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Is there a quick repair I can do to my 3D target? It is old and is just about done. But I don't have the money for a new one and was just wondering if there is a foam or something I can fill in the wholes with for a quick temporary fix. Just to get me through the next few weeks till I can start shooting at some real deer. :D
 

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i havent tried it yet but it looks efficient and very cheap i assume everythings at home depot ill be trying it soon goodluck[up]
 

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Great and simple idea [up]
 

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jdm my little brother looks just like the kid (i assume your child) you have in your profile pic its scary how alike they look lol
 

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If you do this as I have, you will find it almost impossible to remove and replace the original vitals. But it works. Ps the foam expands a lot. I just cut it away with a sharp knife.
 

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I dont own a 3-D target yet, but wont forget that little trick. Thanks!
 

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If you do this as I have, you will find it almost impossible to remove and replace the original vitals. But it works. Ps the foam expands a lot. I just cut it away with a sharp knife.
my 3d target vitals are so damn stiff it sucks pulling the arrows out of them i barely used it that probably why tho. i use my carbon giants or my block
 

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Ps the foam expands a lot. I just cut it away with a sharp knife.
Belt sander and Rustoleum spray paint for plastic. [up]

IF the vitals are removable, remove the vital "plug" and just repair that part, as outlined in the video.
 
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