Create Your Own with Birchwood Casey’s New Print-N-C Targets

Print N C

Birchwood Casey offers a wide range of targets that brightly mark shots as the bullet passes through the paper. Called Shoot-N-C, the targets offer instant feedback for shooters and can make a first time range trip much more enjoyable for both kids and adults. For those of us that have been around the block a few times, it can still aid greatly in spotting where the bullets are going.

While Birchwood Casey offers a range of target styles with the Shoot-N-C technology, the company is now offering a new product that makes the possibilities endless: the Print-N-C.

The new Print-N-C is a reactive paper that allows you to print images from your computer directly onto the target. After printing the image, you simply shoot it as you would any of the Shoot-N-C targets and a white ring will appear around the bullet hole. So, if you do a particular kind of hunting, you could use images of that game animal that is specific to your area on these targets for an additional level of realism.

Unfortunately, the targets are not cheap. A pack of three 8.5″x11″ sheets carries a suggested retail price of $11.20. The upside is that you can use any kind of image you like, and the sheets are usable with both inkjet and laser printers.

Richard Johnson

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  • Neat, but way too expensive to be practical for anyone that shoots a descent amount. Particularly when a 25 back of a similar sized Dirty Bird bullseye target is $8 on Amazon.

    And I can order a box of a couple hundred bullseye repair centers (similar size) for around $20 delivered (based on the last time I ordered from National Target).

  • Nandor

    $3 a page? Jeez that’s a really expensive paper jam.

  • .45

    Rather expensive, but I forsee a lot of them being printed with the face of certain politicians and featuring prominently in Facebook posts of fat guys in ill fitting Condor chestrigs and the cheapest ARs known to man showing off their subpar accuracy at 50 yards…

  • Disarmed in CA

    At that price those holes had better bleed.

    • Brandon M

      Heck yeah. I mean, even at .50 cents a page, I think people would make the investment for nice custom targets. But $3 a page, there HAS to be some kind of incentive or cool effect…

  • Eric Frey

    Imma shoot a picture of a pumpkin, taped to a pumpkin, with a pump shotgun.

  • B. Young

    Anything over about $.20 a sheet is crazy. About $.05 a page would be more reasonable based on my limited knowledge of “every kind of paper made in the USA”…

    • Brandon M

      So at about $5 per 500 pages, that’s only about 1 cent per page, so 5 cents seems reasonable. Even at 20 cents, I may buy some… But at the current price, they’re delusional if they think they’re going to make sales…

  • Sasquatch

    Hmmm for people who cant properly use a computer. Been printing off targets for a good while now.


    Now all I need to find are photos of my cowork…….er……

    random people everone hates.