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    looking for some recommendations for a good quality, good stopping target for my basement. its only 20 yards max but i like to shoot down there to work on my form. i would most likely take it ooutdoors from time to time. dont want to break the bank but will consider all options that wont wear out so fast

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    Maybe check out the big green targets, blob, bulldog, or spyderweb.

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    I use a Moral bag target...the big one. I shoot just about every day and can easily get a year out of one, two if I replace the cover.

    Once I had 3 or 4 of these worn out moral targets I made a 4'x4' frame about a foot and a half thick, put a canvas cover on each side and filled with my old target stuffing. I use this target for blank bailing and when the kids want to shoot. Been using this target for a couple of years and never had a pass through, although I did add a piece of carpet on the back side.

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    x 2 for morrel.
    They also make a indoor cube. It is heavy, not very portable, but great for the basement and cost around 100$

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    Thanks for the info. Much appreciated

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    yep morrel yellow jackets or any other they offer... also have a 40 x40 home made target as mentiond
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    ive had good luck with the block, but alot of times i just buy a bunch of delta bags for 20$ a piece they hold up ok.
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    Morrell is a good target, but they do break down especially if shot repeatedly in one area if not rotated. I would recomend the original Block or the new Black block. you may pay a lil more, but the target will last 3 to 4 times longer. Without re-bagging the target and have'nt had a pass through
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    Delta also make a good solid bag target, the Dead Stop Burly, in 3 sizes. Good price, and I've been shooting them for 3 years on my range.
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