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Standard stage numbering system


Nimitz
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Ok, as requested by Zack I've attached diagrams of all 8 stages showing how the standard numbering system works so that everyone is working from the same reference point. The numbering system works as follows:

plate #1 is always the left most target as seen when you stand in the shooting box. You then simply number the rest in order as you see them going to the right so that the right most plate will always be #5.

Hopefully this will help everyone when discussing stage shooting orders ....

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It would be helpful for many if the stage diagrams had a small inset showing the target positions in scale. I use such drawings to set up stages on a short range. We have 8", 10" and 12" targets that we position at the correct "angle" and scaled distance.

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It would be helpful for many if the stage diagrams had a small inset showing the target positions in scale. I use such drawings to set up stages on a short range. We have 8", 10" and 12" targets that we position at the correct "angle" and scaled distance.

In the summer issue of Front Sight magazine I have an article coming out where I show you how to setup reduced sized stages so that even if you don't have a bay to setup the stage normally you can still practice correctly ....

I will be publishing the diagrams here: www.SteelShootBanners.com for people to download for free to use ... PM me if you have any questions ...

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