24×36 Printable Pistol Target for Download
This is one of the first custom targets I made for printing. It is 24×36 and 2 up, meaning it has two (2) seperate targets per sheet, and the sheet is meant to be cut in half. Each sheet has 5 individual targets on it, split into 1″ square grids. The outter targets are labeled A, B, C, and D, with the center being unlabeled. Additional, there are 6 single shot targets at the bottom of each sheet.
Take these down to your local printer and have them printed up on a plotter at 100% scale and then cut them in half. The local Officemax charges $3.50 for Black & White Engineered print, making the poster size targets come out to $1.75 a piece. Given there are 5 targets apiece, it comes out to about $0.35 per target. Generally, I only use these for close range pistol shooting with something like a 9mm or .45 ACP, and I will use a single magazine per target quadrant, allowing for up to 5 mags per target (6 if you use the bottom sections for single shots). This is mostly because they are not “Shoot N C” style targets, making them not great for long distance or Rifle Shooting. For Pistol however, they are great and have worked really well for me. I will get 4 of these printed at a time, cut them in half giving me 40 targets for plinking pistol rounds.