You are here: Home > Field Tests > Field test of Dead On Targets

Field test of Dead On Targets

Here are pictures from my Dead On Target testing:

The pack of 20 all spread out. They are 4.69 inches across and .024 inches.

As you can see, they are pretty flexible.

Head shot with .223/55 grains/100 yards.

Center mass with 7.62x54r/182 grains/at 100 yards.

More .223′s/55 grain/Remington steel case/at 100 yards.

This target will see more range time. The slight damage was done with a .25 Auto/50 grains/at 15 yards.

This damage was caused by a .45 auto/230 grains/at 15 yards. As you can see this target is wasted, but that was my intention.

As you can see by the above pictures, these targets will last a long time if you are Dead On. Even with off center shots, they would still be useful another day.

All in all, I was pleased with them. The only problem you will have is, without a scope, the front post on your iron sights will cover the target at 100 yards. That was a small problem and did not stop me from putting rounds on target.

These targets were stapled in place and the staples did not split or crack the target. At only $7.99 a pack, I would have no problem picking up a pack or two.

That ends this test. Hope you enjoyed reading it.
Have a blessed day, I certainly am

SSG Nasty

Comments are closed.