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Essential Elements of a Great Gender Reveal Party

Over 4 million babies are born in the United States annually. For most first-time parents, finding a way to make memories during a pregnancy is important. One of the most exciting parts of having a child for the first-time is finding out the baby’s gender. Finding a unique and fun way to share this news with friends and family members is important. One of the latest trends in the world of parenting is a gender reveal party. During these parties, the attendees are given a surprise when the gender of a new baby is revealed in an exciting way. If you are attempting to plan a gender reveal party, be sure to consider these helpful tips. Choosing the Right Reveal...

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What You See When You Shoot Ironclad Exploding Targets

It's easy to talk about the great things that our customers do with our products, but the best way to really get this across is to show you. That's why we put videos on our website of these things going off, so you can see exactly what this looks like in the field, and what you can expect when you open the box. Check them out here! A Cloud of Smoke It's really cool how exploding targets create a smoke cloud that rolls across a field or open space and spirals up into the air. It's part of the visual attraction of these types of explosives and why people use them for public events and parties and other forms of...

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Guide to Shooting

Gun shooting looks easy and can be fun while using our targets, if used correctly. Bad habits are easy to develop, dangerous, and sometimes fatal. Please read all the rules and to safely get on your boom.  Gun Safety Assume the gun is loaded. This includes loading, unloading, and cleaning. Only point guns at targets you intend to shoot. If you’re not sure you’re ready to shoot, keep your finger off the trigger. Use the correct ammunition. Make sure all equipment is compatible. Never shoot while impaired or under the influence. Personal Safety Cover your eyes and ears. Eliminate possible lighting glare and protect yourself from dirt, wind, and other potentially harmful particles by wearing shooting glasses. Gunshots are loud...

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