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Old 01-26-2017, 09:00 PM
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Hang Fast Targets - The final target solution

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Impressive what are you using as the posts in the ground, the uprights the hangers are on?
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I think you called then T Posts I'm new to this
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I think you called then T Posts I'm new to this
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T Posts are forged metal fence posts designed for fencing livestock. They are made from forged steel and are extremely strong and tough....and cheap, costing around $5.00. They come in lengths from 5' to 8'. They are widely available at farm, home and hardware stores nationwide. Stores such as Home Depot, Lowes, Tractor Supply, Southern States and many hardware stores keep them in stock. There are many manufacturers so the posts vary somewhat in size. The following pics shows the average size. I have seen extremely light weight versions at surplus stores and would not recommend them.

A T Post DRIVER is also recommended. A hammer can deform the post top and .... your hand.

Here are some pics I took of T Posts bought from Southern States.





This pic is the caliper measuring the actual width of the Hang Fast Hanger



Watch for deformed ends when you buy selecting posts that have clean cut square ends. This pic is an example of a deformed end that would prevent installation of our hanger. It only matters on the top and not the bottom of the post.

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Nice one thanks Tractor Supply will get a visit today then I will be in touch.
By the by what would be the shipping for two fail safe hangers to 33917?
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Nice one thanks Tractor Supply will get a visit today then I will be in touch.
By the by what would be the shipping for two fail safe hangers to 33917?
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USPS Priority Flat Rate $7.20
( up to 6 hangers ship for this price)
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Nice I will be in touch when I get the t posts, just been offered a job been out of work since October got a lot of Federal paperwork to do.
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I love the sound of steel in the morning !
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