Rob Pincus shows how we can use reactive targets to make our range practice sessions more dynamic and fun. Using Do-All soccer-ball shaped targets that are rated to take 10,000 shots, Rob first discusses safety concerns including making sure you are in an area where you can shoot over a wide range, and being aware of your angles. Then he gives a demonstration, alternating firing at two different targets. Since the targets move when hit, each subsequent shot becomes more challenging.
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