LOL! Jeez, how deep is your back yard? I think they're dead.
Actually, I shot from my deck, about 10 feet up. The range was from an arm toss of the empty can to about 40 yards. Beyond that, it makes a splash landing in the creek running down the back of my mowed grass. Speaking of grass, I have learned you have to move your targets around, or you dig a nice hole in the already sorry turf. I have been blameing it on the *****, but sooner or later, my wife will figure it out.38super said:LOL! Jeez, how deep is your back yard? I think they're dead.
Your right, not much meat on the cans that I knock down. Infact, don't have a lot of your type of cans here in Tennessee that I have seen. Where I was born and grew up, we had lots (Wyo). Would tell you a duck hunting story, except for it has nothing to do with rimfires. Only about a box of 12gu shells, one wet behind the ears boy (me), a very scrawny, shot up non-eatable mud duck and a very small duck pond. My step-dad was upset with me............"we can't eat that thing, look at them green feet..."Decoycarver said:I hunt cans (Canvasbacks), we get just a bit more on the breast than you seem to get in your back yard.