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Free Shooting Target Downloads

Friday, July 23rd, 2010

Free Shooting Target Downloads 100 YdWe have collected all our Free Shooting Target Downloads and put them onto one page.

We have six different targets you can download and easily print on normal copy paper on your inkjet or laser printer.  Why buy expensive targets when you can download and print your own?

Click HERE For The Free Target Download Instructions

New Squirrel Hunting Targets

Wednesday, June 18th, 2008

Justin posted a new PDF ground squirrel target for anyone who wants it.

[We moved all the targets to one location.
Click the link below to get ALL the FREE targets.]

Click HERE For FREE Target Downloads

Flatlander

Deck The Halls With Squirrel Guts….. Fa La La La La….

Monday, December 3rd, 2007

Here’s the latest free hunting target that the Verminator and I worked up. This target is really good for getting your 17 HMR sighted in for squirrel shooting season. And since you have 4 months before the ground squirrels stick their heads out of the ground again, before getting them blown off by us real men with penises smaller than a 17 grain ballistic tip, make sure you grab it and head out to the gun range and practice.

[We moved all the targets to one location.
Click the link below to get ALL the FREE targets.]

Click HERE For FREE Target Downloads

Free 100 Yard Rifle Targets

Monday, November 19th, 2007

I was messing around today and made a 100-yard rifle target. It’s built on a 1/2 in grid so that you can figure out how many clicks you’re off. (Of course I’m never off, so this is just for those of you out there who actually miss from time to time and need to sight in your rifles.)

[We moved all the targets to one location.
Click the link below to get ALL the FREE targets.]

Click HERE For FREE Target Downloads

You have two options. You can right click on the link and “save target as…” on your computer, to print later, or you can click on the link and print the target after the .PDF document opens. You might have to set your printer to print outside it’s margins if you want an exact 1/2 grid. My printer defaulted to 94% so that it could stay within it’s margins, and that caused the squares on the target to be about 1/32 smaller than they should have been.

If any of you have a squirrel, bird or varmint picture you want turned into a target, let me know. Since the 1/2 grid system is now built, it will be easy to put that over any picture you have, and make a great target out of it. (Please, no ex-wives or girlfriends, I get into enough trouble already.)

Flatlander

Free Squirrel Hunting Target: Sniper Squirrel!

Tuesday, July 10th, 2007

Here’s the free hunting target I’ve been promising you. I made it out of the Sniper Squirrel picture that Mashby made and said we could use. Now you will be able to sight in your 17 HMR, 223 Remington or 22-250 on a target that looks like it’s shooting back. You’ve got to admit it’s better to practice shooting your rifle against a squirrel sniper that just shooting a simple squirrel silhouette target.

Those of you who are shooting the Hornady 17 or 20 grain ballistic tip bullet aught to try taping a ketchup packet from McDonalds behind the target on the 10 ring and then video taping the results when you shoot it with your 17′s. It’s cool and makes the target look like it’s bleeding. Which is what you want when facing another sniper head to head. (Nothing like seeing an exploding squirrel to whet the appetite of a squirrel hunter.)

I haven’t tried shooting this squirrel target with a ketchup packet behind it with a 223 ballistic tip, but I’m sure when I do it will be cool. Send me any videos or still pictures you make of shooting this target and I will post them here for posterities sake. Make sure you record how long the shots were so that we can enter you in the squirrel sniper hall of fame; “if you’re any good”. Maybe if you’re awesome we will ask you to join our squirrel hunting team next year at the Unity, Oregon squirrel shoot.

[We moved all the targets to one location.
Click the link below to get ALL the FREE targets.]

Click HERE For FREE Target Downloads

This free target is a PDF document. Just click on it and it should open in a PDF Viewer. Once it does, just push the print button, and you should get a nice color target of two squirrel snipers shooting at you. The size of the PDF target download is 469K.

SquirrelSniper

Free Target: California Ground Squirrel

Saturday, June 2nd, 2007

Here is another Free PDF squirrel hunting target. The squirrel is a little small, but that should just make you a better shot.

California Ground Squirrel Targets

[We moved all the targets to one location.
Click the link below to get ALL the FREE targets.]

Click HERE For FREE Target Downloads

More Free Squirrel Targets: Grey Squirrels

Wednesday, May 23rd, 2007

I made a Grey Squirrel target for those of you who actually hunt these things out of trees. Don’t get me wrong, a squirrel is a squirrel, but I prefer to site a couple of hundred yards away with my Bushmaster or my 17 HMR Savage and explode them from a benchrest while sipping on a soda and spitting sunflower seeds.

I prefer ground squirrels to tree squirrels because there are usually a whole lot more of them, they’ve been eating sage, so they’re already seasoned, and it doesn’t require me to traipse through the woods to find them. (I used to be OK in the woods, but I’m now old, overweight and so out of shape that I can’t sneak up on anything anymore; hence the benchrest.)

[We moved all the targets to one location.
Click the link below to get ALL the FREE targets.]

Click HERE For FREE Target Downloads

Have fun using these free targets and tell your friends and neighbors where you got them.

Thanks,

SquirrelSniper

Free Squirrel Hunting Targets

Sunday, May 20th, 2007

I got tired of buying squirrel hunting targets, so I made some of my own. I will be adding more targets over the next few days, including some for pigeons (Flying Rats), Ravens and other types of ground and tree squirrels. This one is of a California ground squirrel.

To get the best picture, I would just turn the ink setting to draft mode so that you don’t use up a ton of ink. The squirrel pictures are aprox. 8 inches wide by 4.5 inches tall, so I put two on the target. At that size, it pretty much makes a life sized target of a small to medium sized ground squirrel. (I prefer to practice on the small ones, because it makes hitting the big ones just that much easier.

Life sized squirrel target.

[We moved all the targets to one location.
Click the link below to get ALL the FREE targets.]

Click HERE For FREE Target Downloads