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February 14, 1999, 10:46 PM
Hi Folks,

I know I "tooting my own horn", but I'm also trying to make this information available, too.

I've re-vamped my Target Page (http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/TPHaller/page3.html) so that there are JPEGs available for all the targets.

Even the "Real Picture" animal targets are now downloadable.

Just trying to help!


[This message has been edited by ThomasH (edited February 14, 1999).]

4V50 Gary
February 14, 1999, 11:58 PM
That's as politically incorrect as you can get with animals. Thank you for what I believe can be many pleasurable visits to the range.

February 18, 1999, 06:25 PM

You are very welcome. Careful you don't bite your tongue! :)

I also made the animal pictures larger (on the targets, not the web page!), and re-posted them. You might want to re-visit the page to download the improved version.

(And I removed any connection with Third Parties, which was just asking for trouble!)

Bang! I'm having fun!


March 4, 1999, 12:59 PM
Hi folks,

I had some room on my <A HREF="http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/TPHaller">web page</A> allocation, so at the urging of my friends (both of them!), I have posted some of my more "exotic" bullseye designs.

They have such features as "3D" bullseyes, and "shaded" rings. Included is my "Area 51" or "Roswell" Blind Man target, where the bullseye looks like a flying saucer.

And I do "take requests"! If you have a idea for a target, and would like me to try and "realize" it for you, let me know. I'm not doing this to make money, just to have fun!


March 8, 1999, 11:33 AM
ThomasH - Nice targets!

but how to print them bigger than a 8 1/2" x 11" peice of paper? :)

March 9, 1999, 08:43 AM
Hi Hairball!

> "but how to print them bigger than a 8 1/2" x 11" peice of paper?"
Well, to do it the "easy" way, you'd need an espensive printer! Maybe a Kinko's can help!

The other way is to split the target into 8.5x11 pieces, then print them on individual pieces of paper, then cut and paste (or tape) the pieces together. Works "fine".

But then again, unless you using a bow and arrow, why would you need a bigger target?! http://www.bladeforums.com/images/upload/ferret.jpg



March 9, 1999, 02:14 PM
You know, i actually do a lot of target practice with a bow! :)

But maybe i want to do something crazy with your targets, like, i dunno, test shotgun patterning with them or something!!