Sorry for the late reply, didn’t realize anyone had still been posting on this thread. Not sure if you have attempted it yet or not but it was super easy. I don’t know what kind of tools you have to use, I use a saws all to cut through all the nails which made it really easy. If you don’t have access to one you can pry every board off, but you just have to be careful not to break the board.I wanted to make my boyfriend a rack for his bows and yours is the best looking one I've seen. Do you think this is a project someone with little to no real experience can accomplish? I'm not kidding myself that it will come out any where near as good but if you have pointers or advice and steps I'd love to hear them. And if you say a novice CANT make that you wont hurt my feelings I swear lol
Very 😎Thought I would share the bow rack I made from an old pallet. I’m eventually going to hang it on the wall and put a bow hanger on the lower right side to hang my compound from.
Edit to answer some questions and added updated photos. This is the natural weather of the wood I didn’t use any stain or finish. Just literally took the pallets apart, cut to length I wanted, and skrewed together. Not sure what kind of pallet it was but the cross beams were heavy rough cut 2x4s that I’m pretty sure are some kind of hard wood, it was tough to drive the skrews in I sheared probably 5 skrews making it.
the slats were also heavier than a standard pallet and looked to be made of 1x6 or 1x4
The deer is from Ohio
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