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Flat Shooting Goals – An Interview With Keeper Goals Owner John Moynihan

FFIT Shooting Goal

FFIT Shooting Goal

 

efsg-shooting-goal

EFSG Shooting Goal

Comparison of Two Types of Popular Flat Shooting Goals

What setting would you use a FFIT shooting goal in?

-Any place where a goal needs to be taken down and moved quickly

-Easily transported (Fits in car or trunk)

What setting would you use the EFSG shooting goal in?

-Ability to move in different places

-Heavier and more durable then the FFIT but still relatively easy to transport

What are some features of the FFIT?

-Breaks down into pieces and fits into a bag for transport

-Fit together so no tools are needed to set up

-Sledgehammer is needed to pound in steaks if ground is hard

-Very durable

-Easily transportable

-3-5 minutes to set up

-Option to have a weight and base for indoor or turf use

What are some features of the EFSG shooting goal?

-2-inch aluminum pieces

-More durable and heavy duty

-Few pieces to put together with push buttons

-Easy to assemble but stronger than other flat-sided goals on the market

-Sledgehammer needed to pound in stakes

-Option to have a weight and base for indoor or turf use

Transcription of Audio Question with John Moynihan

Cody – My name is Cody Johnson and I am here with John Moynihan the owner of Keeper Goals and this will be the first question in a series of Q&As.  John, you offer several types of flat shooting goals, tell us about two of your most popular the FFIT Shooting Goal and the EFSG Shooting Goal.  What setting would you use with that?

John – Well, these goals are used for people who want a frame to shoot at, but do not necessary need a goal with a back depth. The FFIT is mainly used for people that want the goal to be broken down and taken from place to place.  It can be transported in the car or in the trunk.  It breaks down into a 4 foot section.  The FSG is mainly used for people who want a frame at one site and can be moved around on that site easily. It is not something that is going to be taken to different sites each day.

Cody – Okay, and then if you could just talk about a couple of some of the best features of each of the goals.

John – One FFIT five phase shooting goal feature is that it can be broken down breaks into pieces that fit into a 4 foot bag. They all fit together without any tools needed to assemble the goal itself.  The only tool that might be needed is a sledge hammer if the ground is hard to get the stake into the base.  It is durable.  It is transportable and it is easy to set up, takes about 3 to 5 minutes to set up once someone knows what they are doing.

John – The EFSG is all 2-inch2 aluminum, very heavy duty.  It has a few pieces that you put together with push buttons so it is easy to assemble and it is strong, stronger than most of the other flat-sided goals that you will see in the market.  The only tool you need is a sledge hammer in order to pound in the ground if you are staking it into the ground. Both have an option to have a weight and base for indoor use or for turf.  We also have the flat base that you can add  sandbags to weight it down if you do not want to stake it in the ground.

Cody – Okay thank you very much John.  Again, this has been the first question in our series of Q&As with John.