There’s no doubt plinking is one of the greatest American pastimes.
Shooters of all ages enjoy the immediate feedback of popping reactive targets. Introducing youth shooters to plinking with reactive targets is a great way to get them engaged and keep them interested in shooting. Adding fun target challenges to range time can also boost hand-eye coordination and make anyone a better shooter.
If you’ve been lucky enough to get your hands on elusive .22 LR ammo, maximize your rimfire fun with common household items that make for excellent plinking targets.
Keep the pennies in your piggy bank with these great plinking targets, and be sure to share any of your favorite homemade (and safe) plinking targets not appearing on this list.
Take aim at those cheap range balls sitting at the bottom of your golf bag and you'll quickly find out which sport is more enjoyable.
For an additional challenge, try the 2x2x2 Range Drill, or turn the cards sideways and try to slice them in half.
For an added challenge, shoot the hanging candies while they're swinging from dental floss. Shooting the strand of floss is also a fun challenge.
Simply cut the bottom out of a paper bag and then make a few small cuts to form the silhouette shape. Also try using old cardboard boxes to closely mimic the structure of standard IDPA targets.