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3/20/2017 5:03:23 PM
Posted: 7/20/2011 8:43:44 AM EDT
All you need is a no-shoot and two sheets of high contrast paper:



With irons, it allows you to see if your front sight is too low or too high since you'll see a bunch of white and two arrows if you're holding low, a bunch of white and no arrows if you're high, and two perfect points if you're dead on.


I mount it head-down for a 200 & 300 yard zero. You can vary the dimensions to match your front sight width, 300 yard drop point (if you use a 200 yard zero), or even have the target match your BDC.

If you have a red dot (you shouldn't choose red paper if so) or a prismatic, I have also found that the triangle above the arrows makes a good sight picture as well.

The white area above the two arrows and below the triangle can be occupied by a 2 MOA reticule which fits nicely for a good precise aiming point.










To replace the target, simply cut an hourglass shaped piece of white paper to tape to the front and tape a piece of white paper on the back of the target to cover any holes in the red areas.


http://www.Facebook.com/SpikesShootingTeam
http://www.Youtube.com/SpikesShootingTeam
Link Posted: 7/20/2011 9:20:23 AM EDT
Link Posted: 7/20/2011 10:51:04 AM EDT
well done, Cam.
Link Posted: 7/20/2011 2:44:22 PM EDT
Originally Posted By HK_Shooter_03:
All you need is a no-shoot and two sheets of high contrast paper:

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With irons, it allows you to see if your front sight is too low or too high since you'll see a bunch of white and two arrows if you're holding low, a bunch of white and no arrows if you're high, and two perfect points if you're dead on.


I mount it head-down for a 200 & 300 yard zero. You can vary the dimensions to match your front sight width, 300 yard drop point (if you use a 200 yard zero), or even have the target match your BDC.

If you have a red dot (you shouldn't choose red paper if so) or a prismatic, I have also found that the triangle above the arrows makes a good sight picture as well.

The white area above the two arrows and below the triangle can be occupied by a 2 MOA reticule which fits nicely for a good precise aiming point.

To replace the target, simply cut an hourglass shaped piece of white paper to tape to the front and tape a piece of white paper on the back of the target to cover any holes in the red areas.




I see that you have laid out your triangles precisely with a grid. what are the measurements? it looks to be 1 inch squares, which makes sense whn thinking of MOA.
thanks,
e
Link Posted: 7/22/2011 5:01:46 PM EDT

Originally Posted By EGSMachine:
Originally Posted By HK_Shooter_03:



I see that you have laid out your triangles precisely with a grid. what are the measurements? it looks to be 1 inch squares, which makes sense whn thinking of MOA.
thanks,
e


Howdy! In my case, I cut the paper from corner to corner and the grids in the center are 1" each.
Link Posted: 10/2/2011 12:09:56 PM EDT
Wow this is one of the why didn't I think of that times. Thanks for the great target idea
Link Posted: 10/2/2011 4:49:06 PM EDT
You're welcome. Glad you like it!

Here's the video that goes along with the original post should anyone find this thread and not the other:

http://www.youtube.com/SpikesShootingTeam
http://www.facebook.com/spikesshootingteam
Link Posted: 10/30/2016 2:16:22 PM EDT
I made something similar to this once to shoot iron sights at a distance. It really helps get a center hold on the target.
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