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We are making a list of places that offer FREE printable targets. If you have one to add please do so in this thread and I will add it to the master list.

http://www.mytargets.com/

http://www.reloadbench.com/pdf.html

http://www.targetz.com/

http://nssf.org/hunting/news/turkey-target.cfm

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http://nssf.org/hunting/news/turkey-target.cfm

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Just a point of view: I would recommend you do not print out the target so dark.

In doing so you can obscure the "hit" on the target. With the flexibility of printing on your own you can also control the contrast mode. Lightening up the contrast will still preserve the target outline but then the real important part is that you can see where you are shooting.

I used to go to a lot of ranges and see tons of folks shoot at nice totally dark bullseye targets. When it's all said and done they bring it in so they can see where they have been shooting... amazing to find that they are all over the place.

If you can't see where you are shooting and hitting... it's only human to change it up and see if something "new" will work. The only fallacy to this is that you never truly become consistent.

Even at close (15 feet) shooting a target with a .22 with a dark backdrop (backstop) your hit can be totally washed out in the 10 ring center. Even with larger calibers depending on distance and backstop it can cause the same effect.

So print them out but keep in mind a shade lighter or grey might be more helpful to your marksmanship.

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Here's a pretty good printable target :))


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Natteulven wrote:
Here's a pretty good printable target :))



Based on your "Signature" you can also appreciate this as a good target:

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Her picture has also been made into a sticker that can be placed in the "impact zone" of a urinal. Very popular among those who served during the '65-'73 years.

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deadshot2 wrote:
Natteulven wrote:
Here's a pretty good printable target :))



Based on your "Signature" you can also appreciate this as a good target:

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Her picture has also been made into a sticker that can be placed in the "impact zone" of a urinal. Very popular among those who served during the '65-'73 years.


and all that have served since then too

DIE BITCH i hope she dies a long slow painfull death

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deadshot2 wrote:
Natteulven wrote:
Here's a pretty good printable target :))



Based on your "Signature" you can also appreciate this as a good target:

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Her picture has also been made into a sticker that can be placed in the "impact zone" of a urinal. Very popular among those who served during the '65-'73 years.


Haha. I didn't serve, I just thought the signature was funny. But I do have a relative who served in those days. I'm sure he'd get a kick outta that :P

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Natteulven wrote:
deadshot2 wrote:
Natteulven wrote:
Here's a pretty good printable target :))



Based on your "Signature" you can also appreciate this as a good target:

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Her picture has also been made into a sticker that can be placed in the "impact zone" of a urinal. Very popular among those who served during the '65-'73 years.


Haha. I didn't serve, I just thought the signature was funny. But I do have a relative who served in those days. I'm sure he'd get a kick outta that :P



I had a lot of experience with "Woodstock(s)" back then. In ROTC I was issued an M-1 and qualified on it on the old Fort Lawton KD range. Then got an M-14 handed to me when I went on Active Duty. They took that back and issued me an M-16. Lucky me, it was an "XM16E1" but at least it had a forward assist.

Now the only "Woodstock" I have is a 1903 A4.

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Were the M-16's back then really as bad as everyone says they were?

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I know what I'm doing tomorrow....

http://www.printablepaper.net/category/targets

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Here are some more: http://www.targetz.com/index.htm

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printtargets.net/

The one issue I see with paper targets, is that they do not do well at making clean holes, and if you group well, it gets even worse as normal paper just tears. If possible print them on heavier paper or even cardstock to get nice crisp bullet holes.

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it's too plastic, even for me.
it's like old, overworked, plastic everywhere old pornwhore amounts of plastic.


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lamrith wrote:
printtargets.net/

The one issue I see with paper targets, is that they do not do well at making clean holes, and if you group well, it gets even worse as normal paper just tears. If possible print them on heavier paper or even cardstock to get nice crisp bullet holes.



yep, got plenty of cardstock! ready to rock!

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This might need to become a sticky. Get all of the ones found on the top post.
http://mytargets.com/
http://yotamak.blogs.com/wrongbutfunnycom/2011/05/target-practice.html
http://www.gun-shots.net/free-printable-targets.shtml
http://www.6mmbr.com/targets.html

http://jpfo.org/pdf/hitlertarget.pdf
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