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Boomhower found a page at the GlockFAQ that has a collection of targets that you can download and print off on your computer. These are all Adobe PDF files so you will need the free Adobe Acrobat Reader program to view and print them.

TARGETS: http://glockfaq.com/targets.htm

In the past, I have used some of these and just glued them to larger pieces of cardboard to give them some rigidity. This makes it easier to run them down indoor range target trollies and makes them more resistant to flapping around in the wind outdoors.

Thanks for the link, Boomhower! :up:

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Thanks for posting it Tungsten. We got to chatting last night and I forgot about it.

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I usually print off mytargets.com but targetz.com has a much better selection

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I've posted this a few times for members who are having difficulty hitting the target where they want to. Those targets are about 1/2 down the page, and look like a pie chart. There are several other printable targets as well.

Enjoy.

BTW, Good thread Tungy!

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

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Thanks for posting the links for the cool printable targets!!!!!

Now , more money for ammo!!!:P

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Here's a target I created a couple of months ago to help me get a scope sighted in. It's worked out pretty well. I used the smaller diamonds for 25 yard work, then the larger is good for moving on out to 100. If you're careful and place your target level the scope cross hairs mate up with the target and help make consistent shots.

http://renttoownanswers.com/11x17_target.pdf

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Too bad there isn't a Obama target.....:)

A post like that could find you on the Secret Service Watch list! Be careful.

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A post like that could find you on the Secret Service Watch list! Be careful.

Yeah for sure, offer the nice men in suits a cup of coffee when they come knocking on your door lol

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Thank you for the target advice!

There is a green skinned, jug-eared Zombie target out there . . .

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I printed this one. http://www.targetz.com/targetzlib/10141.pdf

I carried the copy to work and printed off 100 from the copy machine on 8 1/2 X 11" white paper. I color the center with a red sharpie using a 3/4" washer as a guide. 

I carried a friend to the range and we shared a booth. Only one target paper per lane.  Back to the copy machine to put 2 of these targets on a 11 X 14" sheet and printed 100.

My grandson is in high school ROTC and they shoot air rifles at this target. http://www.mytargets.com/target22 circles x20.pdf

So that they will be no difference of the target I printed and copied 100 for him to use at home.

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