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Precision Target Events-CFI AP-1 (paper or cardboard). The target will be of the configuration and dimensions described in Fig. 1. Targets may be made of paper or cardboard. All scoring lines will be of low visibility. (Refer to CFI Rule Book Sec.14 for scoring procedures) The cardboard target must have printed on it the words “CFI AP-1 Official for a Provincial or National event.” Cardboard used must have no treating for weather or other purpose.

CFI AP-2 Target-The AP-2 Target is a reduction of the AP-1 Target and is used for firing the precision target events (25 yard, 25 meter, 35 yard, and 50 yard stages) where there is a maximum shooting distance of 50 feet. The target will be of the configuration and dimensions described in Fig. 2 (Refer to Sec. 14 for scoring procedures)

Falling Plate Target-The target will be a series of 8” diameter round targets, made from .375 (3/8) inch-thick steel and have a minimum rating of AR500. The target must be knocked down to score as a hit. (Refer to Sec. 14 for scoring procedure).

Alternate Falling Plate Target – The target will be an 8” diameter round target, made from 3/8 or 1/2 inch thick Elastimax or similar self-sealing plastic material. The target must be knocked down to score as a hit.

Combat Target-The CFI B-18 Target is used for the combat event. The top edge of the scoring area begins at the upper midpoint in the 6 ring and ends at the lower midpoint of the 6 ring at the bottom of the target. It is divided into 5 scoring zones, (hits outside the 6 ring are scored as misses). The 10 ring is formed by two vertical lines 5cm long, 10cm apart and joined at the top and bottom by semicircles with 5cm radius. The 10 ring is therefore 10cm wide and 15 cm high. The 9 through 6rings are similarly shaped with their widths successively increased by 10cm (5cm on each side) and their heights by 15cm (7.5cm at the top and bottom). The center of the 10 ring must be 37.5cm from the top of the target. The 10 ring is not numbered. See Fig. 4. The B-24 target is used for firing at 50 feet. (Refer to Sec. 14 for scoring procedures)