Discussion in 'Shooting, Hunting and Fishing' started by Flight, Oct 10, 2008.
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Would anyone have the dimensions of such to hand? I've tried googling it without much success.
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:
44 inches = 1114mm and 17 inches = 432mm
21.5 inches = 546mm and 17 inches = 432mm
McQueens is the current manufacturer of targetry:
Ever tried getting an answer out of the McQueens paper target department though? Talk about brick walls!
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.
Holy thread revival Batman!
This link will be of use to anyone who needs information on targetry and sizes. As this thread comes up top on google for "fig 12 target size" I thought it made sense to post the link here:
If the link gets broken the information is in JSP403 Vol2 Chap 29
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.
McQueen Targets - Shooting, Military, Civilian, 3D & Paper Targets
I think Fig 12's are about 35p per 100. Or they were!
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