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Hi, here are some pics of a way came up with for holding cards with out the clamps. Just slice a pool noodle and it will hold the card. I sliced a section on the bottom so it would fit my barrel catch box, but it can be used for a straight bar also.
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I may be coming into a converstion that has precedence. My apologies if I missed something previous.

That looks great. If you are trying to cut a card, though, I saw it mentioned that a clamp that holds them tightly (like a pony clamp) is what is needed to cut the card.

I didn't want you to get frustrated as to why the cards weren't getting cut. And I can't verify that the clamp is necessary, but I am pretty sure you would need serious velocity.
 

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If you want to cut multiples of cards... having several to as many as you want standing up ready to be shot/cut... I use a bar clamp with little 2x2 blocks... line up the blocks with cards between them and you can tightly hold as many block/cards as the bar clamp will hold
 

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Hi, here are some pics of a way came up with for holding cards with out the clamps. Just slice a pool noodle and it will hold the card. I sliced a section on the bottom so it would fit my barrel catch box, but it can be used for a straight bar also. View attachment 355420 View attachment 355421 View attachment 355422
Your idea is very good for holding multiple cards for card edge hits only . To cut the cards they need to be clamped and secured .
 
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