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  1. #1
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    Third Hand Target

    Finished mine.... Turned out good... only thing is I may have packed it to tight.... the bottom is hard to pull arrows. Picture with my 7 year old next to it....

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  3. #2
    Looks great! You can always flip it upside down for a couple of days and it should loosen up some.


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  5. #3
    nice

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    What are people filling these with?

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    I used boat wrap plastic, blankets, clothes and material out of an old outdoor range bag. Probably weights in at 100+ lbs
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    Not bad. I just did a similar thing with plastic wrap. IMG_1046[1].jpg

  10. #7
    Here is the one I just did.

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  11. #8
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    Good job! FYI, if you have any outdoors, you will want to keep the face covered when not in use because they are not UV resistant. I have two outdoor targets, one is fully covered when not in use and the other is only partially covered. The partially covered face rotted away in the area that was not fully covered. When I get new faces. I will correct this problem.

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