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Steel challenge question

Discussion in 'Shooting Chat' started by Timmy59, May 3, 2019.

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    @dennishoddy, do you by chance know at what height the targets are at ?
     
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    5' or 6'
     
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    Anyone who wants to shoot steel challenge on the cheap, bring out your .22 rifles and/or pistols.
    Lots of people use Ruger 10/22's, MK series, and buckmarks.
     
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    Depends on what size target and on what stage.

    5’, 5’-6”, 6’ are used.
     
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    Steel challenge is a blast. I tell my students to just GO. The best experience is going with a mindset to have FUN. The serious component will come later. If you go with the mindset to have fun, guess what? You will have fun no matter how good (or bad) you do. It's valuable experience and when you introduce a little stress in the form of competition, you will get better. It also challenges your gun handling.
     
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