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General Category => General Airgun Forum Discussion => Topic started by: steveoh on July 13, 2019, 11:24:02 AM

Title: Pizza cardboard rounds for target templates
Post by: steveoh on July 13, 2019, 11:24:02 AM
Keep your Pizza cardboard rounds for target templates.

Makes for purty targets!

Title: Re: Pizza cardboard rounds for target templates
Post by: bnowlin on July 13, 2019, 01:41:03 PM
Yes sir they are perfect, but I had to quit eating pizza, so I don't have any more.
Bobn
Title: Re: Pizza cardboard rounds for target templates
Post by: steveoh on July 13, 2019, 02:19:22 PM
Yes sir they are perfect, but I had to quit eating pizza, so I don't have any more.
Bobn

I only eat Gluten Free pizza now, as my body rejects all forms of gluten. I just squirrel away the rounds. they make good targets on their own too.
Title: Re: Pizza cardboard rounds for target templates
Post by: caniborrowsomeammo on July 13, 2019, 03:03:08 PM
Oh, gawd!!!! Tightwad.
Just print targets on your printer and back them with cardboard, unless you are happy just punching holes in a 12-inch circle. The challenge is hitting the center of the target consistently. Outer rings for scoring.
I just use heavy stock and a sharpie with multiple crosses. ;D I have a friend that owns a large printing company and grab the heavy stock they throw away. Also, get 36" circular cardboard from the ends of the large rolls of paper for patterning my shotguns.
Title: Re: Pizza cardboard rounds for target templates
Post by: steveoh on July 13, 2019, 03:13:22 PM
Oh, gawd!!!! Tightwad.
Just print targets on your printer and back them with cardboard, unless you are happy just punching holes in a 12-inch circle. The challenge is hitting the center of the target consistently. Outer rings for scoring.
I just use heavy stock and a sharpie with multiple crosses. ;D I have a friend that owns a large printing company and grab the heavy stock they throw away. Also, get 36" circular cardboard from the ends of the large rolls of paper for patterning my shotguns.

hahahaha. I mostly use them to spray paint my steel targets.

I did just go to OfficeMax and print out a 100 NUAH - Nothing Under A Hundred yards targets.  So I'm not exactly a tightwad.  8)
Title: Re: Pizza cardboard rounds for target templates
Post by: Alan on July 13, 2019, 05:39:30 PM
I am worse!!

When I buy Shoot-n-see targets, I get together with a few friends and order about 1,000 at a time. The last batch was less than 15ยข each. I could do this for the Guild, but the remaining is what REALLY costs.
Title: Re: Pizza cardboard rounds for target templates
Post by: Frank in Fairfield on July 13, 2019, 06:53:13 PM
Shoot-n-see targets, aiming at the various numbers, not the center.
9, 8, 7, etc...
We used to do that with our .22s many, many years ago...