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    Targets

    I deleted the last threat, I thought I was deleting an attachment. I will put the attachments back up.
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    Here is more....
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    Thanks Tim. Nice targets!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Nysse View Post
    Thanks Tim. Nice targets!
    You are quite welcome Scott!

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    A few more are posted on my website http://www.boettchertechnologies.com...Downloads.html

    Have fun!

    Tim

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    Tim, sorry for not getting back sooner. Holiday weekend kept me busy.

    When I took the targets to the range I found it a little difficult to see them (The .5", 1" and 1.5" w/ 9 ring)

    Something that might help would be to color the area between the 10 and 9 ring as solid red.
    Maybe the scope could pick them up better and the red would allow seeing the bullet hits.

    Thanks, Andy

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndyTaber View Post
    Tim, sorry for not getting back sooner. Holiday weekend kept me busy.

    When I took the targets to the range I found it a little difficult to see them (The .5", 1" and 1.5" w/ 9 ring)

    Something that might help would be to color the area between the 10 and 9 ring as solid red.
    Maybe the scope could pick them up better and the red would allow seeing the bullet hits.

    Thanks, Andy
    PM sent

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    Feel free to use the following load development target. Best thing to do is get a ream of card stock and start printing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DSM View Post
    Feel free to use the following load development target. Best thing to do is get a ream of card stock and start printing.
    That target is huge! What size is the inner circle supposed to be?

    BTW the actual size of the target in the file is 35 1/4" x 35 1/2"


    The screenshot is from the dimensions I found on the net, and created a hi-resolution file, they seem to be correct for 100 yards.
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    How does this look as a 200 yard target?

    Scale is at top of JPG
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    Last edited by Tim Boettcher; 04-26-2011 at 08:52 PM.

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    Not sure the size, never checked after I scanned it. All you have to do is have the pdf fit a 8.5x11 sheet of paper when you go to print.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DSM View Post
    Not sure the size, never checked after I scanned it. All you have to do is have the pdf fit a 8.5x11 sheet of paper when you go to print.
    The problems I have seen with that some printers will vary up to 3/16" due to internal settings scaling from a large target.

    I re-did it in high resolution for you guys!

    Tim
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    Got these BR targets off the net, You would have to enlarge for 200 yrds, but they work very well at 100.

    br12.pdf
    br12b.pdf
    br12d.pdf

    DR

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim Boettcher View Post
    The problems I have seen with that some printers will vary up to 3/16" due to internal settings scaling from a large target.

    I re-did it in high resolution for you guys!

    Tim
    Sweet, looks great!

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    Here are more updated targets with thumbnail's TARGETS

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