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Homemade target board- clothes pins on a board with clay pigeons- smart!

Clothes pins on a board... simple. I love it! - mountaincampingz

Clothes pins on a board… simple. I love it!

Poor mans plate rack More

Bow Hunting Wild Turkey

Bow hunting wild turkey can be a difficult thing. But with proper training and patience it can become a rewarding outdoor lifestyle hobbies hunting experience

Steel Dueling Tree Plans

Portable dueling tree - Action Target, Inc.

A modular target system includes a plurality of targets mounted on a center support so that the targets rotate between opposing sides of the center support. Preferably, the targets rotate about an axi

Home Made Range Accessories - Page 2

Home Made Range Accessories - Page 2

Originally Posted by newbie Not to get off topic, but how do the bowling pins hold up? What are you shooting them with? I have two types of bowling

Portable target stand - 1911Forum

Portable target stand

made this this afternoon, base is 18x36, middle section is also 18x36, and top is 18x24, all 3/4" plywood, cut to 3" wide and joined with pocket screws...

If you hear the crack you weren't the target.

Printable Shooting Targets and Gun Targets | NSSF

Printable Shooting Targets and Gun Targets • NSSF

Printable shooting targets and gun targets. All targets are available as PDF documents and print on standard 8.5 x 11 paper.

Krueger Christmas Tree Fun Target

Krueger Christmas Tree Fun Target

63 x 63 cm.Special paper, strengthened by nylon fibres

My arrow backstop that I finally finished! I started off with a 4x4 frame about 14 feet wide and 6 feet across. I used lead pipe and small fence clamps to hang three horse stall mats. Then just in case I ran the cable through the pipe, pulled tension and mounted them to rings for extra support. Definitely a 2 or 3 man job, but it's wide enough for my family of 4 to each person to set up a target. Now I'm just going to put up some lights so I can practice when I get home from work!

My arrow backstop that I finally finished! I started off with a 4x4 frame about 14 feet wide and 6 feet across. I used lead pipe and small fence clamps to hang three horse stall mats. Then just in case I ran the cable through the pipe, pulled tension and mounted them to rings for extra support. Definitely a 2 or 3 man job, but it's wide enough for my family of 4 to each person to set up a target. Now I'm just going to put up some lights so I can practice when I get home from work!

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