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Bowling pins are the target of the bowling ball in various bowling games including tenpins, five-pins, duckpins, and candlepins.
I have over 30 bowling pins for sale or trade. Asking $90 for all. Great targets or whatever. They will take a lot of hits before they come apart. A couple of them have cracks in the outer coating but that won't harm the use. Any deal would need to be pretty close to Lebanon but we can...
Recently moved to a new area and I am just now looking into membership at the nearest outdoor/Indoor range which is about 50 miles away. I will attend an orientation and get a membership as soon as I can. In addition to recreational shooting I would like to try one or more of the competitions...
This may seem like an odd question, but there is a point. I am planning on setting up an area on our home range to practice bowling pin shooting. There is a local bowling alley that I will stop by and see if they discard or sell their worn out pins. If they just toss them for free, all well...
USED BOWLING PINS! MADE IN THE USA 15" IN HEIGHT, 3.5LBS EACH BOX OF 10! Fun to Shoot! SOLID WALNUT CORES...GREAT FOR BOWLING AWESOME FOR TARGET PRACTICE.
THEY'LL TAKE A BEATING AND HOLD UP WELL FROM A .45/9MM FMJ CAN KNOCK'EM DOWN WITH A .22 CAN BLOW HOLES RIGHT THROUGH'EM WITH A .223...
Trying to get back to some competition. Does anyone do bowling pins anymore?
Was surprised to see the Crazy Croc still exists in some form. That was the match back in the day. Shot it with a revolver:p
So, I recently acquired a Model 29. It was not added for a defensive piece, but rather because I just like them. Also, maybe, it would be good for bowling pin shooting, and most certainly for target shooting.
That said, it is a solid, nicely built wheelgun, that fits my hand well, so there is...
So, I recently acquired a revolver in .44 Magnum and like it very much thus far. Alas, trigger time has been hampered by real life, but I look forward to more times on the home range.
I'm also reading an old book (circa 1995) entitled Hand Cannons: The World's Most Powerful Handguns. In...