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Quarter scale NRA D-1 target

Discussion in 'GSSF' started by yobohadi, Sep 14, 2012.

  1. yobohadi

    yobohadi Peon Trainee

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    I did some searching for a scaled down version of the NRA D-1 targets that I could print out on my printer and either set up for dry fire practice or bb/airsoft practice between my once a month range trips. Since I didn't find any that I really liked I made my own 1/4th scale targets using Inkscape. They aren't Survey grade so don't get too excited, but I added a key area so you can set the targets at distances that correlate to the full size target distances used for GSSF. I figured I would share it if anyone is interested.

    Enjoy!
     

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  2. S.Kargoh

    S.Kargoh

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    Cool.

    I made one a long time ago in ms paint but just visually, not to any scale. I wonder if it screws me up, because it is out of scale?
    [​IMG]
     


  3. F-111 John

    F-111 John

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    Bringing an old thread back to life...

    Are your quarter scale D1 targets meant to be printed on 8 1/2 x 11 paper?
     
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  4. mr glock-fl

    mr glock-fl

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    Just One man's opinion
    Your brain and trigger reflexes are doing it even when no rounds are fired. I use a surefire timer on par time to go through the motions when I can not shoot.
    Pat Elmore would use small drawings to hang on the wall-I picture myself shooting it over and over-Rob Leatham has a video on You tube shooting the plates which is helpful.

    It does not mater the scale just the practice time.

    Mike
     
  5. yobohadi

    yobohadi Peon Trainee

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    Yep, to fit 8.5 x 11 paper is exactly why I scaled these at 1/4.
     
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