Contains 25 high quality paper targets which are glued at the top to chipboard backing similar to that of a notepad.
Dimensions: 19" Width X 25" Height
The Short - Medium Range Target is similar to that of the Long Range Rifle Target in terms of it's overall design, the only difference is the Short - Medium Range Target incorporates several separate crosshairs.
The Long Range Rifle Target design began as hand drafted targets that were reproduced on a home printer. This eventually progressed into the intricate sighting system it is today. The design is intended to allow the shooter to match up their crosshair reticle with the crosshair on the target to create a singular visual crosshair impression. Behind the 1/2" thick crosshair is a light unobtrusive draftsman’s graph. This 16” wide X 20” tall graph consists of measurements from 1" to 1/8" throughout. This graph assists in determining exact shot placements from the center of the target allowing for easy and precise scope adjustments. This design ability greatly reduces the amount of overall shots necessary to properly “sight-in” a scoped rifle or scoped handgun. Less shots down range equates to less ammunition cost, less equipment wear, and less shooter fatigue. The Extreme Long Range Rifle Target is the same primary design as the Long Range Rifle Target except it has been enhanced with fluorescent colors for ease of visibility at extreme ranges.
To use this target as it was designed the shooter simply needs to know the distance to target, and the measurement between each click on the scope.
Included FREE with each order is our Joe Shady Clay Pigeon Holder Training Target designed to test speed and accuracy of the "three shot" self-defense/threat elimination shooting technique taught by most firearm instructors and police departments.
Place any standard clay pigeon into the pre-cut perforations on the "Joe Shady" target with the bright side facing backwards as to not create an uncrealistic bullseye for aiming purposes. Then test and hone your skills. This training method will quickly develop the skills necessary for using deadly force against a recognized threat.
Test your ability in proper shot placement by shooting two rounds to the torso and one to the cranium for devastating results to any oncoming threat. If you are destroying the two clay pigeons each time you shoot, your shots are where they need to be!
However gratifying it may be to see your shots the instant they hit a target (as with the splatter or halo targets) we believe this develops a critical flaw to a combat shooters development. Maintaining a focus on the front sight of the weapon is imperative for accurate shot placement. Splatter and Halo targets redirect the shooters eye off the front sight and down range which in turn develops poor shooting techniques and dangerous self-preservation habits. As taught by many government agencies "you only rise to your lowest level of training in a stressful situation."
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