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Case of 10 Wooden Bowling Pins

 
Multiple Manufacturers
10 Pins
TARGET-450
TARGET-450
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This is a case of maple bowling pins with various colors and manufacturers. These are great for target practice! Each pin is made of maple wood, weighs 3.5 pounds, 15" tall, and 4.75" diameter. 
Total number of Reviews: 5

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3.0 5
"Buyers should know that these pins have been very used/abused. The price is good and they will work for targets but their condition is not what I expected. One pin has the plastic coating knocked off the top, another the plastic/base is nearly broken off of the bottom."
– Dmurdach
4.0 5
"Good durable target was surprised how well they stood up. Over 25 hits with 45 and 556 and targets are still usable with minor damage. Some plastic missing when shipped but no big thing after all they are used."
– chris
4.0 5
"I would have never thought to use old / used bowling pins as targets. However, after visiting CtD and seeing that I could purchase a set of qty 10, I thought,\"Why not\"? The price was very good for what I got. The box arrived in great shape and the pins are in various states of wear (abrasions, small holes in the coating, cracks in their bases, etc), but they all stand up by themselves and are intact. They were dirty, so I used some spray cleaner on them and they cleaned up well. I will definitely make good use of these guys."
– MTMDEPA
2.0 5
"These pins are very used, broken and some will not even stay standing on their own due to extensive damage to the base. Yes they are cheap and fun to shoot but not advertised well."
– Dwsimm
5.0 5
"Have been in shooting leagues where we had to shoot bowling pins in a certain amount of time for score. Found these on CTD and have not looked back. You may get a chipped or dinged pin, but you are just going to shoot it anyway, so what the heck!I like to loop rope around the neck and hang off of low branches. Separate the pins and when you hit one, the other reacts. Try to hit the moving pins. My wife has gotten very good at that and it has improved her confidence.Great for shooting!"
– Frank