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The Miracles of PVC

As hunters take to the fields and trees this hunting season, we are reminded of the amount of time and money we spent on preparing for the upcoming hunting season. Coming from the South and learning to make do with what we have and Redneck engineering everything to make it work was just a natural way of doing things. Having said that, I created many things out of PVC pipe to help save money and eliminate time driving to the sporting goods store which was nowhere close to where we lived.

Being an avid outdoorsmen and heavy into bowhunting, I wanted to make something to keep my bow off the ground while practicing for the much anticipated hunting season. I needed something to not only hold my bow but multiple bows plus hold all my arrows. I didn’t have a lot of money to spend on something manufactured so I decided to make my own Bow & Arrow Holder out PVC pipe.

 

PVC Bow Holder 1  PVC Bow Holder 3PVC Bow Holder 4PVC Bow Holder 2

PVC can be used for so many things. Especially for anyone that wants to save a little money and make it a project that they can say they created. You can modify it however you like, you can add a beverage holder, a release holder, an archers’ tray, or any other ideas that may come to your mind. Below is a list of a few items that I have used PVC for.

  • Bow Holder/ Rack                                PVC Bow Holder 5
  • Target Holder
  • Paper Tuning Holder
  • Deer Feeders
  • PVC Bow
  • Arrow Holders
  • Arrow Quivers

Tell me what you think about this project and if you would like a parts list, please comment or send me a message. May your hunting season be fruitful and fun! Be safe out there.

About Jason Herndon (20 Articles)
Jason is a current military veteran and is an avid bow hunter who loves the sport of archery. His passion is doing what he loves which is being with family and friends in the woods bow hunting. With over 20 years of bow hunting experience, Jason has passed on his love for bow hunting to many others including some on this site. He has a great deal of knowledge in the archery industry and looks forward to testing the newest products in the archery world to see how they measure up. Jason is passionately driven with passing on the traditions of archery and bow hunting to anyone. He spends a large portion of his time instructing and teaching children and/or adults how to shoot bows of all kinds. His love for the sport only grows as more and more people come to the sport of archery. If you would like to contact Jason, please click on the email below with any questions or comments.

2 Comments on The Miracles of PVC

  1. That’s a sweet looking bow holder I would really like to have the specs/ instructions and materials list to build that stand if its alright with you.

    And thank you for your service to our country and fighting for our freedoms here and abroad. And I thank your family for for supporting you and your service to our country. It takes special a special person to be a family member of one of our Armed Forces members and I thank them for allowing you to protect me and my family hopefully someday I will be given the same opportunity thank you very much for your service sir and God bless you and your family.

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    • Robert Leonard, Thank you for the kind words and all your support. It is much appreciated. My only wish was there were more like you in this country. I will be glad to shoot you the parts/ materials list. If you could please send me an email with your contact info, I will send it to you as soon as possible. My email address is jason@chasinwhitetails.com. Thanks again!

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