Targets download and print

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  1. RWBlue

    RWBlue Mr. CISSP, CISA CLM

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    What is your favorite download/printable targets?
    I have some old business documents with a clean side and access to a laser printer....

    Attaching links is probably the easiest way to share.

    BTW, If this is in another thread, please help a guy out. :)

    Thanks
     
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  3. RWBlue

    RWBlue Mr. CISSP, CISA CLM

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    Couch000, thanks, those are good.
     
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    Couch - thanks for posting. I spent some time looking at their video's as well - seems like a great company. Liked the dry fire video a lot.
     
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    Years ago I bought TargetExpress. I use it to print NRA targets. SR, SR-1, MR, etc. CNET still has the trial version. I forget what the limits are on the free version. Looks like the company may be gone. Too bad. Great software. Paid for itself hundreds of times over.
    GT would not let me post link to CNET.

    http://www.allworldsoft.com/software/1-065-targetexpress.htm
     
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    RWBlue Mr. CISSP, CISA CLM

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    I've also used a free version of a cad program to draw my own for specific size of bullseyes, circles, squares, grids, etc., use red target dots in the centers.

    http://www.cadstd.com/
     
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    All I can find right now. I've cleaned my desk top since I'm leaving here in a few weeks. Theres a lot of targets to be found on line.
     

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    I’m helping a relative move, plus I have my own cardboard boxes at times.

    A sheet of plain cardboard with a swatch of tape near the middle is mostly what I use. When done I may use it to get the fire going in the wood stove. I’d say that’s recycling, green energy, and frugalness all rolled up together. I’m preparing for the next depression.
     
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    Cheap store brand paper plates that you'd never serve food on, or the dividers inside 30-packs of Budweiser work for me.
     
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    Several years ago, I created a couple of targets similar to the old Redfield sight-in targets.

    I tried to upload a .pdf, but was unsuccessful.
     
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