Versatile Sniper Target Facilitates 100-Meter Zero and Effective Target Practice
The No. 9131 is a dedicated milliradian-based target for precision shooters. Its 1 cm (1/10 mil at 100 meters) grid is designed for true-distance zeroing. A 1 cm block within the central diamond defines the point of aim when using high-magnification optics. Scaled bullseye and scoring rings represent an MR-1 target presented at 500 meters. 1, 2, and 3 MOA rings check grouping in accordance with published standards.
Preformatted fields assist in the calculation of data on previous engagements (DOPE). Durable and weatherproof Rite in the Rain cardstock holds up under rain and through abuse to deliver well-defined groups, no matter the conditions.
Weight: 2.3 lbs
Pack Qty: 100
very cool, need splatter burst for us old dudes though. Easier to see
How’s it react to being shot? Is it a clean hole, larger tearing, or similar to heavy paper?
One of either two things will probably happen to Rite In The Rain: either REI and the rest of the “Fellow Traveler” mountain gear outfits will stop carrying their notebooks and journals, or RITR will quickly see the “error of their ways” and stop making targets. This brand is deeply entrenched in the “dirtbag” / “traveler” genre and may not want to lose market share. The risk is akin to a brand like NorthFace releasing a camo line.
Hey Dan: Ya got a website for “Rite in the Rain” as I’d like to buy a few packages of these excellent looking targets from them?
Thanks, Bob Stack