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Are you bored of shooting down at your local range? Does the idea of punching holes in yet another run-of-the-mill NRA target trigger a Carteresque malaise? Does the thought of plugging even one more zombie Nazi or Osama bin Laden in the cranium thrill you less than standing in line at the bank? Law Enforcement Targets has the answer! Their new target system is just the thing to perk you up and put a little splat in your step . .

Pink Mist Tech Reactive Blood Packs let you—yes YOU!—imagine that your target has bodily fluids, just like the bad guy. Imagine your best buds’ delight as you create CSI-worthy splatter. Yes . . .

The Pink Mist Tech “Blood Pack” is a revolutionary new product that instantly turns ANY paper target into a reactive BLEEDING target. Easily identify a good hit with realistic splattering of blood. Perfect for Law Enforcement, Military, as well as enthusiasts who are partial to Zombie and Animal targets. Also works great under a light colored T-Shirt for even more realism.

Depending on shot placement, you will get 1 – 5 splattering shots per packet. Pink Mist packs are non-toxic, and clean up is a snap!

Snap schmap. You may want to check with your range proprietor before slapping one of these babies to your target next time you’re there. Just a thought.

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  1. For all of those people out there that know how to shoot and can keep their bullets in nice small groups I will share this little tidbit with you:

    Instead of blowing your hard earned money on these just remember the next time you go to a drive-in to eat, ask for a handful of ketchup packs with your meal. The next time you order a pizza, keep the box it came in for your target.

    Then the next time you go to your range just use a little bit of scotch tape to hold the packets onto your pizza box cover and viola! you have bleeding targets that will feed the small critters and will not cost you one red (haha) cent!

    You might just run into some trouble on an indoor range and I would ask before doing it indoors, unless you own the range! I go to an outdoor range and I can tell you that at 50 yards those ketchup packs look awfully small for pistol targets!

  2. I have no problem shooting someone if my life or someone else’s life is in danger. That being said I have no desire to see my targets bleed.

  3. First off, as a Range Master, I would NOT find it humorous if anyone used this at my indoor range. And neither would my boss, who would have to pay my over time at the end of the night to clean all that crap up.

    Second, if I were a slimeball lawyer, representing some one in a civil or criminal case, I would LOVE to bring proof that the defendant used this product. Although I personally don’t think there’s anything wrong with shooting at targets that bleed, I bet you a jury of your “peers” and a judge might find it a little bit odd that you went out of your way and spent good hard earned money to make a target do that.

    “And as if shooting at realistic human shaped targets wasn’t violent enough, the defendant went out of his way to make it look as though his target was bleeding…Does that sound like a reasonable man, not predisposed towards violence?”

    • There’s all kinds of so-called “evidence” that never gets into a trial. Shooting at a pink mist target is one of those.

  4. Interesting that they’re called Pink Mist and not Red Mist dye packs. Red mist is slang for the brainlock that happens to some IPSC, IDPA or other competitive shooters from time to time.

    • That’s a fun euphemism. At my club we say “the targets had headlights,” in reference to the “deer-in-the-headlights” freeze reaction some people occasionally have when facing a stage for the first time.

  5. One of the ranges I shoot at does not allow targets depicting any human form. Not politically correct in their eyes. So I’m 100% sure that bleeding targets would get my membership cancelled. Having said that, I have never wanted to see bleeding targets, but I suppose I can applaud the inventiveness of the guy that is marketing these. I hope he makes money, just won’t be my money.

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