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Old 04-30-2007, 02:45 AM   #1
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Does anyone here have a good place online to buy shooting range targets? The place that I shoot at, charges a buck and a half to buy the large size and I think that is ridiculous. You can go on Ebay and there is a guy who sells them there for about 50 cents each. You usually have to buy 10 at a time and then it costs about $4 to ship them. Anybody have any idea that may beat that?

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Old 04-30-2007, 05:40 AM   #2
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Hey, I was going to send you some web sites but I'm at work and these sorry LIMIES wan't let you look at most gun sites. Type in targets and do a search. Good luck
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I print mine for free:

www.mytargets.com
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Law Enforcement Targets Inc. is a very good supplier of bulk targets.
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Does anyone here have a good place online to buy shooting range targets? The place that I shoot at, charges a buck and a half to buy the large size and I think that is ridiculous. You can go on Ebay and there is a guy who sells them there for about 50 cents each. You usually have to buy 10 at a time and then it costs about $4 to ship them. Anybody have any idea that may beat that?

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The spam defender ate my first attempt at this, so here goes again.

I purchase my bulk targets from Law Enforcement Targets. Great prices and very fast shipping.
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you could also buy one or two large ones that you like and go to Kinkos...or some other copy place....should be well under $0.25 a copy.

i also tried this(printing balck and color on different paper types) as i had inkjet cartridges to use up....when you print black from and inkjet onto photo paper or colored paper, you almost get the same shoot n c effect as the store bought "Shoot N C" targets you pay mucho bucks for...

its also a good way to use up inkjet cartridges that might otherwise dry out while waiting to be used again....

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Hey, I was going to send you some web sites but I'm at work and these sorry LIMIES wan't let you look at most gun sites. Type in targets and do a search. Good luck
Shell/BP? Or some other Limies?
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