How to Build a Bow & Arrow Holder Out of PVC Pipe

A friend of ours gave us a bow and arrow holder awhile back and it's caught a lot of attention on social media. Well, ask and you shall receive, right? Feel free to be creative and change up the design! This is such a simple way to make an affordable stand to keep at home so you're not putting your bow on the ground during practice sessions.

A few things that I didn't include in the video:

  1. I highly recommend using Schedule 40 PVC pipe and fittings. It creates a very stout stand, which has allowed us to put up to 3 bows on each side of the "T" while shooting with friends.
  2. I did not use PVC glue in the video for time reasons, but please remember to use PVC glue on each piece you attach! It is absolutely necessary to glue everything together, and the entire structure will be much tighter than what's seen in the video because the glue allows it to slide together more closely. Some people might want to use a primer before applying glue, although I don't think it's necessary for this particular project.
  3. As an alternative, you may use a hand saw to cut the piping, but it would be way more time consuming. It's worth it to borrow an electric saw from a friend if you don't have one of your own!

Watch the YouTube video for easy to follow instructions!