So, you want to practice 5-To-Glock, but do not want to buy expensive target stands? How can you make reliable, inexpensive, reasonably weatherproof stands for D-1 sized targets? here you go, all materials can be purchased at most Home Improvement Centers (Home Depot, Lowes, etc.), for under $12: Bill of Materials: 4 - 1.5 inch PVC elbows 2 - 1.5 inch PVC tees 2 - 8 foot 1.5 inch PVC pipe 1 - PVC glue 2 - 1x2x8 wood stakes Cut 18 inches off of each wood piece. Nail or staple first 18 inch section across the end of the remaining 6.5 foot pieces. Nail or staple the other 18 inch section 36 inches away (parallel) from the first section. The wood target holder is complete. Cut each PVC pipe into 3 24 inch sections and 1 13.5 inch section. Glue 24 inch sections into each of the three connections on the tee. Now glue elbows onto each 13.5 inch section. Be sure to glue them in the same plane. Now connect the finished tee sections with the 13.5 inch sections by glueing the elbows onto the tee sections. Again, be sure to glue them in the same plane. Let dry. Install wood sections into PVC pipes.