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This is going to make shooting much more fun not having to deal with trying to make a bullseye from hand... or cutting out cardboard pieces and trying not to get my hands paint on them
What paint should I use?
We find that auto primer works best. Use a quality brand like Rustoleum.
Cheaper primers have less pigment and take longer to dry.
Light colors work best, particularly in low-light environments.
Do not let paint dry with stencils on targets
This will effectively glue your stencil to the target.
Stick stencil to target, apply a very light coat
of primer and remove stencil right away.
If you get drips or running you used too
much primer, a light coat is all it takes.
Targets can typically be shot immediately after
Do not use laquer based paints, it will eat them
These magnetic stencils are made with iron-infused rubber
similar to a common refrigerator magnet.
Lacquer-based paints will eat them.
If your target does not stick to target, flip it over.
These stencils use an arrangement of magnets calledsuperposition to strengthen the magnetic field on one
side of the array while canceling the field on the other side.
That is a complicated way of saying, if it does not stick, flip it over.