I snagged a SFRT, which showed up a couple days ago. It's a pretty substantial little guy, 8.5"x5.5", and is a good little challenge at 100 yards. I never seem to remember that black is not the best color with how wooded the berm is at the range I tend to shoot at...
Once they got done mowing, I set up at the 100 yard line and got to work. It seemed like a good day to get back to basics, and I have been itching to try out the RRA two-stage trigger I dropped in my A2. On a side note, this is still probably my favorite setup for good relaxed shooting.
As I mentioned, at 100 yards, the small target is a bit of a challenge, but aim small, miss small. The little thing doesn't as much 'ring' like you'd expect from a steel target, but when you do hit it, you get a good solid 'smack.' 55gr FMJ pretty much disintegrates, with minimal dimpling, so long as you're not too close to the edge.
|(I may have gotten the wrong fence post...)|
You will knock out some chunks if you're on the edge though.
Like I said earlier, the .223 rounds just about completely splatter, but 9mm leaves little lead flowers.
Next time I just need to remember some cheap spray paint in an easier to see color, but other than that, these are well worth the price, and it's a great time to pick some up.