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If you're reading this, you know the fun & satisfaction of hitting smaller targets more readily and secretly wish you could strike a match with one & put it out with the next one like Bill & some other great marksmen...

Unfortunately most of us probably won't ever get that good but I'm thinking some structured practice might be the best way to improve. ' Thinking since the top three ISCOR rankings involve:

12 of 12 on a 6cm target -

10 of 10 on a 4cm -

7 of 7 on a 3 cm -

it would be a simple process to make a shooting session involve 29 shots on these targets and record your # of hits to assess your skill level and progress......

' Appreciate your thoughts.............
 

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I've been working on the iscor quals lately. A lot of my practice is just on 3, 4, 6cm spinners. I like to shoot spinners but I like to see my misses . I made these to practice for the 3 and 4cm. they are set up to print where the outer edge of the circles is at 3 and 4 cm. I just shoot one per circle.

Certainly nothing fancy. But has been working for me.

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I was thinking more about your idea for a 29 shot course of fire. I really like that idea so I made a couple target designs. You could print it on a standard sheet of letter paper and you just shoot the number of shots labeled in each circle. The circles are 6, 4, and 3 cm.
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The first one is all little crowded so I made a more spaced out one as well with more shots per target.
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