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PostPosted: Sat Dec 24, 2016 9:09 pm 
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They are closed until Jan 4 to ask questions. Does anyone use their 5 meter pistol target 106T and are they same heavy weight as the
10 meter target 103T ? ( previously labelled as Art 3000) which I have been using. I have some 103T targets from several years ago which are a less weight paper and does not leave perfect hole and is not on their site anymore.


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PostPosted: Sun Dec 25, 2016 8:11 am 
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ten-ring wrote:
They are closed until Jan 4 to ask questions. Does anyone use their 5 meter pistol target 106T and are they same heavy weight as the
10 meter target 103T ? ( previously labelled as Art 3000) which I have been using. I have some 103T targets from several years ago which are a less weight paper and does not leave perfect hole and is not on their site anymore.


Not quite sure what you're saying... The 103T targets ARE on their web site: http://www.ebay.ca/itm/Double-Sided-Com ... 4d41f02eb5

I've never used their 5 meter targets as I have 10 meters both at home and at work. I really like their 103T targets, and I get perfect holes with them. Those targets are made by Kruger in Germany and I ordered a batch from them as well, and unlike the ones Cibles has made for them, these are printed only on one side. And the Kruger targets are on thinner paper, but I still get perfect holes with them.

(Never quite understood the reason for having targets printed on both sides, unless perhaps it's so that you could shoot one side first and then turn them over and shoot the other side, thus doubling your stock. :) )

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PostPosted: Sun Dec 25, 2016 9:37 am 
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Yes , their heavier 103T is on the site and I have used them for several years. Up to a year ago they were labelled Art 3000. and before then they were from Edelmann (?)
I mentioned I have some 103T paper targets left over from my first purchase from Cibles maybe 9 years ago. These do not make perfect
holes. I don't shoot in competitions but I like clean results. Since I do most shooting at 17 feet , I may switch to the 106T if it is heavy.
I will call them in January.


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