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Re: Do you ever lose your chickens?
« Reply #20 on: January 28, 2021, 07:29:00 PM »
My favorite part -

With the right gun you can make pigs fly!!!   ;D ;D ;D
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Re: Do you ever lose your chickens?
« Reply #21 on: January 28, 2021, 08:12:23 PM »
Lt
That is the reason for the 1/4" dia hole, to allow the critter to move/spin around etc,
on the 1/8" staple, not secured down solid.

I got a set coming......LOL

Tia,
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Don I'm afraid the welds will break it they are secured directly to the base. I haven't had any break but I believe bReTt said he has. Good idea though. Dan  [/quote]

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Re: Do you ever lose your chickens?
« Reply #22 on: January 28, 2021, 09:17:17 PM »
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That is the reason for the 1/4" dia hole, to allow the critter to move/spin around etc,
on the 1/8" staple, not secured down solid.

I got a set coming......LOL

Tia,
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Don I'm afraid the welds will break it they are secured directly to the base. I haven't had any break but I believe bReTt said he has. Good idea though. Dan  [/quote]
[/quote]

I'll give that a try. Occasionally I have 4"x4"x6"  and  4"x4"x12" cutoffs that I sit them on at various distances. 
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Re: Do you ever lose your chickens?
« Reply #24 on: January 28, 2021, 10:53:23 PM »
I’ve had to resort to stainless fishing leader.  I was using twine but the pellet spall kept cutting it.  I don’t shoot barnyard animals so I put the Ducks and the Boars on a shelf in front of my pellet trap.  They are deposited inside the pellet trap by the shot.  The down side is they do a bit of ricocheting around in the trap and it tends to beat them up some.  I like Dan’s solution and may try a variation on it. ::)
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Re: Do you ever lose your chickens?
« Reply #25 on: January 28, 2021, 11:18:25 PM »
You can also buy full sets of silhouette targets on amazon:

https://www.amazon.com/IHMSA-Tenth-Scale-Airgun-Targets/dp/B00GI569L0/ref=sr_1_16?crid=3SVQ33WKOJK9W&dchild=1&keywords=air+gun+silhouette+targets&qid=1611885952&sprefix=airgun+silhouett%2Caps%2C167&sr=8-16

https://www.amazon.com/IHMSA-Smallbore-Silhouettes-Scale-Piece/dp/B00GI5BEKG/ref=sr_1_12?crid=3SVQ33WKOJK9W&dchild=1&keywords=air+gun+silhouette+targets&qid=1611885952&sprefix=airgun+silhouett%2Caps%2C167&sr=8-12

I have thought about mounting them on hinges, so they just fall backward when shot, arcade style.  All thoughts, no action...
Mark, same here.  My father had a bucket of hinges, I can't find them. I wanted to see how they would work.  I like to see just how cheap I can get by on my reactive targets so I won't be buying anything.
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Re: Do you ever lose your chickens?
« Reply #26 on: January 28, 2021, 11:20:58 PM »
I’ve had to resort to stainless fishing leader.  I was using twine but the pellet spall kept cutting it.  I don’t shoot barnyard animals so I put the Ducks and the Boars on a shelf in front of my pellet trap.  They are deposited inside the pellet trap by the shot.  The down side is they do a bit of ricocheting around in the trap and it tends to beat them up some.  I like Dan’s solution and may try a variation on it. ::)
If my nylon cords get cut I'll replace them with some stainless fishing leader also, I have some of that somewhere.
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Re: Do you ever lose your chickens?
« Reply #27 on: January 29, 2021, 12:02:06 AM »
If my nylon cords get cut I'll replace them with some stainless fishing leader also, I have some of that somewhere.

It's right next to the hinges.  8)
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Re: Do you ever lose your chickens?
« Reply #28 on: January 30, 2021, 03:22:49 PM »
        UPDATE

Yesterday I shot these silhouettes with my new yellow tags attached and found that the tags were actually too long for their purpose.  I folded them over and cut them in half.  I'm still keeping the cord  4" but the shortened 2" tags are much better.

Still really easy to find and still limits the distance they travel when hit.
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Re: Do you ever lose your chickens?
« Reply #29 on: January 30, 2021, 08:37:20 PM »
dog tags on a chicken?
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Re: Do you ever lose your chickens?
« Reply #31 on: January 31, 2021, 07:18:11 AM »
I keep my free range critters on a teather tied to a 1/2"  washer painted orange.
There are leash laws here....
We're all in the same boat, why're you trying to make holes?

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« Reply #32 on: January 31, 2021, 08:18:05 AM »
I keep my free range critters on a teather tied to a 1/2"  washer painted orange.
There are leash laws here....
Great idea Scott, good thinking. 
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« Reply #33 on: January 31, 2021, 08:30:21 AM »
Hate to run over one with the lawnmower!

For me tethering with wire rope and swaged fittings would be easy and bulletproof.

On one end a stopper that just slides and one the other a loop through a 2 oz pyramid lead sinker. Homers has the stoppers for cheap.


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« Reply #34 on: January 31, 2021, 09:44:02 AM »
The tiny nylon cords inside paracord is what I use. The extremely small diameter of these cords allow the small metal silhouette to sit perched on top of my 3/4" x 3/4" angle iron that makes up the frame of my spinner racks.

I like your 1/8" aircraft cable idea as being the most secure method of tethering to a frame but this method will not allow the silhouette to sit on my narrow frame.

If I was using a 2"x4" board I could cut a saw kerf to allow for the 1/8" aircraft cable and attach the cable to the board. I see how this would be the preferred method if placed the silhouettes on lumbet.
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« Reply #35 on: January 31, 2021, 09:47:10 AM »
The tiny nylon cords inside paracord is what I use. The extremely small diameter of these cords allow the small metal silhouette to sit perched on top of my 3/4" x 3/4" angle iron that makes up the frame of my spinner racks.

I like your 1/8" aircraft cable idea as being the most secure method of tethering to a frame but this method will not allow the silhouette to sit on my narrow frame.

That makes sense. The cable is a bit of a brick outhouse thing anyways... if a LOT is good then more is better ;) ;) ;)

Man I'd love to sit in your perch / open man cave and whack targets, look so comfortable.

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« Reply #36 on: January 31, 2021, 10:18:23 AM »
If you're going to put a leash on your chickens, why not just connect the other end of the leash to the stand instead of a tag (or whatever)?  Then the chickens will just be hanging there, waiting for you to put them upright, instead of running all over the yard picking up targets like you're a...well...never mind...   

.....I wasn't going to say "chicken with your head cut off"....

the couple of posts before mine seem to indicate the same kind of thinking.
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« Reply #37 on: January 31, 2021, 10:23:29 AM »
If you're going to put a leash on your chickens, why not just connect the other end of the leash to the stand instead of a tag (or whatever)?  Then the chickens will just be hanging there, waiting for you to put them upright, instead of running all over the yard picking up targets like you're a...well...never mind...   

.....I wasn't going to say "chicken with your head cut off"....

the couple of posts before mine seem to indicate the same kind of thinking.

If tethered to a fixed stand the chickens are flightless.

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« Reply #38 on: January 31, 2021, 10:39:27 AM »
If you're going to put a leash on your chickens, why not just connect the other end of the leash to the stand instead of a tag (or whatever)?  Then the chickens will just be hanging there, waiting for you to put them upright, instead of running all over the yard picking up targets like you're a...well...never mind...   


I don't attach them to the stand because  (1) I move them around a lot. I have 4x4x16 that I place them on and scatter them at different distances.  (2) I don't want them to stay out in the weather  (3) if I go to another location to shoot with a friend they are more convenient if stored in a ammo box. (4) I shoot at the spinners directly under where I place the silhouettes on the target stand and if the were hanging down it interferes with that. Also the cords tangle more easily the longer they are.

This works for me. I'm not saying this would be good for every shooter. For instance,  those who live in close proximity to their neighbors would not want to shoot at these silhouettes.  The ricochets and deflections could reach your neighbor's property.
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Re: Do you ever lose your chickens?
« Reply #39 on: January 31, 2021, 10:43:38 AM »
The tiny nylon cords inside paracord is what I use. The extremely small diameter of these cords allow the small metal silhouette to sit perched on top of my 3/4" x 3/4" angle iron that makes up the frame of my spinner racks.

I like your 1/8" aircraft cable idea as being the most secure method of tethering to a frame but this method will not allow the silhouette to sit on my narrow frame.

That makes sense. The cable is a bit of a brick outhouse thing anyways... if a LOT is good then more is better ;) ;) ;)

Man I'd love to sit in your perch / open man cave and whack targets, look so comfortable.
It is a lot of fun. It is super convenient.  But sadly I am out in the elements on my patio.
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