Randy is correct - 63 boxes on a pallet and each box has 9 stacks of 15 per stack and most of the time a truck will haul 23 pallet - sometime less...
8505 targets per pallet and 195,615 targets per load.
Randy and I know that for numerous reasons -- one is when we divide cost of that truck load to include freight by the number of targets you get a cost per target …… that is one reason why you keep your eye on your trap-help when they drop a box or when the machine loaders crack a few --- or when a shooter gets on his post and wants to look at a couple before he shoots.
We just had the MS State Trap Shoot and over 4 days threw in the 90,000 range.
We know what each one of those cracked targets or targets shooters just look at cost us...…… and they are not free.
I knew an older trap shooter who had a great collection of old targets - amazing the transition of material over the century. Shooting flight targets started in earnest in the second half of the 1800s. Some of the first thrown targets were actually glass balls...…… quite an evolution in targets and machines from then until now.