Thread: Equipment: $40 DIY Hockey Shooting Tarp
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02-11-2013, 03:54 PM
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You can hem in weights to the bottom and have it stay more constent in form. It would help with the pulling out by absorbing recoil. Also maybe with the grommets - put a bungee into the grommet end and the other bungee side on a screw / hook. Then you don't have direct contact to the tarp (and can change the tarp if it tears) and it will really disperse the energy and lessen the noise.

On the bad side if you get it too tight you may be catch the pucks right back at you.

Just ideas, not sure if it's able to be done there.

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