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These are fun. Competed using one at a private event held at Clark county shooting complex. I only lasted 2 rounds but it was a blast. More fun than paper targets.
 
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Looks good. I bought the kit from Birchwood Casey a few months ago, but haven’t had a chance to take it out yet.

Great idea… love shooting them. Hopefully you can sell a bunch - good luck!
 
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Hey guys shoot me a dm if interested. The gong plates 3/8 and up have taken 556/223 30-30 from 25ft out makes a dent that’s about it
 
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Id maybe offer suggestion to space out the base of tree for uneven ground like out in the desert. Or maybe it’s bottom heavy and not needed.
Write it’s actually 18” wide legs with a 12” width but is extremely heavy base. Also the tree is at a slant going forward for correcting the gongs so it’s pretty sturdy overall. I can defiantly increase length on legs if requested but again I try to make my units as compact as possible.
 

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Maybe consider putting a hinge on the mast and at the base. That way it folds up nicely for storage and transport. thats how I made mine and it works out very well. I also added a way to adjust the angle of the mast to eliminate comebacks.
 
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Maybe consider putting a hinge on the mast and at the base. That way it folds up nicely for storage and transport. thats how I made mine and it works out very well. I also added a way to adjust the angle of the mast to eliminate comebacks.
My only issue with the hinge part is over time the weight from the mast is going to wear it out. The metal I used is Atleast 30-35lbs above where that hinge would be. Also took into account if a bullet was to hit that area the way the angle iron is positioned I feel it will help deflect rounds. Please send pictures though I would like to always look at improvements
 
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