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Old 11-04-2012, 04:38 AM   #1
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SIG Factory Test Target

I did a search but can't find information on the size of the triangle aiming point or the circles drawn around the five-shot group. Can anyone tell me the dimensions? I think knowing the sizes is very useful in judging the relative accuracy of the pistol tested. Thanks, Ed
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Old 11-04-2012, 07:01 AM   #2
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The test target I have measures as follows:

Circle: 16cm or 6-5/16"
Triangle: 5cm or 1-15/16"
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Mine did not come with a test target. It must have been so bad that they threw it away LOL.
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agree on large circle & triangle

smaller circles: as measured on actual target.

big 1.75"/4.5mm
small 1.375"/3.5mm
220 Sport N
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Bear, your pistol holds less than an inch-and-a-half off the bench. Impressive. I'll bet T. Boegel looked at that target and thought, "Whoever owns this pistol is going to be one happy sumbitch..."
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no ****, & then ein beer fraulein.
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