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106540 No. 106540 ID: 128ea0
What kind of targets do you guys use to shoot with your various weapons at various ranges?
Feedback on serious & recreational targets are appreciated.

Personally, for 50m pistol shooting I just use the official ISSF 50 meter pistol targets. For pistol shooting at close to medium range (12.5-25m), I like a simple thick black cross on a white A4 (letter) format page. Because my pistols mostly have black target sights, the white paper with black cross contrasts a lot better than the black ISSF blob at shorter range.
The same black cross target also works well for static unmagnified rifle shooting at 50m, but at 100m without magnification it becomes tricky for me to even make out the cross.
For target shooting with scoped bolt guns, I tend to make targets with small circle targets with .25, .50, .75 & 1 MOA rings. I do 3 or 5 shot groups, and then use a website to calculate how well I did (because sometimes looks are deceiving).

Human shaped targets are illegal to use here. IPSC torso targets are the closest things we can have.

I also like the occasional "funshoot" like posted here. Just print two, and duel it out with a friend after making some clear rules depending on your shooting circumstances. (it's important to discuss what counts as a full hit or not)
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>> No. 106541 ID: 128ea0
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This would be illegal here. :)
>> No. 106542 ID: 128ea0
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I'll post some targets I've got lying around. But I'm not necessarily endorsing them.
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>> No. 106551 ID: a70f4c
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Standard bow target for print-outs.
>> No. 106552 ID: a70f4c
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An even better target for arrows.
A tight stack of newspapers in a grocery bag. Shoot at the side with a target taped to it to capture the arrows.
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>> No. 106554 ID: 128ea0
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>> No. 106555 ID: a70f4c
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Or tie together a bunch of flattened cardboard boxes and shoot into the stack, edges towards you.
>> No. 106556 ID: 128ea0
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>> No. 106557 ID: a70f4c
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>> No. 106561 ID: 128ea0
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>> No. 106579 ID: 19518e
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For all partridge iron sights I do like this target. I feel like the upside down black pyramid helps you focus the sights exactly on a point, and prevent anything from being obscured by the sights themselves so you can square everything up perfectly.
>> No. 106580 ID: 19518e
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For peep sights, the dot is obvious, but the dot size is pretty much up to the distance but also the type of peep and size of apertures.

My BRNO 4 has a rear peep and also a front peep made from glass. The glass has a hole and a small frosted ring at the periphery of that hole, so you can line up the dot target with the frosted front peep hole and the rear peep perfectly. The results are satisfactory, but in lieu of pictures of various circles or whatever here's the rifle in question.
>> No. 106581 ID: 19518e
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For scopes in a target environment, I'm quite fond of these targets.
>> No. 106655 ID: 81429b
>>106579
''The Void'' target...
>> No. 106657 ID: 19518e
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I've used this target with scoped rifles before, and the yellow line again forms a triangle point to really zero in on the smallest possible spot.

>>106655
>The Australian "Void" target...
fixed

>"Pythagoras' Revenge" target
>Magus' "Dark Matter" tech attack target

You spurred me into downloading The Void. I do like me a frightening movie here and there, hopefully it isn't just cheap jump-scares.
>> No. 106658 ID: 19518e
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Using the BRNO pictured above in this thread, the stars aligned and five rounds were squeezed into such a shoot-n-see on a dead calm 200 yard range line.

it werks gud
>> No. 106660 ID: 30d556
>>106657
I use these too.
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