TARGETS FROM YOUR PRINTER

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  1. GRMPS

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    TARGETS FROM YOUR PRINTER


    FREE DOWNLOAD SITES

    Free downloadable targets for 6mm BR Norma and 6BR benchrest and Long Distance shooting. Targets for 100 to 1000 yards and varmint hunting.

    Targets for Download and Printing within AccurateShooter.com

    Printable Pistol Target 01|Printable Rifle Target 01|Printable Airrifle Target 01|Printable Airgun Target 01|Printable Air Rifle Target 01|Printable Air Pistol Target 01|Pistol Target 01|Rifle Target 01 (5 pages, click pages on bottom portion of screen)

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  2. sigmadog

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    Gotta be something on that list for everyone.
     
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  3. MrRob96

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    Considering the price of printer ink, it may be more economical to just shoot green photos of George Washington. :eek::D
     
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  4. Goosebrown

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    Best off buying targets at sportsmans. Printing your own targets seems like a good idea but it isn't. You put wear and tear on your printer, but more importantly printer paper makes crappy targets. When you shoot the edges of the paper around the hole curl back up it is hard to see your holes.

    Getting the regular target paper when you shoot a hole in it, it leaves the hole and that makes it 10 times easier to see from your bench
     
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  5. nammac

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    Some great targets there...

    But if I’m not shooting steel
    Or other reactive targets, I prefer Shoot-n-See. Easier on my aging eyes...
     
  6. Joe13

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    These
     
  7. The Nothing

    The Nothing
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    I used to shoot Lucky Gunner and some NWFA printed targets all the time
    then a ran out of ink
    and you can buy a new printer for the price of more ink.

    Now I cut out my own IDPA-style targets out of scrap cardboard. Gives me something to do while I'm sitting around the fire, smoking a cigar and drinking whiskey.
     
  8. ma96782

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    What I do is to.....

    Print one target. Then, I'll take it to my local Office Place and xerox as many copies as I want. Yes, the holes aren't pretty when the bullets go through them. But, I'm not shooting a regulation match....it's only practice and IMHO, good enough for that purpose. I usually have a bunch of 100 yds reduced sized Hi-Power Rifle targets with me when I go to the range. They're useful for both rifle and pistol practice (nice and big black bull's eye).

    Hint: Also, print up a bunch of those "fun" .22LR targets for the kids.

    BTW.....I once had a print shop print up a bunch of targets on better paper for a not so serious club match. I probably broke some copywrite law. But don't tell anyone.:eek:

    Aloha, Mark
     
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  9. Caveman Jim

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    Shoot n See is the only target (except for Tannerite) for these aging eyes... Cataract surgery helped A LOT but other problems such a floaters are sniping my eagle views.:(
     
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  10. Camelfilter

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    I put printed targets on cardboard using that 3m spray. Makes for easy to see from the bench. Also makes it easier to put more targets onto a cardboard, so easier to set multiple targets.

    It's a toss up between doing above and using the shoot-n-see type stuck to cardboard. Bought in bulk off of amazon they are priced pretty decent.
     
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  11. GRMPS

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    I use a laser printer with refillable drums and cardstock. Lately, I've been making shoot-n-see targets with materials from dollar tree
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  12. 2ndtimer

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    I print mine on index card stock on a black laser printer. I have to feed the sheets one at a time, so it is slower than printing on autofeed regular paper, but the targets are much tougher and hold up better. Generic toner isn't that expensive, and I think I got the printer for like $60, a few years back.
     
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  13. DLS

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    +1 2ndtimer;

    I use 100 pound beige or tan colored paper, it feeds through my super cheap, garage sale laser printer. It costs about a nickel per target, and does not smear when wet. 100 pound is ridged enough to give good holes that don't tear like standard weight paper.

    It sure beats buying highpower repair centers and allows a great range of targets ... but I typically only shoot a couple.

    I have also made my own shoot-n-see type targets, they work pretty well too.
     

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