Or just download any of these: MYTARGETS.COM Free Targets That Print In PDF Format
This is a discussion on Bulls Eye!...well close within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; My wife made me a printable target in word document file so that I can just print out some targets and shoot. I can use ...
My wife made me a printable target in word document file so that I can just print out some targets and shoot. I can use the older stuff I was going to throw away, and just print on the back side.
Here is the shoot from last night where I was just shooting with a flashlight held between my teeth. No external light, nothing but the flashlight (2 AA batteries model). I had a friend hold up the target to give an idea of the actual shot placement. I haven't shot a pistol in several years and this is about the 3rd time since I got the new Bersa .380 Thunder last Tuesday. I have shot a lot at night, though, living back in Nebraska. That lower hole was the first shot, all the rest of the shots are grouped above it. Seven shots in all.
25' with Winchester Western .380 FMJ out of Bersa Thunder 380 Duo Tone pistol.
This is the doc I attached if anyone wants a copy. Kind of nice not getting out the magic marker and a pie plate.
Since it is Word format, you can easily add text or whatever you want to it to customize it. I guess it was kind of a headache getting all the circles just right.
Clinging to guns and God in PA...
Or, you can go here: Foxit Reader and get a faster loading, less resource hungry Acrobat reader from Foxit Software...for free. It is around less than 3mb download compared to Adobe's latest?? Load faster and print, reads, etc, just like the Adobe reader but less demanding on your computer.
THANKS for the link to the website for the targets! I didn't know it was out there.
OK...Now Hold It Steady...RIGHT THERE....Don't Move.
Low shot is a jerk and the top ones are probably from looking over the front sight which is common in low light shooting? Looking good, at least your chasing the bull and not off the paper. Keep at it.
Training means learning the rules. Experience means learning the exceptions.
looks like it's chilly in NebraskaI like printing targets off the internet sites they are cheap and the right size for COM training
"Outside of the killings, Washington has one of the lowest crime rates in the country,"
--Mayor Marion Barry, Washington , DC .
Haven't been to Nebraska for some time, so don't know.
Yea it's hard to shoot with the light like that. Especially with bi-focals. Look through the top part of my glasses, and I see the target, but not the sights. The lower part I see the sight, but not the target. Heck, just shoot! I shoot with both eyes open anyway and shoot more from 'seeing' than from the sights. The force is strong in my family.