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Did a few searches through the forum, but didn't bring up anything. If anyone could help me find a DIY target and quiver thread. If any help please post or message me.

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Hi,
If you have some carpet and a cardboard box, cut the carpet into squares and layer them in the box.
It won,t last for ever, but you have 4 sides, and you can replace the box as needed. Just keep your eyes open for the boxes, or get a few that are the same size before you cut the carpet and they'll last a good while if you keep them dry.
 

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friend made his with 2x4s, threaded rod & cardboard strips cut about 8" wide. take 2 pc 2x4 about 3' long, drill 3/4" holes about 4" in from ends. cut cardboard strips to fit between holes & stack them up about 3' deep. put threaded rods (with nuts one end) through holes in 2x4s, & put nuts/washers on other ends. compress cardboard till tight! when you shoot out center, beg, buy, borrow or steal more cardboard as needed.
 

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friend made his with 2x4s, threaded rod & cardboard strips cut about 8" wide. take 2 pc 2x4 about 3' long, drill 3/4" holes about 4" in from ends. cut cardboard strips to fit between holes & stack them up about 3' deep. put threaded rods (with nuts one end) through holes in 2x4s, & put nuts/washers on other ends. compress cardboard till tight! when you shoot out center, beg, buy, borrow or steal more cardboard as needed.
Did the same thing, but didn't compress the cardnoard really tight.

I hung a piece of heavy industrial rubber belting behind.

Arrows pass through the cardboard and whack the belting without piercing it.
 
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