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Added a couple of rimfire bullet traps to the range. Cheap and hopefully effective. I hate having bullets rut up my range grass. These are easily moved and set at whatever range I feel like shooting the 22s. I know, the grass needs mowing. Whatta Hobby!

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I have a couple of those targets straps. Nothing like ringing steel with a .22, right Art!! -Lloyd 🍻
 

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I have a couple of those targets straps. Nothing like ringing steel with a .22, right Art!! -Lloyd 🍻
Yes indeed. Every little bit of trigger time no matter what rifle can help develop skills that enhance every other discipline. Whatta Hobby!
 

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Are you trying to actually trying to catch the lead or just keep it from tearing the yard up?
Just trying to keep from tearing up my field grass. I really like the looks of it when it's mowed. Couldn't care less about the lead.
 

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I have a couple of those for .22 pellet/air rifle. Work great.

I think I neglect my .22lr. Next goal is to spend more time rimfire shooting.
that is a dangerous thing to say, next thing you know you are building a 10/22 with a 8x25 scope and shooting it at 250 yards.... not that i know, just saying... from a friend...
 

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Just trying to keep from tearing up my field grass. I really like the looks of it when it's mowed. Couldn't care less about the lead.
That's what I thought, I would have used a piece of 1/4 inch plate on a 45° angle. Finding a piece of scrap should be pretty easy to find for behind your swinger.....
 

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That's what I thought, I would have used a piece of 1/4 inch plate on a 45° angle. Finding a piece of scrap should be pretty easy to find for behind your swinger.....
The swinger is easy. Bullets don't make it past to do any damage if I do my part. The 1/4" is a pickle sometimes but mostly hits.
 
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