This is a guest submission from Sean McDaniel of the Rochester (NY) area Field Target Club, host of the 2015 Crosman All-American Field Target Championship.

I came across this post on the Canadian Airgun Forum and wanted to share:

Parts needed: a 1/4" fender washer and an empty Crosman CO2 Powerlet.

Parts needed: a 1/4″ fender washer and an empty Crosman CO2 Powerlet.

Center the end of the Powerlet into the fender washer and insert into a vise.

Center the end of the Powerlet into the fender washer, insert into a vise and squeeze……

Shoot and enjoy your new knockdown targets!

Shoot and enjoy your new knockdown targets!

 

This is a great idea for handy, easy-to-make targets. To be safe, remember:

  • Make sure the Powerlets are empty!
  • Use lead pellets only (no BBs!)
  • Shoot at a minimum distance of 15 yards