Note that this guide is for the Minum Archery Simulator 1.0, which requires parts to be purchased from numerous other vendors. While still a great option, we are now offering (in pre-order) the new and improved Minum Archery Simulator 2.0! We've completely redesigned it from the ground up for better performance and to be able to offer it as a complete kit, including everything you need for a more convenient and streamlined experience.
Build Guide: Setting It Up At Your Range
Setting It Up, Bracing, and Staking It Down
After following all the previous instructions, it is now time to set up the rig in your shooting lane! To do this, you will use the remaining two full 10' lengths of conduit. These will be used to brace the rig upright. To do this, simply use the conduit along with a T connector attached to the top bar of the backstop. This connector should go between the edge of the backstop and the upright support for the touch frame. Then, attach another T connector near the other end of the conduit and drive one of the J stakes into the ground, hooking right above that T connector to prevent it from sliding.
My first iteration I had these extending backward in order to counter the arrow impact like this: