The Long Range Target Shooting Sport of Rifle Silhouette

If you are interested in long range target shooting you should like Rifle Silhouette.
Shooting at targets a hundred yards over a quarter mile is long range target shooting.


They are loose free-standing targets.
You get instant gratification of seeing them get knocked around.

Long Range Target Shooting at Steel Chicken Silhouettes

The closest of the long range targets of High Power Rifle Silhouette are the Chickens. They are set at 200 meters or 219 yards away. The steel Chicken silhouettes are 1/2 inch thick. They are about 13 inches from the tip of the beak to the tip of the tail. They are about 6 inches from the top of the back to the bottom of the belly. Because the velocity of the bullet is still very high at this range, there is a big WHOP sound when these are hit and they really get knocked around.

Long Range Target Shooting at Steel Pig Silhouettes

The Easiest of the long range targets of High Power Rifle Silhouette are the Pigs. The steel Pig silhouettes are 1/2 inch thick. They are set at 300 meters or 328 yards away. They are about 22 inches from the tip of the nose to the tip of the tail They are about 10 inches from the hump of the back to the bottom of the belly. They weigh about 30 pounds but still ket knoocked around really well with a good hit.

Long Range Target Shooting at Steel Turkey Silhouettes

The hardest of the long range targets of High Power Rifle Silhouette are the Turkeys. The steel Turkey silhouettes are 3/8 inch thick. They are set at 385 meters or 421 yards away. That is only 57 feet short of a quarter mile. They are about 17 inches from the front chest to the tip of the tail They are about 11 inches from the back to the bottom of the belly. There is a feeling of gratification when you knock these over.

Long Range Target Shooting at Steel Ram Silhouettes

The farthest of the long range targets of High Power Rifle Silhouette are the Rams. The steel Ram silhouettes are 3/8 inch thick and weigh fifty pounds. They are set at 500 meters or 547 yards away. That is 107 yards longer than a quarter mile. They are about 32 inches from the tip of the nose to the tip of the tail They are about 13 inches from the back to the belly. There is enough time to absorb the recoil of the rifle and look and see if it is falling over. It takes over a second after the shot to hear the clang of the hit. At this range they do not fly off the stand. These topple or flop off.

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