silhouette target

silhouette target

[‚sil·ə′wet ′tär·gət]
(ordnance)
Target whose shape is outlined against a light background, although its body features cannot be clearly seen.
Practice target consisting of the dark image of a person or object outlined against a light background.
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38/44 for long-range shooting and his book has targets pictured with all six shots on a silhouette target shot at 300 yards with iron sights.
I had practiced enough that if I went prone or used a rest, such as a car hood, I could keep at least four or five rounds from the eight-round magazine on a silhouette target at 100 meters.
In our police qualification course, it's not uncommon for cops to completely miss the B-27 silhouette target from the 25-yard line.
Three versions are available: the 20 x 35 inch Double Stack Kit, 20 x 35 inch Single Stack Kit and the 12 x 18 inch Silhouette Target.
E-type Silhouette Target (NSN: 6920-00-795-1806 or NSN: 6920-00-600-6874)
It's common to see shooters barely keep their shots on a silhouette target at 5 yards and then call it good enough for self-defense.
That's right, fellas--unloading a Smith & Wesson double-action revolver on a silhouette target isn't just for boys anymore.
See was at a three-gun shooting event in which shotguns loaded with fine lead shot had to be used on a steel silhouette target.
Applicants must put 10 shots in a black silhouette target from just seven yards.
Armed: eight more hours of classroom firearm training-four hours on range and marksmanship training-with 75 percent score on silhouette target course.
As a result, Ron Norton fired the 100yard group on an LE silhouette target and got a 5.