Here is a great explanation of the different types of targets that we shoot.
The most commonly used target of all, must weigh 105 g and be of 110 mm overall diameter and 25–26 mm in height for International competitions and for American competitions they must weigh approximately 100 g (3.5 oz) and be of 108 mm (4.3 in) overall diameter and 28.0–29.0 mm (1.10–1.14 in) in height.
Same saucer shape as the standard but with a diameter of only 90 mm; these targets are faster than the standard types.
This target is sometimes likened to a flying bumblebee at only 60 mm in diameter and 20 mm in height.
A very thin target measuring about 108–110 mm in diameter, it flies very fast and falls off very suddenly simulating a duck landing. They are generally more expensive than other targets.
A thicker, but standard 108–110 mm diameter flat target in the shape of a wheel designed to run along the ground.
Shoot ‘em up!