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Make & Print your own Targets FREE

Discussion in 'Airgun Data Center' started by steve33, Feb 12, 2011.

  1. mikeyhall1

    mikeyhall1 Top Poster

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    Great thread. Thank you
     
  2. Victor Robert Allaway

    Victor Robert Allaway Engaging Member

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    I need a new printer, so a few pertinent questions.

    What weight of card is needed to make a truly serviceable target?
    What printers can handle such card?

    Otherwise it would have to be print on thinnest paper and paste onto card...

    Rob.
     
  3. monsta41

    monsta41 Donator

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    you can find a4 art card in the quid shops :) its like thick paper
     
  4. Airhead2007

    Airhead2007 Engaging Member

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    Excellent ,cheers all.....:thumb::thumb::thumb:
     
  5. Mick :-)

    Mick :-) Newbie

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    Brilliant, thank you
     
  6. smk1967uk

    smk1967uk Member

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    hi everyone
    I googled and printed some targets off then I cut them to the same size of the targets I had already used and glued them on so I have reusable targets just keep glueing the newly printed ones to the used saves buying them.
     
  7. Popgun

    Popgun Keyboard Hero

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    I use A4 printer paper & a marker pen to apply 8mm dots
     
  8. secretagentmole

    secretagentmole Low down, dirty and quiet...

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    I use a Sharpie marker and make a big + on the paper, this allows me to gauge how far I am out of zero, ie 1/2 inch (14mm) left, right, up, down, cheap and saves on ink!
     

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