Birchwood Casey’s Bushwacker Rimfire Target

Birchwood Casey’s Bushwacker Rimfire Target

I inherited a .22 WMR rifle several years ago upon the death of my father-in-law, and until a few weeks ago, I didn’t really shoot it very much because I’m not all that keen on punching holes in paper just for fun.

That was before I discovered Birchwood Casey’s Bushwacker Rimfire Target. In 30 minutes, my son and I sent 50 rounds downrange and had a blast; I could hardly get the gun out of his hands, mainly because he kept trying to top my personal best of six straight hits at 50 yards with iron sights.

The heavy, steel target features two ¼-inch thick, 4-inch wide steel target paddles equipped with 3-inch Target Spots (stick-ons that are easily replaceable after each use). The paddles are rigged so they alternate between upright and down, so one target pops up when the other is hit. After setting the Bushwacker up and securing it, we never had to waste time resetting it, even after dozens of shots.

The Bushwacker requires nothing for setup; it’s ready to shoot right out of the box.

MSRP is $79.99.

More Info:

About Dan Kibler 887 Articles
Dan Kibler is the former managing editor of Carolina Sportsman Magazine. If every fish were a redfish and every big-game animal a wild turkey, he wouldn’t ever complain. His writing and photography skills have earned him numerous awards throughout his career.

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply