Go to your local hardware store...Spend $10 on some electrical conduit...Snag the Hang 'N Hook hardware on this site and connect it to the conduit...
That's it! Now you have a target shootin' paradise that cost you a fraction of price you'll pay anywhere.
With the "Hang 'N Hook Target Kit," you can hang up anything you want to use as a target!
(Or grab some of our steel targets for a HUGE discount after you place your order).
YOU'LL KNOW WHEN YOU HIT YOUR TARGET -- BECAUSE IT WILL START 'SWINGING IN THE WIND...
'THE 4-HOOKS ALLOW YOU TO HANG UP ANYTHING YOU WANT TO USE AS A TARGET...
Hardware is made from 1/4 inch steel and powder coated to be beautiful
Joints and angles have been engineered to keep your target frame steady and sturdy - like my aunt Phyllis...
Special hooks were designed to hang pretty much anything up as a target (as seen in the video). And they are just the right fit to swing effortlessly when you hit your targets.
Hardware is light, portable, and compact so you can store it easily in your trunk
(Pro-Tip) If you want to, you can drill a hole in your conduit to line up with the existing pin holes on the Hang 'N Hook hardware. Then you can insert a pin that will hold the assembled target kit together so that it can be moved without needing to re-assemble it.
The Hang 'N Hook hardware was designed to slide into standard 1 inch (outer diameter) electrical conduit available at any hardware store.
You'll need 5 lengths of conduit to build your target stand. You can make it any size you want, but we suggest that the four legs be about 40 inches long. You'll want your fifth piece to be a little longer since it will be used as the crossbar that the hooks/targets hang from (In our video we used an 80 inch piece, but we had plenty of extra hanging off the sides that could be trimmed).
Current pricing at my local store was only $1.00/foot. Plus, most hardware stores will cut the conduit to the right lengths for you.
You may be wondering why don't we ship you the conduit directly. Well first, then it wouldn't be a do-it-yourself kit! :). And second, It would cost more money to ship it than it would to buy it at the hardware store.SHOP NOW