YouTube Channel Tools&Targets shared a fun video featuring an antique bolt-action 20 gauge. After finding the septuagenarian shotgun at a local pawn shop, the only natural thing was to see how it shoots! The Mossberg 185D was manufactured in the late 1940’s and features a Mauser action and a 2 shell box magazine. After a clean and lube up, he took it out to his range and put it through its paces. And what better way to see how it works than with some Firebird Targets?
Tools&Targets had previously tried out the 50 BIO Targets, comparing Firebirds to a binary target. In that review, he liked how Firebird Targets could be easily transported, didn’t need mixing, and weren’t as finicky as other exploding targets. Now he’s back with another video starring our 65BIO Firebird Targets. His first shot with a slug just nicked the side, causing the Firebird Target to get a partial detonation and fly off like a whirligig. But after a quick reload with some low-brass buckshot, he nailed a couple more Firebird Targets with some satisfying booms! Then, to cap off a fun day at the range, he gave us a “spicy melon” with a Firebird Target attached to an unsuspecting watermelon and it sure put on quite the show!
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