if you've watched top shot and seen those dueling trees, and drooled like mad but you can't play with them cuz you're in a place like Singapore which bans firearms, fret not!
Here's a live demonstration:
These targets are meant to be in two different colours on both sides, and two competitors will shoot to flip targets to their colour within a time limit.
These targets are designed for stock nerf blasters. I tested them with modified nerf blasters, they shouldn't break apart but they may be so powerful that the target may bounce back after being shot. I'm going to do more testing and some modification to acommodate for that.
Meanwhile, these targets sport a mesh design to make it faster to print, and also to make the targets less susceptible to wind. I assemble all 3 components, putting them together using superglue to glue the base to the two ends of the holders after inserting the target. For now, I superglue this to a post or pole which I incline at about 10deg facing the shooter so that the target naturally comes to rest on one side. THIS IS A WORK IN PROGRESS. I will make changes to allow the holder to easily attach to some common surfaces. Additionally, I may try to modify it to make assembly easier.
You are allowed to print this product for sale. However, I have three requirements:
1) Notify me by email at email@example.com
2) post acknowledgements to me as the designer, and include a link to this thingiverse page. Any derivatives of this item must also be duly acknowledged and published on thingiverse.
3) Post 1 make onto my thingiverse page, with nice photos if you can! put a link to your own page within the 'make'.
print all the parts, print 2X base and 1X target, 1X holder.
Use superglue to glue one base to one side of the target. insert the target leg into the hole of the first base. Insert the second base into the target+holder and glue the base onto the holder.