Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Dan Forrester, Sep 12, 2022.
My grandson is 21 now and still likes shooting them for fun
I'm gearing up to take a bunch of stuff to a gun show in a couple of weeks and just bought a 1000ct roll of 1" round price labels for about $7 on Amazon. The leftovers will go to the range with me!
If you look hard enough... There's always a "new n great" idea in these forums... this is the one for me... Prolly old news to others...lol... New to me anyway... Although for some reason most panhandlers do see a bullseye on me
My, how many posters never read your question.
Poster #43 &44 is the most economical relative to your question.
Of course I love poster #18 as one of the best. LOL
Remember to use a timer to induce stress. Shooting at a bullseye at your leisure is not fast pistol or self defense training. However, it does help with marksmanship....sight picture and trigger pull....breath control goes out the window re. self defense reponse.
I started this thread wondering what targets to purchase but after reading all the responses I think I’m just going to make my own.
Between the cardboard I already throw away, different color post it notes, paper plates and a few stencils I should be able come up with something pretty decent. Saving money on targets will allow more money for ammo too!
I appreciate everyone’s response.
The big concentric circle target makes for a good pistol target for quick sight pictures.
8X and up:
If you know anyone in a warehouse ask them about slipsheets, cardboard or plastic sheets on pallets, they make great backer boards and are plentiful.
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