Simple Target

by vik, published

Simple Target by vik Mar 4, 2011
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Designed to be knocked down non-destructively by 6mm airsoft guns. If you shoot them with 4.5mm (.177) BB's they will disintegrate - so use biodegradable PLA for stunts like that.


Print 'em up, knock 'em down.

Useful for comparing the relative impact strengths of different plastics.

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yes you want something that gives and absorbs energy when you hit it.

you could hotglue a thin disk of sheetmetal to the front (the top of a tin can possibly?) for bb's/pellets

Metal facing is a bad idea for steel BBs - they ricochet far to badly.

I've used fender washers as targets before, doubled up.

right, good point