Targets for indoor dry firing

generalzip

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I’ve seen guys with 8.5x11 or 11x17 printouts of a scene with steel targets that people use to practice indoor dry firing from barricades etc. anyone know where to get these print outs?
 

Racer88

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Go to this page and scroll down. You'll see some photos with targets you can download / print.


Hope that helps!
 
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Sheldon N

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An additional option to do sometimes is very small dots on a blank white wall. Forces you to be able to acquire the target with no other reference points to guide you in. You'll memorize a range printout pretty quickly and naturally will locate targets quicker and quicker.

For me it's a good simulator for those stages you encounter where there is a lone target on a far hillside field with nothing around it. Those targets can be tough to find if you don't point the rifle at them when you first build the position.
 
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MTETM

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We just put a small pin point on a wall or door frame with a fine tipped marker... With the IOTA or similar they are all you need at 10ft.
 
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Go to this page and scroll down. You'll see some photos with targets you can download / print.


Hope that helps!
Second this. They work well!
 

PAYDIRT

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I'm wanting something that I can see in the dark, maybe a solar light to light up the "target",so I can look out the window of my loading room/Tavern and practice after dark. Distance will be about 50 yards, build this to practice off and I just set it in the corner out of the way when I'm not using it. IMG_6771.JPGIMG_6771.JPG