Over the past few years we have developed three targets for use in classes. This post shares downloadable images of those targets that you can print out and use.
The KRT-1 is mainly used for the 16x16x16 drill. You can buy full size copies from Action Target, but if you want to print a single copy to try, you can print these two pages (upper is 11×14, lower is 11×17) to build one. We created this because all the colored / numbered shape targets on the market were all 24″ wide, and we use USPSA/IDPA style 18″ wide target stands. An extended discussion of the design of this target and its uses can be found in our Strategies and Standards for Defensive Pistol Training book.
The KRT-2 is used for the Three Seconds or Less test. An extended discussion of the design of this target and its uses can be found in our Strategies and Standards for Defensive Pistol Training book.
The newest one is the KRT-3 target. This one is also intended to be printed on 11×17 paper and used for 25 yard zeroing. The grid is 1″. The idea behind this target is that the giant plus sign (instead of a bullseye) gives you more visual information and makes it easier to consistently align the sights with the target. I use this target for verifying the gun’s zero and mechanical accuracy. The 3″ dots can be used at any distance for slow fire group shooting or any “dot” drill.