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Folding 2X4 Steel Target Stand - The Spyder.
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Folding Steel Target Stand

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In Stock . Price includes Shipping. We introduced this New Folding Targets Stand at our last Gun Show and it was a wild success! This Stand is stout and will endure years of shooting.

  • Folding Steel 2X4 Target Stand.
  • Target (not included) installed with spring buffer, the target bounces back when shot and then returns to original position.
  • Stand holds target at a 20 degree angle to control ricochet and splatter.
  • You can reversible target plate for extended life All-weather design is capable of year-round outdoor use
  • Heavy steel construction helps protect against errant handgun shots
  • Stand footprint measures 36” diagonally and the center is elevated on spikes to reduce wobble and provide stability on uneven terrain.
  • The stand legs are drilled for staking if extra stability is needed (stakes not included)
  • Height is adjustable: shown with 60” long 2x4 (not included).
  • The Head Assembly uses carriage bolt and heavy die springs rather than welds for mounting
  • Great for IPSC or IDPA target practice.
The Spyder

  • Target Stands-the saga ends
  • Written by Mike Ker
  • After a lot of searching on the internet and at the local gun

  • show, I have found what I believe to be the ultimate target stand. I
  • found these stands at the Ontario, CA. gun show that is sponsored by Crossroad's of the West Gun Shows.
  • It is not a big show so it was easy to spend more time looking at the
  • various target stands offered for sale. I started at one end of the
  • show and zig-zagged my way through the show. Searching on the internet
  • you can see the target stand but you cannot get a good feel for how
  • heavy (which is a plus) and how it is constructed (quality).

  • I had seen on the internet this small company that is sort of near my

  • home town and was hoping to check out his stand at the show. As I
  • wound my way through the aisles I came across 223 Targets and Tactical.
  • Just a couple of tables with an assortment of target stands manned by
  • the owner, Dan Billups. Just looking at the stands I could tell the
  • quality was there. Dan was not pushy which I appreciated as most
  • salesmen are and that drives me away. I did not have to ask very many
  • questions about the stands, I could see the quality and pick up the
  • various stands and feel the weight. These stands are very well built
  • and thought out, not to mention the thickness of the steel used to
  • construct them. The other stands that I bought were of no comparison
  • compared to these. They didn't even come close.

  • Dan started this company because he was tired of the poor quality

  • stands the were out there. Just talking to him made me realize that he
  • is quite knowledgeable about guns and everything that goes with them as
  • my knowledge is very limited. I like to target shot.

  • After talking Dan's ear off, I purchased a folding stand that you buy

  • your own 2 x 4 for the upright. That way you can make it the right
  • height for yourself as I am 6'4". It folds up to a convenient size in
  • which to carry and carry in the truck of you car. No assembly, just
  • grab the legs of the stand and rotate them to 90 degrees from each
  • other. You don't have to guess the 90 degree part because the stand has
  • a stop built in.

  • Now it is off to my favorite shooting spot to try out this new

  • stand. Had to make a stop at the local big box lumber store to get a 2 x
  • 4 and have them cut it for me to a size that I thought would work for
  • me. Set up was a breeze as the stand and the head have thumb screws
  • attached to clamp the 2 x 4 tight. One thing I really like about the
  • design of the stand is that (as Dan explained to me) is the 20 degree
  • angle of the steel target as it attaches to the stand. He also uses a
  • spring behind the target to absorb the impact of the bullet and thus
  • increases the life of the steel target. Time to unload on this stand
  • and see how it handles my poor aim but that 20 degree angle Dan was
  • talking about.

  • Well, after about 400 rounds with my AR-15 and the stand set at 100

  • yards I have to tell you that I am IMPRESSED! As I mentioned before, I
  • am not the best shot and having a 2 x 4 as the post, it held up just
  • fine because there is a lot of "meat" to take the strays. As for the
  • 20 degree angle of the plate and the spring and the bolt to hold it in
  • place, the splatter of bullets on the ground were basically in a nice
  • little circle underneath the steel target. The bullets hit and are
  • directed downward just like Dan said. With the others, I could see why
  • the bullets would ricochet anywhere and that is not safe.

  • As far as I am concerned, this is the stand to purchase if you want

  • something to last. Dan has other designs to choose from and I will most
  • definitely be buying another stand from 223 Targets and Tactical.

  • Below is a video of Dan's target stand in action by a guy that is a much better shot than me.

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best target stand ive ever used! November 16, 2014
Reviewer: Anonymous Person

by far the best

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