Figure 11 & 12 targets

Flight

LE
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#1
Would anyone have the dimensions of such to hand? I've tried googling it without much success.
 
#2
Flight said:
Would anyone have the dimensions of such to hand? I've tried googling it without much success.[/quote

As I recall a figure 11 is 1500mm high and 500mm wide. Fig 12 same width but less than half the height I think. I suppose you really need all the scoring ring details too.

NRA might give you the details even though they use teh silly politically correct versions.

Don't forget that a fig 12c is a reduced size.
 
#3
I seem to recall (although it was a long time ago) that Fig 11's are 400mm x 1000mm and Fig 12's are 400m x 500m.

Edited to add:

I have just found this:

http://www.owrpc.co.uk/page.php?14

Figure 11. This is 44 inches high by 17 inches wide and depicts a charging infantry soldier.
44 inches = 1114mm and 17 inches = 432mm

and

Figure 12. This "head and shoulders" target measures 21.5 inches high by 17 inches wide
21.5 inches = 546mm and 17 inches = 432mm
 

Flight

LE
Book Reviewer
#6
Thank you very much. :)

The advice given for aiming off due to crosswinds seems a bit sketchy to me hence I thought memorising the ballistics table for 10mph Xwinds was an idea. Of course knowing to aim off x inches at 400 is not much use unless you can relate it to the size of the target.

Cheers.
 
#8
Any of you know where we can actually get our paws on fig.12's? The Danes use green falling rectangles with a pointy bit at the top. When we shoot with the plods, they have slags with handbags/pistols etc.No PC plod here.
 

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