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    Range Hacks

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    Don't want to denigrate your rack hack, but when shooting at a public range with my AR, I just use an old t-shirt and drape it over my scope. It hangs over the ejection port and does the job. Doesn't really work for a RDS though, too short.

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    i use 3M adhesive spray to attach my paper targets to the cardboard backer now. i like it much better than the staple gun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by famous187 View Post
    i use 3M adhesive spray to attach my paper targets to the cardboard backer now. i like it much better than the staple gun.
    And you leave a mess for the next shooter behind, unless you remove the glued on target entirely before you leave. Maybe you do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TomMcC View Post
    Don't want to denigrate your rack hack, but when shooting at a public range with my AR, I just use an old t-shirt and drape it over my scope. It hangs over the ejection port and does the job. Doesn't really work for a RDS though, too short.
    Same idea but I use an old baseball cap. It works with a RDS as well...................

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    Quote Originally Posted by VALG17 View Post
    And you leave a mess for the next shooter behind, unless you remove the glued on target entirely before you leave. Maybe you do.
    The range I go to has target stands with 1x1 post that cardboard gets stapled to. Not sure how that leaves a mess for anyone??


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    Quote Originally Posted by JW5219 View Post
    Same idea but I use an old baseball cap. It works with a RDS as well...................
    So how do you drape the baseball cap so you're not covering the lenses?

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    I tend to scavenge these ad signs people suck in the ground at nearby intersections (typically the antigun politicians post elections) and slap my target on them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TomMcC View Post
    So how do you drape the baseball cap so you're not covering the lenses?
    Probably snapping the adjustable back around the mount so the optic sits above it.

    For myself, I use a actual brass catcher. Good at the bench. But even better for drills alone downrange when you donít want to pick up random brass all over the field.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TomMcC View Post
    So how do you drape the baseball cap so you're not covering the lenses?
    It needs to be an adjustable hat. I slide the front lens of the scope through the opening and let it just hang there.

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