This is the target stand that I make and use. It is made out of 1” PVC and breaks down and re-assembles in moments. With this design you don’t need clips or bands to hold the cardboard on the stand I use the stick on targets. I made 5 of these for the Texas Meet-N-Greet and it only took about a ½ hour to complete.
Picture one is the target stand broken down.
Picture two is the stand assembled.
Picture three is a close up of how the cardboard is held on the PVC.
Forgot to add that the vertical cut on the uprights that holds the cardboard was made with a skill saw. I just set the blade at about 1/2 inch and clamped the upright in my portable worktable and ran one cut.
I recently made 8 of these for our local range. Been years since anyone re-built target stands....
Anyway they are cheap, stable and we really like them. The only change I made was to put a "T" in the front corners in place of the 90 degree elbows. This alows cleaning out drit etc and allows rain h2o to drain out.