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Reviewed in the United States on August 30, 2016
I ordered the 90# paper to use as range targets. It is a little lighter than standard shooting target paper, but I believe it will hold up well enough for the task. I would probably go for the 110# paper next time. The packaging came slightly torn, but the paper was fine.

I use a staple gun to hang the targets up on plywood, JT21's. I tried using plain copy paper, but they tore to shreds when trying to remove the targets. I'm hoping the 90# paper weight will work better.

The sheets bowed a little after printing, but leaving them compressed overnight with a book or two does the trick. The paper worked fine in my very old, b&w, laser-jet HP 1012. Now I need to find a color printer to make them look even better!

Edit: I just tested them out at the archery range and the 90# paper held up fine. Probably just heavy enough, so the 110# is probably worth the minimal price increase. I hung the targets up with two plastic stakes. Beats paying 50 cents per archery target!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great paper for making your own shooting range targets!
By JC on August 30, 2016
I ordered the 90# paper to use as range targets. It is a little lighter than standard shooting target paper, but I believe it will hold up well enough for the task. I would probably go for the 110# paper next time. The packaging came slightly torn, but the paper was fine.

I use a staple gun to hang the targets up on plywood, JT21's. I tried using plain copy paper, but they tore to shreds when trying to remove the targets. I'm hoping the 90# paper weight will work better.

The sheets bowed a little after printing, but leaving them compressed overnight with a book or two does the trick. The paper worked fine in my very old, b&w, laser-jet HP 1012. Now I need to find a color printer to make them look even better!

Edit: I just tested them out at the archery range and the 90# paper held up fine. Probably just heavy enough, so the 110# is probably worth the minimal price increase. I hung the targets up with two plastic stakes. Beats paying 50 cents per archery target!
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