So, I have a spare ballistic panel sitting around that I want to turn into a good dry-fire target/backstop. I live in a townhouse with other units on three sides, so the only more-or-less 'safe' muzzle direction inside is towards the front and pointed high enough to go safely over the sidewalk/parking lot towards the hill across the way.
Therefore my backstop needs to hang up on a wall somewhere, and so I was thinking about building some sort of frame to hold the panel. Maybe even put a print or poster over the result to make it somewhat decorative.
Anybody got any better suggestions? Any of those with a little bit of carpentry know-how have any suggestions for how to put the frame together?
All helpful (or at least amusing ) input welcome!