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Earn 7 Bullseye Bucks
List Price $12.82 Save $6.03 (47%)
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Things I liked: 5 targets on one sheet of paper, highlighted centers, inexpensive targets
Things I would have changed: Perhaps I would add something in the product photos to give customers and idea of scale - something that shows the actual size of the targets better.
What others should know: I was surprised at how small these targets actually are and merely mentioning the diameter of the targets doesn't quite cut it for advertising. However, these targets are just fine for shooting and you get 5 per page. Way cheaper than what I've been able to get elsewhere.
Things I liked: I got these targets due to their price and there are 5 bulls on each target sheet. Will be great for sighting in purposes for me. Standard target paper so they're not just plain old bond paper, there's a bit of toughness to it.
Things I would have changed: Maybe change that black into a different color. Hard to see the holes from so far back and a different / lighter color seems to work better
What others should know: You can't tell much from seeing the targets on line. I was kind of shocked how small they actually are so to give some scale to showing these on line, I would put a quarter or half dollar near the target so the size is easier to recognize
Things I liked: I was very pleased to discover the targets were printed on a good, thick stock. I plan on using them for 30 yard targets and don't need pacing back and forth tending flimsy targets on a windy day!
Things I would have changed: Not a thing.
What others should know: I was glad I trusted the majority of the reviewers and purchased two packages of targets. Along with the other targets I purchased, I should be busy for a while.
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I have used these targets before and liked them very much. The last batch I received though are not producing round holes and often tear. Is there some treatment that would fix this? Baking in an oven at 200 degrees? something else?