More Rhino targets in Eastern Ontario

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dHb
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More Rhino targets in Eastern Ontario

Post by dHb » Wed Oct 24, 2012 7:07 pm

The herd of Rhino critters is expanding - just picked up the latest five.

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I also got a 3000' roll of 200# twisted Dacron line for about $50 from funwithwind.com - seems to be stretch free!

I also stopped into the Dollar General in Ogdensberg, where they had cord 'spools' for $1 - beats $3+ at Ottawa hardware stores.
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Re: More Rhino targets in Eastern Ontario

Post by Melonhead » Thu Nov 29, 2012 9:27 pm

Love the new targets.

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Re: More Rhino targets in Eastern Ontario

Post by biagio36 » Thu Jan 03, 2013 7:37 pm

Good day friend

I have several targets from Rhino in the States. I mostly have the Rhino face plates for the Gamo target.
I find the material that he has on the paddle of the Rhino FT targets are aluminium, They don't fall very easily at longer distances, and at the shorter distances, they damage quite a bit.

I wish I can take mine off and replace tham with stainless steel or something of that sort.

I also have the bear and I got the Frog.
The Gamo face plates work really well, I get the gamo Target in the States for $20 so the face plates are around $15. for $35 you have a real strong target. I just hate the small hole for the pins. We are thinking of welding the targets to a wheel rim or something of that matter.

Too bad that Dick had a stroke, but it looks like his up and swinging again.

I hope you enjoy them

Biagio

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