New: Birchwood Casey Adjustable Target Stand

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posted on January 23, 2019
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Competitive shooters will appreciate the new Birchwood Casey Adjustable Target Stand Kit (MSRP: $53.40, BirchwoodCasey.com). Easy to set up, the versatile stand is great for holding targets while sighting-in.
 
The kit comes with six modular uprights, a target stand and a single target backer. The stand can be adjusted from 13” to 25” width. A white backer board measuring 19.5” x 19.5” is included. Targets are sold separately.
 
Stand setup couldn't be simpler. All a shooter has to do is place the stand on the ground and insert three of the modular uprights; one on top of the other in the base of the stand to form two legs. The width of the stand is then adjusted for the target backer board. The board is then attached to the legs and targets can be placed on it.
 
The Birchwood Casey Adjustable Target Stand breaks down into smaller sections for easy storage and transport.

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