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A target made out of knex that can hold plywood, paper, cardboard, or styrofoam. It has a back that catches most shots. This is a video of me shooting it with a crossbow made by dsman195276. Please rate and comment.

Step 1: The Base

Figure it out!

Step 2: The Paper Holder

Follow the pretty pictures.

Step 3: The Backboard

LOAD BUY CUTTING A PIECE OF PAPER TO THE RIGHT SIZE. THEN PLACE IT INBETWEEN THE TWO ORANGE CONNECTORS. THEN PUSH THE 4 BLUE PEGS THROUGH THE HOLES. WATCH VIDEO FOR MORE INFORMATION. WOW. I THINK CAPS LOCK IS ON.
<p>i made a pen sling shot,that shoots the inside of a pen, so i didn't make a back board, i just put a piece of wood behind the paper</p>
i now am the best of my war groop!!!
i am so usimng this for my knex crossbow
i shotthis with the ghost pistol
u mean explanitory??
wats that mean
that was last year i dont even remember
nice try, but my shotgun removed the paper to confetti (literally) and blew out the back. anyway 4*
<p>:D</p>
yes, it was cool but then i realized it would be a problem.
can you use cardboard cause mine kept ripping the page. 4
Yes. You can use anything as long as you can get a hole in it.
My paper kept ripping at the corners but it was useful when it didnt rip it other words Nice instrucable :D
So use cardboard
none of your vids work!
couldnt you use tape and tape a sheet anywhere?
That is true but this holds the paper tighter for an easier puncture. Plus this is completely portable.
And very easy to replicate
You don't need to cut the paper, you also don't need the backboard. Just place de paper vertically, and because of the backboard, you can't pierce the paper..

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