A few years ago my friend bought one of those "Bulldog Cube" targets. It came with a warranty. After we shot the crap out of it, they sent him a new sleeve to cover the target. that's when I found out it was filled with what looked like shrink/pallet wrap. I decided to make one of my own. I built a frame, stuffed it with shrink wrap, covered it and voila! Been using it for years.
I've since gotten into replica air guns, slingshots, and knife throwing. I had multiple targets for each until I decided to modify my arrow target.
I made an end grain wooden frame and put it in one side of the arrow target. Then I made a small box target to put on top. Works great for all applications.
carbon: Sharpened one of my C/S H&H swords for the first time using an adjustable fixture I made. Went from a little better than butter knife to an even, polished, paper slicing edge. It's a slow process but it does work.
Nov 27, 2022 15:45:40 GMT
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