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    Question military targets figure 11 /12 ect

    any one know a source for figure 11 or figure 12 siouloutte targets

    they are an image of a charging soldier......
    or the smaller version 12/59 for snap shooting
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    the figure 14 a target of a soldiers helmeted head .........all are / were used by the canadian /brits /aussie military for training and competion.:eek:

    i want to get a few for a club ww2 service rifle shoot we plan .
    any help most welcomed either a source or a few targets ..
    thanks from don in eastern canada

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    I have a small WWII target of a kneeling German, used to sight the rifle in at very close range. Not exactly what you're looking for, but I could scan it, send you a copy if that'd help your efforts at all.

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    are you looking for scaled down silouettes on one sheet of heavy paper, that you set out at 25 meters from the firing line? each silouette represents what that will look like at the distances indicated






    http://speedwelltargets.com/cart/ind...ndex&cPath=6_8

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    thank if you google figure 11 or figure 11/59 you will see what im seeking they are brit /canadian targets . on heavy paper
    thanks

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    heres some photos figure 11 ful size 44inch x18 inch charging man.

    the 2 small are figure 12 and 12 c for snap shooting .

    the grayish looking target is
    figure 14 about 12x12 inches for snap shooting as well. ( nicknamed the huns head )

    hope this helps /its what im looking for
    Last edited by nb.nagantsniper; 11-20-2009 at 08:50 AM. Reason: update ad photos

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    Quote Originally Posted by nb.nagantsniper View Post
    any one know a source for figure 11 or figure 12 siouloutte targets

    they are an image of a charging soldier......
    or the smaller version 12/59 for snap shooting
    or
    the figure 14 a target of a soldiers helmeted head .........all are / were used by the canadian /brits /aussie military for training and competion.:eek:

    i want to get a few for a club ww2 service rifle shoot we plan .
    any help most welcomed either a source or a few targets ..
    thanks from don in eastern canada
    I have a stack that may be OK ,im in orstraya and that may :eek:be a problem.

    send me your e mail address and i will send you a pic.
    Paul

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    i sent a pm with my email let me know ...........thanks from don in canada

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    Try this :D
    I can cut out the centers and send them ,whens your shoot

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    Question ok

    shoot is planned for (i hope) this spring perhaps may 21st /victoria day week end.
    i send another email with my info just email me direct perhaps we can do a little deal or trade ?
    from don in canada



    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Beer View Post
    Try this :D
    I can cut out the centers and send them ,whens your shoot

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    Hi

    if you look at the bottom of the targets they should have a NSN.
    Nato stock number it should be a 13 digit or a 9 digit number .

    get that number and then go to a site like ISOparts

    Iso parts deal with Military and Aviation Parts.
    supply them with the number and they should be able to help you (at a price of course).

    although I must say this advise isn't worth two bob when compared with the hassle you will be going to.

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    i am ex military and understand the nato number you mention.
    thanks .
    why would that be such a hassle to look into ?? i have no dealing of or with iso.

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    Speedwell Targets has what appears to be a figure 11 target. It is listed under their "State, Municipal, Center Mass" Tab, and then look under Vancouver.

    I don't know if they will ship to Canada... I don't see why not.

    Good Luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deputy Dan View Post
    Speedwell Targets has what appears to be a figure 11 target. It is listed under their "State, Municipal, Center Mass" Tab, and then look under Vancouver.

    I don't know if they will ship to Canada... I don't see why not.

    Good Luck!
    Dang , I am in the market for about 6 to 9 of those.
    Seems like they only sell them in batches of 200.
    Group buy anyone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sundaywalker View Post
    Dang , I am in the market for about 6 to 9 of those.
    Seems like they only sell them in batches of 200.
    Group buy anyone?

    I FOUND A SELLER IN ENGLAND / UK WITH A VERSION OF THESES IN BLACK AND WHITE .
    he sells then in individual or small ammounts as you are seeking
    reasonable cost and reasonable postage .
    go on ebay and search for sas targets or 11/59 or such
    goood luck /seasons best

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    None of these would be correct for any WWII "Course of Fire" or indeed any "Course of Fire" into the late 1940s!

    It is a long time since I did all this but for WWII you need just "tin hat" bullseye targets (as seen in the Swift Training Target pictures) and Fig 3 and Fig 4 targets.

    If you google Lee Enfield Rifle Association you will eventually get a link to their website and through that to their forum.

    They will help I am sure.

    I do have pretty much all the "Courses of Fire" from late 1930s up to late 1940s. So you can choose SMLE (early war) or No 4 (late war). If you're competition isn't too close in time to December I can maybe assist with photocopies of them.

    PM me with the distances you have available to shoot at and I'll sort something out in terms of what was actually shot at those distances.

    Here is also a good start for indoor 22 SMLE use...very good in fact:

    http://www.rifleman.org.uk/targetry.htm
    Last edited by enfieldspares; 12-18-2009 at 04:47 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nb.nagantsniper View Post
    I FOUND A SELLER IN ENGLAND / UK WITH A VERSION OF THESES IN BLACK AND WHITE .
    he sells then in individual or small ammounts as you are seeking
    reasonable cost and reasonable postage .
    go on ebay and search for sas targets or 11/59 or such
    goood luck /seasons best
    Thank you very much.

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    Thumbs up thanks

    hello the targets arrived thanks for the help hope my items arrived down under as well.
    seasons best sir !!:D
    from
    don


    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Beer View Post
    I have a stack that may be OK ,im in orstraya and that may :eek:be a problem.

    send me your e mail address and i will send you a pic.
    Paul

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    ERR ,how do you log on to read messages on these here new fangled forums ??

    items arrived OK ,going to shoot service rifle after christmas on our annual trip and grog up to warnnambool ,the cameras going some there should be a you tube or two in it .

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    I can make some phone calls back to some friends in Quantico after the Holidays and have them do some research. We used those targets for combat matches on the Marine Corps Rifle Team in preparation for our matches with the British Royal Marines at CTC Lympstone, England. I know they still use them as I myself just let the team in 2008.

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    Default military targets figure 11 /12 ect

    Our main office in Switzerland can supply the targets that you are looking for, but in low quantities they can be expensive, they are made of "Coraplast" material it is a plastic "cardboard" and quite durable. check our web sites for contact info.
    www.sius.com or www.siususa.com . we supply all the electronic targets for the Olympics and for ISSF, we also do military and law enforcement systems.

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