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    Zombie splatter fun.



    This is a seagons' fruit used to give a fun splatter effect. Photo provided from the guys over at Funker tactical.

    Video coming soon.

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    Ha! Pretty cool.. in a lame sort of way, lol! Good to see people having a little fun at the range!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Boomer686 View Post
    Ha! Pretty cool.. in a lame sort of way, lol! Good to see people having a little fun at the range!
    Good to see a range ALLOWING fun! lol


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    haha, shouldnt we be aiming for the brains? what kind of fruit would we use for that? :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by emilio613 View Post
    Good to see a range ALLOWING fun! lol
    Hear! Hear! All too often ranges/clubs put many rules in place , either voluntarily or involuntarily, to appease CFOs in the name of "public safety"' thereby eliminating a lot of fun...especially as it would apply to hooking newbies and kids.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 6388 View Post
    haha, shouldnt we be aiming for the brains? what kind of fruit would we use for that? :P
    Almost spoiled cottage cheese with some food coloring in a sandwich bag on the backside could be very cool, especially with a varment round.

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    Quote Originally Posted by emilio613 View Post
    Good to see a range ALLOWING fun! lol
    Quote Originally Posted by Chuckbuster View Post
    Hear! Hear! All too often ranges/clubs put many rules in place , either voluntarily or involuntarily, to appease CFOs in the name of "public safety"' thereby eliminating a lot of fun...especially as it would apply to hooking newbies and kids.
    Very true statements!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 6388 View Post
    haha, shouldnt we be aiming for the brains? what kind of fruit would we use for that? :P
    Yeah I was going to say . . .

    How about a baggie of spaghetti ?

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    On a side note, at my range, I had one executive tell me I can shoot juice jugs if I put them into the gong boxes. Then I had another executive tell me I could not, that's it's against the CFO rules.

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    i took my wife shooting for the first time at my ranges annual pumpkin shoot. she shot my hk usp 45 that day with hollowpoints for the first time. She said she loved it and said its much more fun than shooting at paper targets. I agree with her, because reactive targets such as pumpkins, watermellons, full pop cans etc, offer so much more confidence building when it comes to new shooters.

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