I was cleaning up some things in the garage and came across a folding metal stand that I got years ago from a yard sale. At one time I had it set up as a portable miter saw stand but hadn't used it in years. I was trying to think of what I could use it for and came up with the idea for a home made Hooter Shooter. It took about an hour to build and set up. I used scrap 2x4 and 2x8 lumber, some climbing equipment, a piece from a jeep sway bar disconnect, a rubber part from a jeep tire carrier and parts from a TrueBall release. The bow is held in place with a bolt that screws into the threaded insert in the riser. I only tried it a few times but it shoots very well. I put the same arrow into the same hole three time from about 15 feet. The last shot tore through my homemade target and the arrow punched through a 3/4 inch piece of melamine. By the way, PSE Radial X Weave arrows are tough! With the lock off system using a Wildcountry Ropeman, the draw can be stopped at anytime. A scale can be used to measure the draw weight and let off. With some adjustemnts to the holding bolt the bow can be set level and square so it can be used as a vice too. I plan to use this for working on the bow and checking arrows.