3D archery target

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  1. SDbowhunter1

    SDbowhunter1 Newb

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    Made a cover for my 3D target out of some 2x4's I had and three 4x4's. Used some old tin for the roof I took off an old shed that was falling down. The black piece on the back is from an old rubber bed liner from a junked pickup. I put that on for some shade from the late afternoon sun and to slow down any wild shots from my buddies.

    The 4x4 across the bottom has 3/4" holes drilled in 2 1/2" so you can put the legs of the target in the holes.

    Fun winter project. IMG_20200216_180811.jpeg

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  2. Fix

    Fix Grizzled Veteran

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    Looks great, and welcome to the forum
     
  3. Sota

    Sota Legendary Woodsman

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    That is real nice, good work.
     
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  5. John T.

    John T. Weekend Warrior

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    Nice. Good idea and design. Passed a house yesterday that had a foam target in the front yard with a few arrows in it. I'm fortunate to have an indoor range of 10 yards. Use it to work on form by working for a tight group and build up the muscles for drawing the bow. I use the fence around the LP tank as a backstop for my bullseye target or 3D buck. I can shoot up to 35 yards.
     
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    Looking good, always nice to have a roof over it.
     
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    Looks good.
     
  8. Alex Stephens

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    I have made a very simile thing at my friends house but with the roof more slanted so we could practice off a tree stand
     
  9. Ty L

    Ty L Weekend Warrior

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    looks awesome! i'm going to try to build something very similar.
     

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