Shooting gallery – DIY Tutorial

Shooting gallery – DIY Tutorial



do you have tyga pne's but nothing to shoot at how about a shooting gallery let's build that start out by using a piece of plywood the same thickness as your blade rip a four inch strip and cut for one and a half inch rectangles these are gonna act as your targets now I'm going to take a two by two and rip down a 3/4 inch stock around 18 inches long you can use pre-cut square stock if you don't want to rip it down but I just had the wood on hand on the end of your square stock market X now we're gonna rip a groove down the center of one side to the halfway point of the square stock mark the midpoint to midpoint on two adjacent sides and draw a 45-degree angle now we're gonna cut this corner off of the stock once your stock is complete now you can rip your base my base is gonna be 1 foot by 5 inches so I'm just gonna rip this out of 1/2 inch plywood sheet there's all your completed pieces your base your stock and your targets using my jigsaw cut the stock into 5 3/4 by 3/4 squares then I took the stock and cut out for one and a half inch pieces with a piece of sandpaper just clean up all your rough cuts now with the speed square take one of your targets and mark off the corners I'm gonna strap them all together with rubber bands and cut them all at once take a wire coat hanger and cut a rod that measures 11 and a half inches this will act as your hinge apply some glue to the targets and put them into the slot and the 1 and 1/2 inch blocks make sure there's enough room for your rod to fit using the corner cut-offs from our targets I'm gonna glue one in each end of one of our 3/4 by 3/4 blocks these will act as the rod stops your hinge doesn't slide out then I'm gonna take the other three blocks and just blue one of the corners in to keep the rod into the center of the square when you're putting these together make sure the rod can always run smooth with a ruler mark a line across your base about two inches out this will be your guideline for filling on all your blocks first we're going to take an end block and glue it on with a clamp now we're going to evenly space our three other blocks throughout the middle before you put the last end cap on you have to put all your targets in between all the spaces and run your rod through when you place your targets make sure that the 45 degree angle you cut is facing the same direction it's not so important on the block but make sure on the targets you get it that way now we're gonna glue on the last end cap and wait for everything to dry now you should have a completed shooting gallery let's give it a try I hope you enjoyed this project and thank you for following along don't forget to like and comment and share it with your friends and if you want to see more videos like this subscribe to my channel you and I DIY look forward to seeing guys on the next project until then go make something

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