So after looking around the box O truth I found this Educational Zone #24 - Homemade Target Stand - Page 1 it is a target stand made out of PVC pipe. I saw this and was like sweet this will work better than what I have now. So I decided to make one and do a little write up about how I made mine and what I used. Supplies: (1) 10 piece of 1 ½ schedule 40 PVC pipe (1)10 piece of 2 schedule 40 PVC pipe (the reason that I used 2 instead of 1 ½ is because Home Depot didnt have any lumber that would fit inside the 1 ½ pipe. Also If you can find a 5 piece or (2) 2 pieces that will work as well) (2) 1 ½ 90* elbow (2) 1 ½ Ts (2) 1 ½ Cap (2) 2-1 reducer (1) 1x2x8 piece of lumber (1) Package of door shims PVC cleaner PVC primer PVC cement Total cost was probably around $50 or so. Total build time about 1.5 hours for me. So to start take the 10 piece of PVC and cut (5) 16 lengths. The take one length and Clean, Prime, Cement (CPC) a cap on one end. On the other end CPC one of the Ts. On the other end of the T CPC another 16 length of pipe, leave the other end open. Should look like this when done. The repeat these steps to make the other leg. Now take some of the left over pipe and cut (2) 2 pieces. CPC these pieces in to the open hole on the T, the repeat on the other leg. I used a hand clamp to hold these in place until the cement set up. Now take the last 16 of pipe and CPC one of the elbows. When doing the other elbow you need to make sure that the elbows are level or your stand will not sit straight and might rock back and forth. To make sure that mine were level, I CPC one end let it set up. Then got the other one ready, put it on and used my garage floor as a level. Now take your 2 pipe and cut (2) 16 pieces. Take the reducers and CPC one on each pipe. Now all your pieces should be cemented and ready to assemble where ever you want. Put the 2 pieces with reducer on the 1 ½ nipple of the T and push together. Now take your piece of lumber and cut it in half. You should have (2) 4 pieces Put one stick in to the opening on the 2 pipe. Stick a few door shims behind the stick to hold the stick tight and in place. Now all you have to do is tape or staple your target on the wood and your set. Heres a look at all the pieces. Nice thing is it should fit easily in to your trunk or back seat and wont take up a lot of space. You now have a portable cheap target stand that you can feel proud of cause you made it yourself. Also if youre a poor shot the wood holding the target can be easily replaced if needed. So if you read the box O truth you can see that mine was a little different but I had to make due with what I was able to purchase. Also Im not sure where this should be posted, so if it needs to be move then so be it.