Birchwood Casey Shoot•N•C 12" Sight-In, 12 targets
Key Features of the Shoot N C Targets
- Bullet holes are revealed with bright chartreuse rings.
- Self-adhesive backing makes birchwood casey targets easy to put up.
- Convenient 1” numbered grid lines simplify scope adjustments.
- Great for indoor or outdoor use and low-light conditions.
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Customer Ratings & Reviews
Excellent Reactive Targets for Easy Shot Placement Visuals
If you are genuinely interested easily and conveniently to quickly eyeball your shot placement while at the range, the shoot-n-c targets are for you. With a proper spotting scope or binoculars, you can instantly get feedback on shot placement. So, if efficiency is essential to you, get these targets. Also, the handy blackout cover-up stickers that are included are helpful to keep using the same goal over and over to get your money's worth.
Seeing your hits with shoot and c targets
I have used these shoot NC targets for sighting in rifles at 100 yards. The hits are easier to see than on a regular paper target. One inch squares make adjustments quick and straightforward, no guesswork, count squares, and adjust up, down, left, right. Five targets on one page, peel off stickers on the bottom of page, to cover hits, allowing for more shooting or additional points to shoot at. Cost more than paper targets, but you get so much more. Oh, I have not tried, but I think you can peel the entire target from the backing, and it can be stuck to a cardboard box or a wooden board, it is made like a postage stamp, with adhesive on one side.
Present personal favorite Reactive Target
My current favorite Reactive target, at 100 yards, I can see most hits with the help of optics. One inch grid makes sighting in easier, five targets in one, patches at the bottom to cover some shot holes. Bright orange spots to shoot, are visible at 100 yards.