So this is how Ghost Targets work:

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note: the manufacturer recommends hanging the target freely rather than against paper targets as shown in the video.


Mike Mooty created Ghost Targets in an effort to make shooting at the range fun for kids.  And as it happens, grown ups dig them, too.















Ghost Targets come in three different sizes and yes, they look like marshmallows. Unless you have a palate for salted chalk, I don’t recommend tasting them.

In the Ghost Targets package you will find rubber bands and paper clips by which to secure the targets.

The manufacturer recommends that you hang Ghost Targets freely so that you get the full “explosion” effect. We improvised a bit.

The Results: A non-toxic, non-incendiary *POUF* that makes makes target practice fun again. Go getcha some!

Have you played with Ghost Targets? Tell us what you think in the comments section below.