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    Oh man, these look so cool.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Moutere View Post
    I like the looks of this type, shamelessly copied the image from elsewhere.
    Looks very simple and robust.

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    The mounting system is sound, and useful as long as it does not swivel with impacts, the shape of the gong we can avoid.

    The Human torso is never an aim point for us, and never will be, we do not have or use weapons.

    As recreational hunters and rifle enthusiasts we imply and infer through our intentions and actions to hunt game animals only.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 7mmsaum View Post
    The mounting system is sound, and useful as long as it does not swivel with impacts, the shape of the gong we can avoid.

    The Human torso is never an aim point for us, and never will be, we do not have or use weapons.

    As recreational hunters and rifle enthusiasts we imply and infer through our intentions and actions to hunt game animals only.
    Although not necessarily clear, the point of reference was the hanger/bracket. Not the plate target !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moutere View Post
    I like the looks of this type, shamelessly copied the image from elsewhere.
    Looks very simple and robust.

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    That looks brilliantly simple, I'm going to give that a go

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    Now that looks like the biz @Moutere

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    Digging up an old thread, but on the hunt for a couple of gongs 300mm2 - 500mm2 sizing. Any idea on the cost or easiest place to get these around Auckland? Cheers.

 

 

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