I wanted to setup a 20 yard range in my yard and have the perfect hilly backstop, but did not want to just set the yellow jacket target on the ground. So, I went to home depot and grabbed 2x10' of 1 1/4 PVC pipe and a 2 90 degree PVC curves and 5 PVC 3 ways and a 3 metal adjustable eyelet hooks and built this guy up literally in about 30 minutes for $28. I had no plans, just winged it as I went along as this kind of stuff is pretty easy to whip up.
It works perfect & is totally stable and very strong. I even added, you will see, a little kicker brace on the lower cross beam. This allows me to either push it into the ground or in this case, put it up against a stump, so I can further stabilize the target - that piece is still rotatable to move up/down. Heck, I could also use that to make an umbrella stand over the target I figured up. I also glued up all the vertical pieces and left the 2 cross brace horizontal pieces free so I could break this down if I wanted and travel with it. The 3 metal hooks also allow for a bit of leveling of the target so to speak
Next steps will be to paint it and add some caps to the feet to better finish it off.