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Birchwood Casey Shoot-N-C 17.25" Self-Adhesive Bullseye Target, 480 Pasters, 12/pack - 34186
Out of stock

Birchwood Casey Shoot-N-C 17.25" Self-Adhesive Bullseye Target, 480 Pasters, 12/pack - 34186

SKU 793231
Model Number 34186
Brand Birchwood Casey
UPC 029057341867
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Product Details


  • Type: Self-Adhesive
  • Series/Collection: Shoot-N-C
  • Size: 17-1/4"
  • Material: Adhesive Paper
  • Color: Black/Yellow/Red
  • Application: Long Range Rifle Shooting - 200 yd and Beyond
  • For Use With: Muzzleloaders, Shotgun Slugs
  • Packaging Quantity: 12/Pack


Multiple sizes for all your shooting needs. Each sheet comes with corner pasters for easy repair. The 17-1/4 inches targets are the largest bull's-eye targets we make. These targets are great for long-range rifle shooting 200 yd and beyond. The greater surface area makes them the perfect choice for use with muzzleloaders, shotgun slugs and to show shotgun patterning. Great for indoor or outdoor use and low-light conditions. Shoot N C 17-1/4 in bull's-eye, 12 targets - 480 pasters.


  • Bullet holes are revealed with bright chartreuse rings
  • Self-adhesive backing makes targets easy to put up
  • Instant feedback - no need to walk downrange or use binoculars to see your shot
  • Includes repair pasters to lengthen target life
  • Hanging mounting type


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