This target was designed to provide a plan for your warmup drills with rds for your pistol, but can be used with rifle too with some modification.
This target is a good way to ensure you are hitting as much of the different facets of your training as possible. By doing the drill in order, you will progress from slow aim fire to weapon manipulation to cadence and throttle control.
Target 1 works on training your sight alignment and trigger squeeze through slow aim fire, draws, reloads, recoil management and well aimed follow up shots after the reload.
All drills are started from the holster with the exception of the first and second. Drills three and beyond are all from the holster working draws and reloads. Remember that each drill builds on the previous one. What you reinforce in one drill should be carried over to the next. Target 2 trains on the more advanced aspects of shooting such as cadence, recoil management, and throttle control.
Drill 5 is to determine the speed you can accurately hit different sized targets. This is accomplished through the use of your "cadence" which is explained on it.
Count them out loud and break each shot as you say the number. Throughout this drill reset your trigger and get your sights back on target quickly.
Think about resetting your trigger and sights as the slide moves back forward chambering a round. You can also save the GIF image to your computer by either RIGHT clicking your mouse, or tap and hold, on the button labeled "GIF File" and selecting "save target as" from the popup menu or by RIGHT clicking your mouse, or tap and hold, on the actual image after opening the printable page and clicking "save picture as" from the popup menu.
After saving the file to your computer, you can use any graphics based program to open and print it or you can use Microsoft Word or Open Office Writer to open it or import it as a background allowing you to add text to the file. There will be a printer icon in the top left corner. Simply click or tap this icon to print your target. A box will open allowing you to make any necessary adjustments before printing. To save the PDF target file, there will be an icon next to the printer icon which will let you save the file to your computer or you can right click, or tap and hold, on the "PDF File" button for a menu.
Our targets which include specific measured grid lines are only available in PDF format. When printing the measured grid targets, in addition to the PDF printing instructions above, there is an additional item you will want to make sure is set properly before you print. It is the "Page Scaling" setting in the printer dialog box. Make sure this is set to "None". This target is recommended for sighting in your rifle 1" high. This is perfect for sighting in varmint rifles at yards or rimfire rifles at 25 to 50 yards.
What could be worse than one charging rhino? Great for small bore rifles and air guns. Garmin Rino Review This review will come in a few separate segments as I continue to use the Rino This is my first Rino but not my first Garmin. I am moving from the Garmin 60cs and have used it many years for hunting and wilderness hikes. I also have experience using a friends Garmin HCx so I will make some comparisons along the way. Many of my hunts or hikes are in roadless areas with no trails and in the tall timber where landmarks cannot be seen.