Useful Photography, a magazine produced in Amsterdam, Holland, ran an article with photos of shooting targets sold in the United States in the past thirty years. The traditional bullseye wasn't among their collection. More personalized models were used, women and children included (although in a few shots, they seemed to be used as props in hostage scenarios).
A few manufacturers have had certain targets banned, such as the photo of the pregnant woman holding a gun pictured above, as well as female mannequin labeled “ex-girlfriend” that bleeds profusely when shot. Read more at Fast Company. Via Beautiful Decay.
Images Via: Useful Photography