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Old 02-24-2009, 04:51 AM   #11
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First, I don't understand why you'd want the picture of some actual living person on your target. A silhouette is more than enough to get the job done. Maybe some of you just have some sort of repressed rage that needs venting on a specific person?!?

Second, I would definitely NOT want to use an image of our president. That is just asking for trouble, plain and simple.

Third, how can you consider it to be cost effective to print a target on your home printer? If you print it big enough with full color, you are going to spend about fifty cents a target, maybe more (depending on your printer).

Last gun show I went to , they had a guy selling targets that cheap that were bigger that what I could do at home. Plus, I don't have to waste the time actually printing them out...
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Old 02-24-2009, 07:00 AM   #12
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Great idea, I found one i liked, took it to work and made an entire ream of copies. Gosh I love being the IT guy.
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Old 02-25-2009, 01:07 AM   #13
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Default I Meant To Type O'sama!

I would like clarify the fact that I typed O'Bama when I meant to type O'Sama. I would not shoot a picture of our president and advertise it online especially since the FEDS could and probably are l watching. I didn't vote for him and can't stand the man and believe nothing that comes out of his mouth but I wouldn't shoot him. The fact is the man is a father and a husband and even if I do not like him, no child should have to grow up without a father.

The thing is I must have been thinking something else when I typed up this post and I didn't realize I'd typed it until several days later after several others replied to it.

Also, Janik I agree with your comment about printing up large color targets with your home printer and how expensive it can be. That's why I use only the basic targets and don't print them in color. I've seen my dad replace too many color ink cartridges because my younger brother is a porn addict.

Sorry for any alarms being raised, I assure you guys at Homeland Security and the FBI that I am no assassine, I far too stupid.
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