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BIG thanks to Dan for getting these printed and passed out! I heard a lot of you guys forgot targets, and if it provided a level of entertainment for you guys, I'm glad to have spent my time on it!

Tell me everything you thought about it, good and bad alike.

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Mon Dec 31, 2012 7:53 pm
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Talons wrote:
BIG thanks to Dan for getting these printed and passed out! I heard a lot of you guys forgot targets, and if it provided a level of entertainment for you guys, I'm glad to have spent my time on it!

Tell me everything you thought about it, good and bad alike.

Thanks Wagu Platoon!

They were awesome!! Think almost everyone practiced shots in the fatal T on those!

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I know Steve #2's wife was making them swiss cheese and she had a smile on her face the entire time!


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Fun targets. The snow made them tough. Still gave us something cool to shoot at.

Two minor criticisms. Kinda bigger than a real head, maybe a darker outline. The second one was more due to the snow. All in all, I think those targets were fun to shoot at. Practiced drawing a smiley face on him with my 10/22. I need to work on it. LOL

Great work! :thumbsup2:

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They were awesome!! Think almost everyone practiced shots in the fatal T on those!

As intended! it's one thing to shoot at a silhouette, and another to shoot at something to give you REAL feedback!

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I know Steve #2's wife was making them swiss cheese and she had a smile on her face the entire time!

perfect :D glad it was used proper!

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Fun targets. The snow made them tough. Still gave us something cool to shoot at.

Two minor criticisms. Kinda bigger than a real head, maybe a darker outline. The second one was more due to the snow. All in all, I think those targets were fun to shoot at. Practiced drawing a smiley face on him with my 10/22. I need to work on it. LOL

Great work! :thumbsup2:

Glad you enjoyed them. V2 will bring more feedback like arteries, more bones, vitals, nerves. I can work on the size of this no problem. it should come out true to scale in v2.

if you guys have pix, share 'em! :wagwoot:

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Talons, thanks for the targets. They were cool.


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I really liked the skull head targets. You should post the graphic file so we download it and be able print our own to take the range.


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Massivedesign wrote:
I know Steve #2's wife was making them swiss cheese and she had a smile on her face the entire time!


QFT.....she loved the targets. Thanks a bunch for making those. They were perfect. thumbsup

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There were a few leftover and I left them at the range since they give out free targets to all shooters. So I am sure they will be used by other random people.

In hindsight, we should have thrown a WaGuns logo on it for the shoot lol.


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There were a few leftover and I left them at the range since they give out free targets to all shooters. So I am sure they will be used by other random people.

In hindsight, we should have thrown a WaGuns logo on it for the shoot lol.

ah, i woulda put a wagu logo on em if i had known. why don't the admins have wagu stamps to officialize things? icon_eek

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I found this poor bastard out at the 100-yard line. He looks like he was sweating a little . . . or maybe it was melting snow.

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I found this poor bastard out at the 100-yard line. He looks like he was sweating a little . . . or maybe it was melting snow.

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oh...he ain't walking away from that one!
now i can also see why they were a bit difficult to make out. an outline will definitely help with that, but i'll have to fuck around with contrast too.

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