I decided since it was rainy and windy yesterday, that I would finish my archery range. I drew up some plans on the computer to figure out how much lumber I would need and headed to town. Took half of the day to build working by myself. I put Bow hangers at 20, 30, and 40 yards. The target in the middle is my broadhead target. It consists of the foam blocks that you can get for free from Tractor Supply Co. or Lowes. They use them for shipping the trailers and usually throw them away, but will give them to you if you ask. Six blocks are held together by ratchet straps, and make a 36"x38" broadhead target. I also built a rolling frame for my GlenDel Target. I can easily move it to different distances. Makes it especially nice for practicing different shot angles from the treestand.