Target printing software. Over 500 pistol and rifle targets designed for printing from your computer. Most targets are designed for 8.5" x 11" paper, with regular and ink saving versions. Create your own targets with the TargetWizard.
Description: TargetExpress target printing software. Over 500 pistol and rifle targets designed for printing from your computer. These are hi-quality vector drawn targets, not bitmap images. You get clean crisp looking prints from every target. TargetExpress includes: IPSC, IPDA, NRA, ISSF, IBS, Military and LE, IHMA, 100 and 200 yard MOA sighting, standard pistol, animal, and many other targets. The new TargetWizard option allows you to create your own targets. TargetExpress has a cool scale target for distance feature, allowing you to scale targets out to 1000 meters. The target tiling option allows you to tile small targets to fill the full printer page. Most targets are designed for 8.5" x 11" paper. All targets come with regular black, ink saving gray, and hi-visibility orange bull's-eye versions. For larger targets, TargetExpress will print tiled pages that can be trimmed and taped together to produce the full size target. Large targets can also be scaled down to fit any size paper. TargetExpress has a convenient build in thumbnail viewer to quickly view and select the targets you wish to print.
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