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I'm no operator, but... is it common for the dirt directly behind a steel target to react to hits on the front of the steel target?

And isn't it also common for hits placed accurately on a steel target to make an audible "clink" or "clang" noise when the bullet actually hits the steel (as opposed to making little/no noise as when hitting dirt)?

It looks like a neat rifle- I'm just kinda curious about the target shooting demonstration...
My guess is the yellow, red, green and blue targets are 'self healing' polymer that allow the bullets to pass through for 'close in' shooting. The white targets down range where clearly steel and you could hear the impacts.
 
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