sounds like, you have a nice setup, i just finished building a 1200yrd range, and its a lot of work, but talking about targets , you might try this , ibuilt a steel frame out of 2&2/8" pipe at my big dirt pile, 24ft long 10 ft high,went to a place that repairs farm equitment , and got a bunch of old discs they range from 8" to 22" and welded re bar rods to them that i bent into a j at the top of rebar, painted them white ,with orange bulls eye 4'' i just hang them up and 2 or 3 guys can shoot at the same time, when one gets shot up just hang up another on, and they didnt cost, anything,[/QUOTE
I would cut them 2 to 2 &1/2 MOA Square for the distance to be shot. Example= 1000yrds=
20''x20'' or 25''x25''.
Also if you hang them they will last longer because they can rebound and they ring better
if they are not tied down.
Round ones ring the best but are wastefull when cutting them out of a square plate.
Nothing wrong with the wooden frames but chain works best for the hangers.
A simple tri pod made with 3 peces of 1''x 6' pipe that fold (Drill 1 hole through one end
of the pipe and bolt all 3 together). then hang the 2 chains on the ends of the bolts.
The tri pod can be moved and transported very easy.
Just an idea
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