Pink Mist Shooting Target Blood Packs

This is sure to piss off the fudds at the range:

The old guys at my range absolutely shit a brick when I use my human silhouette targets, one of them even told me it was illegal (no lie LOL).  Can you imagine shooting  life like zombie with woman hostage targets that spray blood when you hit them around guys like that?  Their world would implode.

I really have to desire to see my targets bleed, but if I did I would definitely come up with a more cost effective way to do it.

$3 a pack gives you 1-5 shots depending on shot placement.  Likely if you hit it at the bottom of the pack it will all drain out.

I get dirty enough at the range just shooting prone, handling brass, sweating etc… I wouldn’t want to add fake blood into the mix.  That might make the remainder of my evening interesting if I ever got pulled over on the way home for a burnt out tail light or something. :P

Thoughts?

Hat tip: Justin W.

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Vhyrus February 1, 2012 at 12:51 am

That was the boobs movie I have boobs in a boobs time. The boobs looked so realistic and the boobs was awesome too. They probably could have boobs more about the boobs of the boobs but overall very boobs. Two boobs up!

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Dom February 1, 2012 at 07:50 pm

LOL

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Steve February 1, 2012 at 05:13 am

So, was there a product being sold here?

I’m thinking corn syrup, red food coloring and some small bags could do the same thing.

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Jwhite February 1, 2012 at 01:17 pm

Yeah. What you can also do is use those Fedex or UPS packing slip sleeves they give you for free. You know the ones that have the sticky back and fold over, exactly like the one in the video only a little bigger. They have them at every FedEx or UPS counter. A galon of corn syrup, a box of zip locs, and those free sticker pouches and you saved your self a ton of money and probably get the same effect.

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Steve February 1, 2012 at 05:34 pm

I was thinking those vacuum sealer type things might work. I think they seal the bags with heat. That of course incurs the expense of buying the machine.

Now, using these at an indoor range would certainly be fun. :)

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Andrew February 1, 2012 at 06:39 am

Sultry voice over, blonde who looks downright bored, gimmick product. It checks all the boxes for a crap product.

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Frank February 1, 2012 at 07:02 am

Human silhouette targets are the only way to go…

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Richard February 1, 2012 at 07:22 am

‘Pink mist”, “slide it in”, “FIRM adhesion”!!!!!!!!
Yes maam, I will take a case.

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Bear February 1, 2012 at 07:26 am

Mall Ninjas rejoice! They can now add fake blood to the after-shooting grime, and can now take myspace pictures with them covered in “blood” to put up on their facebook accounts (Not a typo, the myspace picture is reffering to a method of high-school grade photography).

I have one question…does the blood also come in tactical black?

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Jon February 1, 2012 at 07:41 am

There are a few states where human targets are considered ‘simulated murder’. I think it may only be west(left) coast from the 9th circuit.

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v February 1, 2012 at 08:00 am

i tape ketchup packs to the back of the target = a very ‘wild bunch’ style splatter display…
esp with CCI pistol shotshells

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Kevin R.C. O'Brien February 1, 2012 at 08:32 am

The People’s Republic of Massachusetts, by statute, bans targets that resemble human beings, including the military E silhouette, the FBI target, and the Olympic rapid fire target, except for law enforcement and the military.

Which is ironic when you consider that the President of the State Senate was the brother and confidant of serial killer and mob boss Whitey Bulger, and took the fifth on then-fugitive Whitey’s whereabouts; and the last three Speakers of the State House are convicted felons.

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Spiderling February 1, 2012 at 09:35 am

I’m no fudd, but this kind of tasteless crap really makes makes me cringe sometimes. It does nothing but give the anti-gun people another reason to think that all us gun people are bloodthirsty and just itching to shoot someone. I mean the Hornady Zombie ammo campaign, the bleeding zombie targets and the like are so classless. Fun? Yeah, probably. But none of this is good for PR. I can’t speak for other gun owners, but I never, ever, EVER want to have to shoot another human being. It seems like a really horrible mess on so many levels. To me these kind of products and their general acceptance are a troubling sign of the times. Plus, I doubt anyone on trial for a shooting death would want a DA finding out they were into shooting “pink mist” targets on the weekends.

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Jwhite February 1, 2012 at 01:19 pm

I think they tried to lighten the mood by using a zombie target. I too had a similar thought.

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Critter February 1, 2012 at 10:20 am

Slightly OT, but what is a “Fudd”? Sounds like a derivative of Elmer Fudd. Means a hunter? A goofy old fart? Being a hunter and a goofy old fart I’d like to know, thanks.

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Spiderling February 1, 2012 at 10:32 am

“Fuddy-Duddy?”

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Farmer Bob February 1, 2012 at 12:51 pm

Usually refers to the “Wine club and duck hunting type”. Guns are for hunting, thinks “tacticool” stuff is evil, etc.

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Jwhite February 1, 2012 at 01:23 pm

FUD is also an acronym for Fear Uncertainty and Doubt.

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UpTheIrons February 1, 2012 at 03:08 pm

“Fudd” is a derisive term for someone like Jim Zumbo when he made his ridiculous comment about ARs a few years ago. People who think bolt-action rifles with 3 rounds (in walnut and blued steel, naturally) and pump action or O/U shotguns are all you would ever need to hunt with.

“Why would you ever NEED a semi-auto to hunt?”
“It isn’t sporting to use a military rifle.”
“That’s not a REAL hunting rifle/shotgun/etc.”

As usual, it is shorthand and not always accurate, but I know a few folks like that

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Dontshootmebro February 1, 2012 at 12:18 pm

Spiderling is right on. So tired of this zombie-fantasy-role-playing crap. Its gone full retard.

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Vhyrus February 1, 2012 at 01:10 pm

I think people need to chill out on the anti-zombie rhetoric. It’s no different from people playing video games, except it’s real guns on fake zombies. I find it ironic that all these social conservatives jump on stuff like violent movies, rap music, and violent video games as corrupting and destroying our children, but don’t bat an eye when people shoot real guns at humanoid targets.

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Matt G. February 1, 2012 at 06:34 pm

Seriously. I see about five times as many blog posts bitching about zombies than I do about zombies or zombie related products.

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Dontshootmebro February 1, 2012 at 03:13 pm

You’re right. It isnt any different from GROWN MEN playing video games.

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Vhyrus February 1, 2012 at 05:27 pm

If I didn’t know any better, I’d say you were implying that there is something wrong with grown men playing video games…..

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Richard February 1, 2012 at 05:38 pm

I hate video games, love playing with my guns and shooting reactive exploding, ringing, spinning, popping, cloud producing, rolling, bleeding, electronic, appliance, fruit and vegetable, dirt flying, water splashing, balloon busting targets!!!!

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Matt G. February 1, 2012 at 06:32 pm

Are ketchup packets and tape too complicated for regular folks?

Paintballs and hot glue? Anyone?

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45er February 1, 2012 at 07:39 pm

I will tell you, we do a huge zombie shoot on live range with about a 100 yard walk while engaging multiple targets. The major problem we always deal with while shooting on the move is the lack of reactive targets. You just can’t tell exactly where you hit on the paper and by the time you come back taping and scoring it’s too late. Yes, there are other ways to do it and this gives me an idea of how to make it happen. Still, these will sell on gimmick alone.

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Chris March 7, 2012 at 04:39 pm

why I like pink Misthttp://youtu.be/R98KOpIspm4

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