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    Here is a folding target stand I made will hold up to a 24" x 24" paper target I even tried my hand at painting it camouflage
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  • #2
    nice and simple. i would suggest clips instead of the clamps. Unless all shooters will only hitting paper. Target maintenance can be frustrating when your target holddowns cost a couple bucks and your target slumps cause someone had a stray round. Holds up putting rounds down range and costs a couple bucks.
    Joe
    wrench3047@gmail.com

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    • #3
      Wooden spring clip type clothespins work well to hold targets and are cheap to replace. I've had good luck using them.

      Charley
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      • #4
        Originally posted by CharleyL View Post
        Wooden spring clip type clothespins work well to hold targets and are cheap to replace. I've had good luck using them.

        Charley
        great tip ^^^^^

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        • #5
          Yeah I couldn't find the smaller clips but those clamps cost. .99 at my home depot bit thank you for the tip

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          • #6
            The clothespins are a great idea!

            I've been using the cheap black spring steel binder clips from office supply stores.

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