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    Printable Targets

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    8" circles, 6" box

    Hey guys. I printed out a few of those "targetz" that say they are a 8" circle. When I checked them with a ruler they actually print out 7 1/2". Anyone know where I could find a 8" circle? Also wondering if anyone knows where there's a 6" box to print out. With an 8" circle and 6" box folks could shoot some drills that use IDPA targets and just shoot at the "-0" zone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Serpico1985 View Post
    Hey guys. I printed out a few of those "targetz" that say they are a 8" circle. When I checked them with a ruler they actually print out 7 1/2". Anyone know where I could find a 8" circle?
    I had this happen to me and had Dot Torture come out at 1 13/16. Make sure when you print that the PDF is set for 100%.

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    Quote Originally Posted by epete View Post
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    NRA Bullseye Targets

    25-yd Timed and Rapid Fire repair center target: B-8.pdf

    25-yd Slow Fire target: B-16.pdf

    50-yd Timed and Rapid Fire repair center target: B-6.pdf

    50-ft Timed and Rapid Fire target: B-3.pdf

    50-ft Slow Fire target: B-2.pdf

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    Question: if using a FAST target printed on regular printer paper 8.5x11, what distance would you use for a valid test? 5 yards? Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DacoRoman View Post
    Question: if using a FAST target printed on regular printer paper 8.5x11, what distance would you use for a valid test? 5 yards? Thanks.

    OK so I printed the FAST test at 75% size so that it would fit on an 8.5x11 paper. 7 yards x .75 = 5.25 yards, which would seem to be the correct distance for the FAST test when using such a reduced target.

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