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I'm a bit partial to steel targets. Nothing like that ting ting ting sound :D
 

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I'm a bit partial to steel targets. Nothing like that ting ting ting sound :D
As am I. However, the listed link is for the cheapest of the cheap steel set (yes, which I own). I only bring it out once in a while and the steel is not holding up well.

In my opinion, the self seal is better bang for the buck.
 

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As am I. However, the listed link is for the cheapest of the cheap steel set (yes, which I own). I only bring it out once in a while and the steel is not holding up well.

In my opinion, the self seal is better bang for the buck.
I was leaning in the direction of steel but I can actually get the self seal for like 5 bucks cheaper and like you said I am starting to think it would hold up better then the steel.
 

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I also prefer steel - you get that ping and, with spinner targets, the spinner stops sooner with a metal spinner, so you're ready to go for the next shot, sooner. My self-seal targets have been holding up, better, yes, but steel is more fun.
 

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I have some self seal Caldwell prairie dogs. Made stands out of lawn mower tires and water supply tubing, as the ground at my range is like cast iron.

I get a lot of use from one, for about $16 I can't complain. With my shooting, they get pretty shot up from head to butt, instead of one spot............:D
 
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