Do you ever find yourself looking for exciting ways to practice shooting? If you’re anything like me, you get bored shooting at the same old bag target. Also, if you have limited space to shoot, a 10-yard shot at the same angle becomes mundane fairly quickly. But don’t fret, you can spice up your practice session with these little gems.

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Plastic practice golf balls (miniature wiffle balls) make wonderful roving targets for tight spaces, and a bag of nine can be bought at the big box stores for under $2. I toss a handful into my yard and shoot them with rubber blunt tipped arrows with flu flu fletching. The little holes in the balls make great focal points, and the balls are about the size of a squirrel’s head. If you hit them right, you can make them hook or slice!