When these steel targets are hit and fall down, what exactly happens to the projectile. It obviously doesn't ricochet back, but where does it end up? Also are fmj rounds ok to shoot at these type targets?
+1 on the star...sure is a good training tool. We used it last week in our Three-gun match, with the star being the pistol target.Last week our IPSC group added one of those Texas Star targets to a match for something different. Trying to hit steel plates as they spin can be a big challenge, and it can also be a lot of fun, too. Once you've hit one of the plates, the target begins to spin. If you hit a high target it moves slowly, if you hit a low target, it spins faster. Either way you get a good workout in leading targets and timing.