I got bored and made a field point target instead of spending 40-80 bucks for a target. I got the idea from this link. http://www.archerytalk.com/vb/showthread.php?t=892196 I didn't have any lumber laying around and I honestly didn't want to build one that big since I am planning on moving soon and they say it will easily be over 100 pounds, some upward of 500-600lbs when they are said and done. I wanted a small movable model that I could shoot today. Started out with a vacuum bag and with spare pieces of carpet I lined the bag with one piece on each side of the bag. Then I stuffed and compressed old t-shirts, rags, plastic bags, and some pieces of carpet compressing each layer pretty good. I then put the bag in a cardboard box I had laying around that was almost an exact fit, I put carpet in the one spot that had a gap. After that I got the extra wide duck tape and wrapped the box to keep it from falling apart and then spray painted some dots on it. It is a great alternative to buying a target and CHEAP! I probably spent 30 minutes making this target and am out the price of a roll of duck tape and spray paint. There is an in depth how-to on the link I put up on how to build bigger and more long term targets for pretty cheap, I plan on building a wooden model when I move. Not something you would want to leave out in the weather for sure since it is well a cardboard box with duck tape on it :wink: I shot it 56 times this afternoon and it held up great, stops the arrows awesome and arrows pull out even better. Here are a few pictures With the $20 target I bought from walmart that my bow blew through for a comparison. This target was ruined after about 30 shots. figured some of y'all that shoot would like to see the link anyways if you haven't..