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20 x 12.3 x 23.5 inches ; 18.31 pounds
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9.9
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Buyer's Reviews 282

I was a little skeptical that a bag would last as a target, but I was proved wrong when I started using this. It's super lightweight, even though it looks like a bag of sand or something. I think it's filled with a lot of nylon, just like you found on the tarp, which makes it lightweight and durable. The surface packaging wears off with multiple shots, but the interior is well maintained. I was shooting in my backyard, shooting at a new part of the target (usually from a point I missed) that drove the dog crazy next door, so he could hear it. I need to figure out how to raise this to the eye level in my backyard in an elegant way, and I'm sure I've got a lot of practice in the zombie apocalypse to protect myself from zombie rabbits, but I'm also going to practice for human zombies.

16 x 17 x 7.5 inches
9.5
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Large size and quality very durable will buy more

9.4 x 3.9 x 9.4 inches ; 2.93 pounds
9.2
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For everyone who has written negative comments about it, I doubt you are using it correctly. Here is a detailed description so that if you are considering buying it, you have the right reason to buy it. This is about 2 degrees X2'in the front, about 1 'deep. It consists of polystyrene foam wrapped in a sealed semi-heavy plastic lid (think of the thickness of the plastic as a good zipper bag with a target on it). It has a clear label, and it is not used for bows with a tension greater than 40 pounds. I would like to add that this is designed for children with arrows and round tips. Don't even try conventional archery with practice skills. And in most cases, never use a generous head. Just like you could have expected when you were shooting. The tip arrow of the fillet will hit the target you want through practice and good line of sight. On the youth archery setting, I use it because I simply use our colored needles and attach different heights to the arrow holder. When the circular tip arrow enters the foam target, do not expect it to look like the arrow placed by Robin Hood. They may deflect a little through the media, so you will get some arrows from different angles in the target. Or maybe you won't. However, I'm just saying, don't expect the arrow to respond to the goal if it's a more expensive goal designed for high bow weight and practice or Broadhead points. Dots will behave less predictably in foam targets at lower speeds. With regard to service life, I'd like to say that you should.

22 x 20 x 8 inches ; 8 ounces
8.8
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Buyer's Reviews 156

I saw the comment about the broken lining, so as soon as I came in, I wrapped it in tape, which was a great job for me! I even chose a beautiful tape color, so I like it better. Haha, I'm an adult woman, using a 30-pound bow, and I'm very satisfied with that goal. I plan to get a higher picture weight soon, and still feel comfortable using this goal.

19.5 x 19.2 x 19.2 inches ; 0.8 ounces
8.5
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So far there have been only six shots, seen in a new bow / range, but I don't want this goal to run out any time soon. I have a new ExCalibur Matrix bulldog, a 280lb, 400 fps bow. I was a little worried by some negative comments about the depth of the arrow and the difficulty of pulling, but I bought this one anyway. I was a little surprised at the size, and although I read the specification-much bigger than I realized, it was good and bad. The bigger the transport, the heavier the weight-but it's not that heavy. I can't move it, I can't easily carry it to the back of the truck, and I'm not a big guy. More importantly, when my 250 Diablo (Easton) carbon arrow, 150 field points, a total of 400, 400 feet per second hit it, it did not move, not even an inch. The arrow enters at most half and then pulls out very easily. I bought an arrow puller with a ExCalibur T handle because people say arrows are hard to pull. This may be useful for other goals, but now I could have saved that money. My arrows and venues are very smooth. This is a 19x19 inch cube-I need to measure it, but I think it's closer to 24 inches. The extra size is good on some smaller 12-to 15-inch high-density foam blocks and is difficult to pull out. A friend has a bow like this. His bow is about 300 frames per second, and it's hard to pull arrows out of the foam.

8.0
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I am quite satisfied with these goals. They do look a little different from the yellow of the others I saw on the ranch, but it doesn't matter to me. I like to have my own goals now, rather than using shots that are already in range. I like to see my hit / miss general pattern after shooting, especially if I suspect my settings may need to be adjusted. I am quite unfamiliar with archery, so I am glad to see the number marking the score of each scoring ring. In the future, I think I'll look for five fixed targets, because I like to shoot five arrows and get them back. I don't want to risk hitting an arrow and destroying it. The paper used for these can be described more as a lightweight building paper, thicker than office paper but thinner than building paper. They keep good shots and target needles.

20 x 10 x 20 inches ; 22 pounds
8.1
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Buyer's Reviews 80

I got this because I needed something to make my compound bow. I have a problem with my bolts through lighter construction targets at full strength (70 pounds), dialing down to 55 pounds, but there are still bolts stuck through a few inches on the back. I've sent some bolts to this target, and it's a good way to stop 70 pounds. I plucked my bow to 55 pounds, and it still penetrated a few inches and kept the bolts straight. I haven't tried less than 55 pounds yet, but one day I'll try it and return it to you.

33.5 x 32 x 45 inches ; 14.7 pounds
7.4
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Let me start by saying that this is a very good position, that is, if the company gives you all the right parts. In my case, I believe they sent me two right / left leg components, which means one of them has to be worn on the Basackward. This does not affect the function of the stent in any way. Now, in terms of components, all the screws they give you are so close to each other that it's hard to know where and which screws to use. This may seem like common sense, but this is not the case. I will admit that I am not very good at putting things together, but my wife is not, this rally let her go. All those who pointed out in their comments how simple it was to assemble must be doing a different job than mine and my wife. This bastard is a pain in @ ^ *! Don't believe in simplicity. Of course, this may be a matter of perspective. Well, we finally made a small change. It will do what it wants to do, but I don't want to assemble another one.

18 x 12.5 x 0.5 inches
7.4
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A great product that sees or just checks the accuracy of your shooting fun. Hopefully, the background color of the target will be a little lighter, and it will be difficult to distinguish the area of the head from the neck at a distance of 40 yards. Anyway, it's great.

Buyer's Reviews 602

If you are worried about the cost of the product, I will explain why it is a good purchase over time. I've been shooting for years and I've never had any problems with them. When it comes to shooting points, this goal is super persistent. For weeks, I've been shooting mechanical (furious) and fixed (fuzzy) warheads at this target, and now it's holding up well. There is some superficial damage from mechanical and fixed Broadhead practices, but this is predictable. Don't sacrifice quality for the price. You won't regret buying it.

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Product Dimensions 20 x 12.3 x 23.5 inches ; 18.31 pounds 16 x 17 x 7.5 inches 9.4 x 3.9 x 9.4 inches ; 2.93 pounds 22 x 20 x 8 inches ; 8 ounces 19.5 x 19.2 x 19.2 inches ; 0.8 ounces - 20 x 10 x 20 inches ; 22 pounds 33.5 x 32 x 45 inches ; 14.7 pounds 18 x 12.5 x 0.5 inches -
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