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I needed some new target stands for shooting practice, so I whipped up some in CAD. They are designed to be made out of 1/2" thick MDF. These 6 pieces build a base that is about 35"x30", and leave a slot to stick a 24" wide piece of 1/4" thick plywood (or cardboard) in. Most man-sized targets are around 23"x35", so just cut a sheet of 1/4" plywood into four 24"x48" pieces to use as backings, or rip it in half lengthwise for up to an 8' tall target.  They weigh only a few pounds, and can be dis/assembled quickly so they take up very little room in the car.

The first CamBam (.CB) file is the parts for 1 stand, which fit in about a 36"x40" square as I have them arranged. The second CamBam file is a whole sheet of MDF that makes 3 stands. Then of course there is the DXF, which you can do with as you please.

"The more thou sweateth in training, the less thou bleedeth in combat."

Download this file (TargetStandParts.dxf)TargetStandParts.dxf[ ]104 kB
Download this file (TargetStandParts1.cb)TargetStandParts1.cb[ ]15 kB
Download this file (TargetStandParts2.cb)TargetStandParts2.cb[ ]45 kB