Print Your Own Targets .......

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  1. JohnHenry

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    :thumbsup:Best thing since sliced bread. I made three different targets that I keep on hand for printing in case this site goes away.
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    You can save them as a .PDF to your computer also.
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    chrislind2 New Member

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    I was next to a lady once at the shooting range and all she had was large white paper that had circles hand drawn on them. Here I was with my expensive targets. The best I do is cover holes with some old printer labels I found in the trash. Thought I was saving money. Now I sometimes just draw my own targets with large paper they often throw out at work.
    Might as well shoot dollar bills if I'm paying for expensive targets!
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    I use 8.5" x 11" printer paper with 3" down to 1/2" dots. Inexpensive targets as I shoot small. I have shooters in the next lane shooting at B-27 targets. Those things are HUGE !!
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    I scanned the SBGO cards. I use them for all ranges printed in the center of a sheet of printer paper.
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    i print targets at home on 8 x 11 sheets of paper i get from the junk mail i receive. cheap n good.
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    I like the 8x11 paper with 20 1in targets. 2 boxes of 22lr ammo, 1 sheet of paper. I like to shoot cheap.
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    I saw a guy giving shooting lessons at the range and he used those cheap white paper plates with a black circle drawn in the center with a sharpie marker. The heavier plate gave the target some stability.
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    Some great ideas here. Thanks.
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    i really like the bin laden targets an saddam how i would luv to shoot at them :lmao2::AR15firing:
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    Yeah, just don't push 'em out so far ya can't see them.
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    Two an a half year old thread!
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