Different Sized Pops from Firebird Targets

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Different Sized Pops from Firebird Targets

Different Sized Pops from Firebird Targets

Shooting Firebird Targets with a Staccato P handgun

We recently saw this YouTube Short pop-up on our feed of a man (Sam Benge) using a Staccato P 9mm handgun to pop some Firebird Targets on steel plates. The great thing about this video is that it illustrates the different reactions you can get when shooting Firebird Targets. When you hit off-center or toward the rim of the Firebird, you’ll get a small poof of smoke. But, if you hit the target square in the middle, you’ll get a substantially larger blast with lots more smoke and sound. Check out this video where the first three shots hit toward the outside of rim of the Firebird Targets, getting smaller puffs of smoke, but the fourth and final shot hits it square in the ten-ring and gives us nice big BOOM!

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2022-10-31T16:25:19-05:00October 31, 2022|

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