Great for shooting with iron sights...though with my old eyes I still need a spotting scope to see the holes..
excellent for .22 rimfire at 100 yds
These targets were exactly what I needed.
I was sighting in my 7mm magnum at 300 yards and was able to reliably identity my shots through my 9x scope. I can't ask for much more than that.
I wasn't really looking for a sticky target, but it turned out to be very helpful. They stuck solidly enough, even in 95 degree heat and full sun. The little stickers included to cover previous shots started to curl and peel in the heat, but they stayed in place.
Due to the nature of the targets, you do have to be careful not to scratch them. That said, I hiked them into the woods two miles in a backpack and they were pretty much fine. I think some reviewers overreacted a bit, they aren't that fragile, just don't be dumb.
Overall they're very useful targets. Much less work than walking back and forth to see your shots, and much cheaper than buying good optics.
If you’re not spotting your shots and correcting your aim, you’re just shooting to hear the loud noise & sending lead to the backstop. To me, Splatter Targets are an essential accuracy training tool. I prefer the 8-inch targets (aim small - miss small), but the 12-inch targets were a trial. I no longer buy these at my club, because they only sell packages of five targets and triple the price.
These targets are perfect for our shooting sessions at the range. We use them up close (25 yards) for pistols, or at distances of 50 ~ 100 yards for rifles. Very easy to place on target stands. Very visible to track shots. Extra little tabs cover holes so we can keep shooting without needing a new target. Everybody enjoys them--especially since I bought them!
I am very pleased to be able to shoot on the Splatteburst Targets. I use 12, 10 and 8 inch targets and share with my friends as we practice Steel Challenge Stages where we cannot put up steel targets.
These targets stay on the carbord backers with great ease. Even in strong winds, upwards of 25 miles per hour, the targets remain but are easily taken off the backing when cleaning up after a range session.