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I use the target with the 12 black circles a lot on >this< page.

 

Added that one John. victory.gif

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Heres a handy couple of shooting targets in PDF format.

I use the 'Shoot N See' 'stick-on' target spots, I buy mine in America as I am over there quite a lot,

but you can get them here, excellent and fairly cheap.

Try them!

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TARGETZ.COM is a good web site its has dozens of targets and some fun ones too if you want a game of pool (set up with coloured pool balls

the choice is endless on there

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Heres a handy couple of shooting targets in PDF format.

I use the 'Shoot N See' 'stick-on' target spots, I buy mine in America as I am over there quite a lot,

but you can get them here, excellent and fairly cheap.

Try them!

 

Agree totally, they're great! You can actually see where you've shot! And though they're not cheap per pack, you get a lot of targets in a patch. Also the black dots are great for checking the zero.

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Done one in Excel (and scanned into PDF for here) for zeroing my air rifle.

 

I find it works well with my Hawke Nite-Eye SR6 scope with it Christmas tree reticle as each square is about 1 inch by 1 inch.

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I gotta say I just use squares of cardboard, cut them into anout 3" or 4" side length, tape them to a dark background, carbboard spreyed black works well, it makes it really easy to center the crosshars on the middle of the square, or simply draw a square on a pice of card, again cereal boxes work really well as you can stand them up on their own, open them up flat and hold then with a couple of split sticks, prickers for holding snare wires up work well.

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Top off a sheep lick bucket, nail it to a piece of batten and tear thin strips of duck tape, stick on in a cross shape smack the batten with a hammer into the ground then position my scope cross smack on the cross on the target and set my zero an inch high at 100yrds.Then squares about an inch or two for longer shots. Job done, works for me!It's quicker for me to do that than figure out how to download and print targets. Forgot to add position the crosses or squares of black duck tape on the four corners if its a square lid so the batten never takes a hit :thumbs:

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