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How much maintenance do you do to your catch box. I have a large rubber mat attached to the top of mine that flips down to protect the spinners from the sun beating down on them. Rarely have to replace one.Been using this same catch box for 7 years just changing targets to whatever I want to shoot at.
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I mostly require a portable catch"frame"...I beat a wooden to bits...new and improve has takedown feature and has not been in use for more than 2 or 3 months.

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I am lucky enough to have the range inside - no sun issues. I also put tons of t-shirts as the backstop that are lasting a good long time. Every so often I do have to rotate them since the ones in the middle start to have holes in them. :D :D
 

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My biggest maintenance is keeping the pillow cases I use for my back stop in place. My backstop is a plastic tote, so I usually keep it in the garage when not in use. CJW your target setup is first class
 
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