Printable Targets


It’s easy to get distracted while isolating fundamentals and get off course. The primary purpose of this warm up target is to keep shooters focused and on track. Better training and more effective reps are achieved this way. Total round count is 90 which is 6 mags of 15.
Prints on 8.5″ x 11″ paper.


This consists of four, five, or six round volleys. Starting out going 50% speed, going to 60%, 70%, and work your way up to 110% to find your failure point. You can perform 6 volleys or so on this one piece of paper. You can try starting off aiming at a circle and fire one volley with eyes closed to see how well your recoil management is bringing the gun back on target.
Prints on 8.5″ x 11″ paper.


This target assists in cadence and rhythm. Both work different skills.

This one is to work balance of speed and accuracy. Rather than counting in your head when shooting the target, shoot as fast as you can keep rounds inside the circles. On the smaller circles, cadence will slow down. Try to maintain consistency. You’ll want your splits to be something like… .30, .31, .30, .32, etc. Not: .32, .37, .34, .43. Use a shot timer to record your splits by hitting the timer and waiting a second or two and begin the string of fire.

Prints on 8.5″ x 11″ paper.


This target will identify trigger deficiencies. Shooting from 3-4 yards, fire one round per black circle. No make ups. With this target it will become very evident how you press the trigger.
Prints on 8.5″ x 11″ paper.


Its easy to lose focus when shooting a high round count drill on single target. As focus wavers, accuracy tends to suffer. This target will help with that. Video tutorial here.
Prints on 8.5″ x 11″ paper.


10 rounds total. The goal is to put 4 rounds in the center circle, 2 rounds in the medium circles, and a single round in the small ones. In any order you want. From the draw. At 5 yards. This is a good drill to work basic target transitions and throttle control. All on one piece of paper.

You can watch a video demo of this drill here.

Prints on 8.5″ x 11″ paper.


This is similar to a FAST drill. From a low/high ready, 5-10-15 yards from target, you engage 4 rounds into one circle, slide-lock reload and then fire 4 into the other circle. This drill can also be shot with a pistol.
Prints on 8.5″ x 11″ paper.


We recommend bench resting the pistol for stability, as you will want to minimize any potential human error.

Start at 10 yards and aim for the point of the triangle in the center of the small square. Your impact when zeroed should be within the center of that square.

Then take the same target out to 25 yards to confirm your zero on the larger triangle/square and make any minor adjustments that may be needed.

Prints on 8.5″ x 11″ paper.


How to Zero in 2 Minutes

Prints on 8.5″ x 11″ paper.