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Make & Print your own Targets FREE

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

  1. mikeyhall1

    mikeyhall1 Pepe Le Pew

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    Great thread. Thank you
     
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  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

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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.
     
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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!
     
  9. 8outof10

    8outof10 Newbie

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    Thats a very useful and good site, thanks for sharing, just saved me buying a load. Cheers
     
  10. Rattymcrattyface

    Rattymcrattyface Nobody's playin' Manilow

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    nice! thanks
     
  11. ChrisKz

    ChrisKz Post Whore

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    You could find some old rolls of wall paper and just use that , to mark dots or whatever design you want
     
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    I use a basic inkjet printer, cheap ink, ms word and 200gsm card. Works well and I have something to do in tele conferences. Basic target designs - circles of 5p then 2p. That's it. 9 to a card with some other sighting dots for aim points.....to save wasting card you can also get half height targets with 6 to a card. 2 targets out of 1 A4. I have found this works well.
     
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    80gsm paper ciss espon 1500w printer ( I do photo printing) I use the simple 10p ring with a dot centre 20 targets to an a4 sheet
    I don't see why it needs to be complicated
     
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  14. brk1

    brk1 Well-Known Member

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    Few of the sites missing but some really worthwhile patterns if you hunt through, excellent:thumb::thumb:
     
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    Marboc Newbie

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  16. brk1

    brk1 Well-Known Member

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    Welcome to the site mate, very good link , but I think most people speak English on here :), site is very easy to find from your link :thumb: and works very well, design your own targets :thumb::thumb:, but I'm afraid I haven't got a clue what you said above it :shrug::)
     
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  17. Marboc

    Marboc Newbie

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    Hello, today's translation is not a problem but ok I will write in English and you have to forgive me for mistakes
     
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  18. brk1

    brk1 Well-Known Member

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    Not a problem mate, some forums have sections for different languages, this site doesn't, if you have a gun problem or something similar nobody will be able to understand what you have written if it's not in English/US characters, any mistakes are quite acceptable, English is very awkward language to understand in some cases, they can use the same word for several different cases, take "Lead"
    you can have

    Dogs "Lead"
    I was in the "Lead" of the race
    Airgun Pellets are made of "Lead"

    I can't even speak it properly myself sometimes :D:D:thumb::thumb:
     
  19. Mick :-)

    Mick :-) Newbie

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    Sadly it’s looking like this page is off line, I think it’s had too many visitors, ;-) simply refuses to load now, anyone else having a problem accessing it ?
     
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