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Old 06-17-2012, 11:54 PM   #11
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That's a good idea. I'm shooting a 22/250.



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We use 24” x 16” pieces of Luan plywood for target backdrops. We get 12 pieces from a 4x8 sheet. We slide then down between angle irons, set into the ground 16” apart, on the berm above the railroad ties.

I would investigate using the ‘U’ channel that holds unfinished mirrors, top & bottom, to doors. If they’re screwed on the top and bottom of the target frame, one can just slide a piece Luan plywood, or corrugated cardboard or plastic, or something, in from the side.

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