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Targets

Discussion in 'General chit chat' started by monsta41, Jun 17, 2019.

  1. monsta41

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    im going to design a few target ideas and post them in this thread....here is the first.

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    Nice one mate. :thumb:
     
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    Constructive criticism ok?
    Everybody will do headshots because that's what we do on rabbits, so there's a lot of wasted paper.
    How about a combination of heads, rabbits, pigeons and rats or anything else with the killzone highlighted by a 10mm ring?
     
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    they are really just something to aim at instead of boring circles or dots :up:
     
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    Just a suggestion.How about vermin paper targets but with the rabbit/Bird etc sat at different angles as opposed to the usual side on which would give smaller killzones? Or maybe bird targets with twigs printed in front so you have to thread the pellet through to the killzones?
     
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    Now that is a good idea! HFT/Hunting inspired targets. Brilliant idea:thumb::thumb::thumb:
     
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    ill see what i can work out...if i can get a full size bird on a4 sheet
     
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    nice Targets
     
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    Great idea Carl:thumb:
     
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    Spot on that mate.Youve got to decide on shot placement and then execute a kill shot:thumb:
     
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    How about a life-size rabbit head or crow, magpie, pigeon profile, Monsta? There doesn't seem to be such a thing out there at present.
    I just saw your pigeon. Will that be full-size?
     
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    i think it should be close.... ill find the sizes needed to print full size ones :up:
     
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    I'm not sure of the species from the angle .... :shrug:
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    I just print off similar to these https://www.targets.ws/shooting-targets/bullseye-target-3.pdf & also use self adhesive 15mm dots
     
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    If they are hft inspired then there can't be anything (like twigs) blocking the killzone...... If there is then the target will have to be pulled ;)
     
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