Step one: Team up with a hunting buddy and take turns shooting and rolling the targets along the ground. They are strong enough to resist breaking, and those not hit with a bullet can usually be retrieved and thrown until a slug does find its mark. The target is only half an inch thick, making it extremely difficult to hit when traveling straight away, but if the thrower (who stands slightly in back of the shooter) moves to the side and rolls the target across and in front of the shooter, more of its surface is exposed. As the thrower moves farther to the side for subsequent throws, the angle changes and even more of the target is exposed to the shooter. The shooter should not begin firing until the target is directly out front or moving away from him.