The EZ2C Target Package bundles five of the company’s target styles in a 200-count bulk pack. Designed to make paper punching easy, fun and effective, each target is printed on white, 11"x17" paper and features a 1" grid pattern to facilitate accurate sighting adjustments. The included styles feature high-contrast, red-and-black-on-white targets, and versions include five-spots, double diamonds, a large circle, a large diamond and the company’s “best sight-in target.” Price: $38. Contact: EZ2C Targets; (855) 357-3922; ez2ctargets.com.
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