Print your own game shooting targets for free!

The targets on this page include the games of darts, battleship and golf. There are various targets for each game. You can play the games any way that you like or you can follow the suggested playing instructions which are included below.

All targets are available in gif graphic files and/or in pdf files. The gif files are smaller file sizes and are quicker to click and print while the pdf files are larger, but are of higher quality.

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**Playing instructions:** There are many games that can be played on a dartboard. Using a dartboard as a shooting target will limit how you play, unless you have plenty of ammo. Described below are two possible versions to play.

**"Round The Clock" or "Around The World":** The object here is to hit the "1" first. (Not the actual number but the corresponding triangular area next to the number.) Then after hitting the number "1", you try for "2" then "3", etc. After hitting the numbers "1" through "20", some people play that you would then have to hit the bullseye to win. To play this way you would have to have at least 21 shots to win. You can alter the game by starting with "2" then "4", then "6" etc. for a total of 11 shots including the bullseye. Or you can start at "5" then "10", then "15", etc. for a total of 5 shots including the bullseye. It is also best for each person playing to have their own target sheet to shoot at so you can tell who shot what.

**"501" or "301":** To play this game you would make a shot or a series of shots and then deduct the value of the number you hit from the starting number. For example if you are playing "301" and on your first shot you hit the number 20, you would deduct 20 from 301 changing you score to 281. If you hit the outer red and green circle, the score counts as double the number hit. If you hit the inner red and green circle, the score counts as triple the number hit. You continue in this manner until the first person gets a score of 0. Most people play that you must hit 0 exactly. For instance, if your score is 15, you must hit the number 15 in one shot or a combination of 15 in two or more shots to exactly deduct 15 to arrive at 0. Since starting at the number 301 or 501 would result in many, many shots, you can pick your own starting number depending on how many shots you would like to have to make. A separate target for each player is a must in this game.

A standard dartboard type of shooting target. Colors are black, white, red and green.

The same target as above except with no colors other than at the bullseye. Colors are black, white, red and green.

A standard dartboard type of shooting target except with the numbers inside the outer dartboard circle to allow a larger target. Colors are black, white, red and green.

**Playing instructions:** This set of game targets is very similar to the classic game of battleship. The object is to shoot your opponent's ships before they shoot all of your ships.

Battleship targets 1 and 2 below each contain two sets of five ships on each target sheet. To play, you must decide who owns the ships on the left and who owns the ships on the right. Then you can each shoot five shots (or any other number of shots decided by the players), then check the target to see if any ships were taken out. For two players, continue until someone has lost all of their ships. If more than two people are playing you will continue until only one person has at least one ship.

Battleship targets 3 and 4 below each contain one set of five ships on each target sheet. This makes the ships a little larger. Each person playing the game will use one target. Play as described above.

Battleship Target 2

Same target as above except a little lighter coloring to help save ink. Colors are black, white, red, orange, blue and green.

Battleship Target 4

Same target as above except a little lighter coloring to help save ink. Colors are black, white, red, orange, blue and green.

Now you can play golf and practice your shooting at the same time.

**Playing instructions:** To play golf with these targets, each player must have their own target. Golf targets 1 through 4 below have one golf graphic on each sheet which is for one person. Golf targets 5 through 8 have two smaller identical golf graphics on each sheet which can be used for two people.

The object of this game is to finish with the lowest score. The golf targets are labeled with the following score areas: -1, par, +1 and +2. The best score you can get is to hit the "-1" area. The worst is the "+2" area. Par is considered even, you do not gain or lose any points if you hit this area.

To start the game, players must decide how many total shots each player will take. After each person shoots the decided amount of shots, you can then add up each player's score. For example, if you decided for each player to take three shots and one player has hit "-1" twice and "+2" once, then their score would be "0" or even. If the other player has hit "+2" on all three shots then their score would be "6". The player with the lowest score, in this case "0", would be the winner.

Golf Target 1

This target has one golf graphic on each sheet and is for one player.

Golf Target 3

This target has one golf graphic on each sheet and is for one player.

Golf Target 5

This target has two smaller identical golf graphics on each sheet and is for two players.

Golf Target 7

This target has two smaller identical golf graphics on each sheet and is for two players.

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