105 Targets, Shooting Drills
Seven targets, 15 of each - 105 qty total.
1. Pistol Warm Up
2. Thug Knife Threat 90º
3. Moving Sight Picture
5. FOUR 3D
7. Standing Kneeling Prone
All targets Feature:
- Suggested shooting drills are posted in the Frog Blog for Standing Kneeling Prone, FOUR, Moving Sight Picture and Pistol Warmup.
- Shading reduces glare outdoors, enhances contrast & depth, and night vision device compatible.
- Super thick paper resists weather and show’s shot groups better; Also, ideally suited for Airsoft, UTM, and Simunition training.
- Size - 21 X 33 inches long, suitable for the Shoot House and most outdoor target stands.
1. Pistol Warmup Description:
To maintain perishable skills shoot this target first, firing the first 5 rounds through the hostage takers head. Then, follow the suggested shooting drills and finish up by firing the last 5 rounds into the hostage taker (again). This target is intended to build fundamental skill as well as build the confidence to take a real hostage shot.
2. Thug_Knife 90º Description:
Threats in the real-world present themselves at various angles, therefore this target character is depicted bladed, encouraging the shooter to think 3 dimensional about round placement. Law enforcement and those carrying concealed should train to eliminated a knife-threat.3. Moving Sight Picture Description:
Designed to teach advanced shooting concepts, such as, maintaining a sight picture while moving the muzzle and pressing the trigger. We found this to be a versatile target works well for a variety of shooting drills, especially magazine change drills. Beginner and novice shooters will find 15 different aiming points to practice fundamental skills.
4. COA Description:
How do you learn to think your way through a gunfight? Situational awareness and critical thinking skills are known to diminish when endorphins like epinephrine enter the blood stream. This target is instrumental in teaching crucial thinking skills while pressing the trigger.
This target was developed at the direction of Johnny Primo, a decorated army Special Forces soldier. Johnny provides a variety of tactical training and his company is called, Courses of Action (COA).
Drill #1 - 3 yards/ 9 feet - Shoot 5 rounds into each shape. Different sizes and shapes change the difficulty and simulate distance. 5 rounds into 20 different shapes = 100 rounds. Score it to assess progress each trip to the range.
Drill #2 - 3 yards / 9 feet - Shoot three rounds into each shape, aiming for each eye and one round on the mouth, or tongue. 20 different shapes + 3 rounds each = 60 rounds.
5. Four 3D Description:
This target encourages creative training design emphasizing cognitive abilities during training. Instructors may call out colors, shapes, animals, or numbers. These types of drills are excellent for learning to think while performing all other points of performance related to shooting. The US Army Special Forces (Green Berets) emphasize this type of training, incorporating complex shooting drills intended to train the shooter to think through the situation.
- 16 different aiming points dispersed across 4 different targets.
- EIGHT squares containing a centralized 1 inch square are located at the corners of each target. Well suited for grouping exercises and sighting in Red Dot optics.
6. Target FOUR Description:
This target is the work-horse used for all handgun, rifle and precision rifle training. Also, ideally suited for sighting in red-dot optics. Shooting drills for this particular target are listed in the Frog Blog.
Each target shape is exactly 1/2 the size of a full-size IPSC target (18X30 inches). The FOUR targets depicted are 9 inches across and 15 inches long. The center zone in the middle of the target is 3 inches across.
- The gray contrasting background makes this ideally well suited for night vision and laser devices.
- Paper, eliminates the refraction hazard associated with using lasers on steel.
- Overall Size - 21 X 33 inches long.
- Super thick paper resists weather and show's shot groups better.
7. Standing Kneeling Prone Description:
There are extensive shooting drills that accompany this target. Check the blog, or just click on the link above, which will bring you to the blog to read more about how to use this target.