Zero target failure
The best way to eliminate as far as deemed possible is to check every target prior to the competition being shot. If all targets fall when checked and even double checked then they are as close to 100% effective from the start of the shoot. It could be mentioned at the briefing that the targets have been rigorously checked and double checked, so failures will be at an absolute minimum. At the end of the day, targets do sometimes fail during a comp.....but not 1 every time you shoot. It's the chief marshals decision to call it defective or not, IMO, if the target falls from the upright position when tested by striking the paddle, it's a good un.
The Pope HW97 V-Mach. Gary Cane Laminate stock. Leupold Competition 40 mag Mildot.
The Smiler. Walther LGU. WE Laminate stock. Leupold Competition.
The Dark Destroyer. TX200 MK3. Leupold Competition 40 mag.
Pro-Sport. Warren Edwards Blue Laminate stock. Bushy 8-32x40.