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rightisright wrote:Am I the only one that finds it a PITA to dial in a red dot at 25 yards?
EDITED: My stupid reply out of this post, as I missed the astigmatism part.
I would also like to mention AR and AK printable zeroing targets at Arma-Dynamics
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I've posted links before about download able targets, anybody feel like reposting them?
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A roll of white butcher paper = lifetime supply. Spray adhesive or wallpaper paste will stick them to cardboard if you use target frames. Just follow subsequent shots towards that first bullet hole. A black hole in a black background is difficult for me to see now, so black holes on a white sheet of paper works for me. 'sides, it's cheap like me...... Break out the black magic marker if you want to upgrade with a few hand drawn bulls eyes or exe's..... Life need not be overly complicated.
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I got a bunch of the AQT targets from Fredsm14stocks
about ten years ago, and I still have a bunch.
I used to know where to buy the Swiss A5, A10 and B4 targets, but my Google-fu is squirrelly and I can't find them now.
I should get a batch of the pistol target NPR linked to, and give them to the local pistol range. I asked for one that had the different messages in each of the pie wedges and the clerk said that was all BS.
The use of the word "but" usually indicates that everything preceding it in a sentence is a lie.
"I believe in Freedom of Speech, but". . .
"I support the Second Amendment, but". . .