Deerthug

3D Target Stand and Shed Ramp

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A few months ago I managed to put together a stand for my 3D Glendale Buck target and just got around to taking pictures of it. So here it is:

 

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I used 2 - 2x4x8 cut to length, 2- 12" threaded rods with matching nuts and decking screws. I attached a piece of marine rope to the front end and 6" lawnmower wheels to the rear.

 

 

Oh yeah . . . almost forgot. I built a ramp for my shed last weekend to wheel  my lawn mower, snow blower, targets and other crapola. 

 

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I used 1 - 12" x 2" x 8' long pressure treated board for the stringers cut at 48" and on a diagonal. I used 4 - 1"x6" x 8' pressure treated for the decking.  Decking screws holds it all together. 

 

 

 

 

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Very nice! I made a similar target stand, but it just didn't have wheels. Like yours better!


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Thanks guys. Next project is a new shed door. This one is rotting out and not sliding. Going to be building one with T-11 exterior wood and using HD hinges. No more sliding door.


"Leave us the hell alone!" - Ted Nugent (2/4/13)

Proud member of the NRA

Proud of my Eagle Scout

The LORD is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear?
The LORD is the strength of my life; of whom shall I be afraid? (Psalm 27:1)

 

http://s1099.photobucket.com/user/jmasiakos/slideshow/Furry%20and%20Feathered%20Friends

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Just asking but why do you need a stand for the target? Is it too heavy to move around, I don't know, never had one.


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Does these targets double as decoys?!

I guess you can use it as a decoy but it may be a bit heavy to carry to your hunting spot. The wheels are just for ease of movement around my property and convenience making readily accessible. I used to have it in my basement all taken apart which gave me little incentive to haul it upstairs and outside to shoot for an half hour or so. Now i just unlock my shed, wheel it out and practice. Just have to rodent/bug proof the shed. Lol.

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"Leave us the hell alone!" - Ted Nugent (2/4/13)

Proud member of the NRA

Proud of my Eagle Scout

The LORD is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear?
The LORD is the strength of my life; of whom shall I be afraid? (Psalm 27:1)

 

http://s1099.photobucket.com/user/jmasiakos/slideshow/Furry%20and%20Feathered%20Friends

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