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Old October 15, 2001, 02:30 PM   #4
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They do, of the projected video display type. $10 per use, or thereabouts. Not exactly good for weekly practise on sight alignment, trigger control, and reload drills, but OK for occasional shoot-no shoot drills.
My comments above referred to "standard" ranges, where you can put up a target and shoot at it, ast varying distances. Rangemasters of Utah down in Springville also has the video projection offerings, but with a "standard" range as well. Best.
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