Field Logic Grandstand Universal 3-D Target Stand

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Field Logic Grandstand Universal 3-D Target Stand -
No more pounding pegs! GrandStand adjusts to hold most 3-D targets. Unique TwistLock™ telescoping axle lets you modify stand width. Allows you to use it anywhere!
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Positive Reviews:

Nice Stand

I just purchased a new GlenDel Full Rut 3D target to replace one I had for 8 years. I use to set it with the rebar stakes they provided at that time and they worked ok for me. This stand is one of the best stands for 3D targets I've seen before. I saw a few comments about there needs to be holes in it to drive pins in the ground but, mine came with holes. I just use tent stakes and it holds that heavy Full Rut target just fine. I could see where it might lean to much if you place it on the side of a slope but it works great for me.
Ksbowhunter53 at Cabelas on 10/22/2012

Great Stand!

Easy and quick set up! Very well built. Keeps my 3-D Target in place shot after shot. I am going to get another one!
Blainer at Cabelas on 08/16/2012

Good purchase

Works well. Does it's job with my Rhinehart woodland buck. I would buy another.
ILLbowman at Cabelas on 02/05/2013

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Field Logic GrandStand Universal 3-D Target Stand

I have the GlenDel Full Rut target on this stand. The stand at first seemed narrow when first taken from the box. My suspicions were correct as after placing it in the field it would fall over. Although disappointed at first I solved the problem by placing a 1X2 board under the one side to "plum" the target. Be sure the board is longer than the length of the feet so you can put it under both support legs on the down side of any incline to level the target. It works fine with the board under the one side of the stand. My land is only a slight grade and near flat. The nice part about this stand is it will allow you to move the target easily. The stand remains secure to the target even when I carry it to the barn each night to prevent it from "running away" and from getting destroyed by a bear or other rutting bucks. I do recommend the stand be made with a wider stance and stronger materials. Great concept and worth the money paid. Might even try to make my own that is stronger and wider in the future.
RTINVA at Cabelas on 09/12/2012