This will become part of the Airsoft target range I am building in my attic.
(It's been too warm to work on it for the past few weeks).
Step 1: Knock Down
They are held to the lower frame with heavy fabric tape, and staples.
Step 2: Pop Up
All figures pop back up with a tug on the string.
Step 3: Shoot Up
A similar hinged wire is used to stand the figures to attention again just by hitting the circular target.
Step 4: Desert Camoflage
The bullet holes were dents made by an Airsoft rifle, coloured black with a marker pen,
and the outside ragged edge painted with silver nail varnish.
Step 5: The Range
It can be a challenge trying to hit a 2 inch target from this range.
The back of the range is lined with carpet off cuts, the frame is angled
to deflect shots into the trough and reduce the risk of bounce back. (Ricochet).
Step 6: Try It
The backing was made with an old T-shirt
Double skin 2 layers and staple on with a bit of play. this will diffuse some of the shots power.