for a while and has run out of space. The challenge is that the garage has an unfinished ceiling and the apartment above the garage has...
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