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The targets on this page are in either Microsoft Word format (.doc)
or in Adobe Acrobat (.pdf) format. For all pdf format targets, to get an accurately
scaled printout, make sure that the "Fit to page" check-box is NOT
checked in the Adobe Acrobat print dialog box.
Ballistic Elevation Target
This one is useful for checking the drop-dot spacing on ballistic
reticle scopes. Using a rangefinder, place this target at EXACTLY
100 yards, steady your rifle in a rest with the central crosshair on
the orange aim point, then read below to find out the MOA values of
your ballistic drop dots or bars. TIP: Place colored dot stickers
on the target where you think your drop dots line up. Then go back
to your scope to verify that the drop dots align with the dot stickers.
Adjust their positions until you get it right.
2 Rings on Grid
This is a great sight-in target at 100 or 200 yards. The central
white circle is 3 inches in diameter. The great thing about this target
is that it is uncluttered, which allows you to easily find every shot hole
from the bench. Keep a copy at your bench with you, and mark and number
each hole on your bench copy as you make your shots and adjust your sight-in.
That will save you trips downrange to patch the target.
Sometimes you just need a good bullseye target, maybe for iron sights or a low power optic.
Mil-Dot Verification Target
Improved! The target is now completely mil-based. The grid is now .2 mils,
and the central diamond is now based on tenth-mil sizing. This allows those
with mil-mil scopes to better work with their turret clicks and reticle hash
marks to judge their impact adjustments.
Double Diamond Target.
This target is useful for scopes with German 3-Bar reticles as well
as standard crosshair reticles. To use with a 3-bar reticle, place
the top point of your reticle at the bottom point of a diamond, and
adjust your scope to land the shots in the orange.
For special reticles.
100 yard rifle sight-in target for zeroing high
Same as left, but with black, instead of orange squares
Improved! The above two targets are used to get
a good zero for your typical bolt action hunting rifle. You'll probably want
to run your own ballistics, but a good place to start is to adjust the scope
to land your group about 2 inches to 2-1/2 inches above the point of aim when
sighting-in at 100 yards. This will give the typical bolt action rifle about
a 220 yard zero, with a max mid-trajectory rise of under 3 inches, with
around a 5 inch to 8 inch drop below line-of-sight at 300 yards.
Swiss military A5 target
scaled for 100 yards.
Swiss military B4 target
scaled for 100 yards.
The two targets above are in 11"x17" portrait orientation format.
Make sure that your printer properties are set to print on 11"x17"
paper, and that you are in portrait mode before you hit the print
button. To get accurately sized printouts with these .pdf format
targets, make sure that the "Fit to page" check-box is NOT checked
in the Adobe Acrobat print dialog box. The largest ring on both targets
should print out at exactly 12 inches in diameter.