Some Printable Targets

RKJ

Member
IIRC somebody was making DIY shoot-see targets. any recipes
This isn't my idea so won't take credit for it but it works. Get some neon colored paper, some clear packing tape and a can of (cheap) black spray paint. Take the tape and cover every part of the paper, paint the taped side with the black paint, let it dry. Put a paster on it (for a target dot) any size/shape you want. When you shoot the the paper shows through and Viola Shoot & See targets. Once you see it in action, it makes sense and it works well.
 

Grump

Member
Too bad those full 8-1/2 x 11 clear sticky labels are soooooo expensive. Too often I have to buy Avery products. Staples sometimes has an equivalent, sometimes they don't, and sometimes they don't any more. The last circumstance annoys me.
 

waco

Springfield, Oregon
Here is a new one I made based on fiver's suggestion: 50 to 100 Benchrest type with cross lines for leveling the scope cross hairs.
This one looks real good! I just printed out 20 of them. Hope to go shooting this weekend.
 

Rockydoc

Active Member
JWFilips, Regarding your printable targets, I would like to put the data, eg. bullet, powder, caliber, etc., right on the target before I print it but on .pdf targets I can't get it to work. Any suggestions?

Thanks for giving all of us access to these targets. That is very generous of you.
 

popper

Well-Known Member
PDFs are usually write protected. Trick - if you have a scanner, scan and save as jpg or markup the target before scanning. I use the one above, just write on it after shooting. If you have PDF viewer or PDF program you can edit to add stuff and save.
 

JWFilips

Well-Known Member
Rocky,
Send me your data you want and I will make those up for you ....just tell me which target you want
Jim
 
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Rockydoc

Active Member
Jim, I am not sure I understand you, or maybe you didn't understand me. I want a blank(meaning no data re: gun, bullet, powder) target that I can add the data to when I decide what load I want to test.

In other words I want to put the info on the target at home before I shoot the target at the range. I don't want to have to come back to you to get new targets every time I change a component (if that is what you were offering to do). That would be too much to ask.
Thanks for your generosity .
Rocky
 

JWFilips

Well-Known Member
Rocky
So you just want the target without the printed data as it is now....No problem just let me know which ones you want tht way and I can remove that printed data
Jim
 

Rockydoc

Active Member
Thanks Jim, I think I have figured out how to do what I want:
I print out the targets, then put them back in the printer's paper magazine,
then open my word processor and type the load data up in the corner of the page, and print.
The words are printed on the already printed targets, voila!