Paper silhouette targets can be expensive when ordered from a catalog. Here is a quick and easy way to make your own.
Even better, they are free.
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Step 1: Materials Needed
One or more paper grocery bags The ones I use are called #1/6 and are 17" tall, 12" wide, and 7" deep.
I always say "paper" when I go to the grocery store so my bags are free.
scissors or utility knife
Step 2: Cutting Instructions
First, cut the folded bag length-ways as show in the photo. Make sure you cut through all of the layers
Step 3: Open the Bag.
Open the bag halves and cut down the edge of the seam that previously joined the front and back of the bag to the bottom. Do both sides.
Step 4: Unfold
After completing all cuts bag halves can be refolded or laid flat until you decide to target practice.
The finished target is approximately 19" wide and 23" tall
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