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Field Logic The BLOCK BLACK Archery Targets

   

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Size:
16" X 16" X 12"

Target Weight:
11 lbs.
Size:
18" X 18" X 16"

Target Weight:
18 lbs.
Size:
20" X 20" X 16"

Target Weight:
22 lbs.
Size:
22" X 22" X 16"

Target Weight:
28 lbs.

The BLOCK® BLACK™ from Field Logic literally stops thousands of arrows, even rocketed from today’s ultra-powerful bows! Four-sided shooting for super-extended target life. High contrast, white-on-black dots/graphics are far easier to see at long range, letting you hone your arrow placement farther out than ever before. PolyFusion™ design for even longer target life. Easy arrow removal means more practice, less fatigue, and better hunting. Recessed GripPit™ handle can never rot off or be shot off.

  • Literally stops thousands of arrows
  • Designed to last with today’s ultra-powerful bows
  • Four-sided shooting for super-extended target life
  • High contrast, white-on-black dots/graphics
  • PolyFusion™ design for even longer target life
  • Easy arrow removal for more practice, less fatigue, and better hunting
  • Recessed GripPit handle
Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 44 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best target purchase This target stops all field tips and broad heads without tearing the target up. Removal is very easy every arrow we have shot at it. Very easy to see from 60 yards as well. Cant go wrong here. March 10, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Worth wile purchase No more digging or cutting arrows out of targets. This will stop a arrow from any crossbow. Money well spent. December 10, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by top quality target marks are easy to see, solid construction, stands up to and stops arrows from a 345ibo bow, I read some reveiwers having difficulty removing arrows but I haven't found that to be true, if I had bought this instead of the cheap redhead one last year I wouldn't of had to replace it October 23, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best Target I've Ever Had Best target I"ve ever had! Can shoot field points and broadheads. I bought the 16x16. Compact enough to be portable. Tough enough to last years. Love the recessed handle. Only target I will ever buy or recommend in the future. Excellent value! October 19, 2013
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Yes. I'm shooting 352 with a hunting arrow from a compound bow now.
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Yes. I shoot a Barnett DOA chronographed at 373 feet per second. Shooting 455 grain arrows. It's the only target I've found to stop my bolts. Arrows pull out easily. No problems, no straining to pull the bolt, just fun shooting. Bag you a bigen.
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I shoot a Mathews Z7 bow that is rated at 320fps and the target doesn't have any problems stopping the arrow.
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Probably but you won't get them out
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My bow shoots over 300 fps so I dont see why it wouldnt.
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I shoot a Mathews Z7 that max's out at about 336 fps. I shoot it at around 305-310 and this target works fine. When shot at the side for broadheads/field tips the arrows will make it through to the other side from shot at 20 yards, but they do stop in plenty of time
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How loud is the impact on this target compared to bag targets? if i used this in my backyard would it disturb the neighbors?

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In my experience, foam targets in general are quieter.
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Compared to other targets I have owned, this target is no louder than any of those. I don't think your neighbors would be bothered at all.
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The target is very quiet. Your bow will make more noise launching the arrow than the impact of the arrow on the target.
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It sounds like a nerf ball hitting someone. Its really quiet
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No, it is as quiet as other targets I have used.
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I shoot a Mathews Z7 set to 60lbs so its about 305-310fps. When shot from 20yrds at field tip only side this target makes only a slight noise. Unless your neightbors have super powers, they will nto be hearing it
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I think it is quieter than a bag target.. I believe the foam deadens the noise factor.
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It makes a solid thud, very similar to the noise made when a catcher catches a pitch in baseball. If you can play baseball in your yard, sling some arrows. Hope this helps
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it wont disturb your neighbors at all. I shoot the Block Targets from fieldlogic and they are not loud at all on impact. fieldpoints nor braudheads
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compared to bags its a little louder but still not enough to disturb your neighbors my neighbors are about 15yards behind my house and i shoot everyday and bring friends over and they haven't complained
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Not at all. Very quiet I shoot it in my backyard daily
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Whats the difference?

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What is the difference in the targets and the model numbers?
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The different model numbers indicate the width of the target. Example: the Black Block 22 is a 22" target.
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16 is 16" 18 is 18" and 20 is for 20" it the size.
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The number means how many inches wide the target is. For example, b-18 is 18 inches. Happy shooting
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the difference is the bigger the model number the larger the targets and the more money u spend
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look towards another brand
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The size of each target. If you select the model 16 the size 16 x 16 x 12.
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YES BUT IT TEARS IT APPART ALOT FASTER THAN FIELD TIPS.
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yeas, it says mechanicals and fixed blade on the target packaging
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Yes, but do not expect it to last anywhere near as long... If you only are checking your broadhead flight 1to 3 arrows a yearn your fine... But if you consistently shoot broadheads the target will chunk apart! Just a fact.. There is no such thing as self healing foam/plastic once you make a cut into it, it won't magically heal itself.. I have a target that has no less than 10000 shots in it... with field tips,no exageration and I'm still shooting it.. Had to repaint the targets but thats it.
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Yes, but it shortens target life. I use 100 grain thunderheads, and my 100 grain field points hit exactly the same. It also dulls your broad heads. If you want 20 k shots out of it, only use field points
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yes you can shoot broadhead into it I myself will not own a target I cant use broadheads on .thats one of my faverite things about this target
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yes you can Coppie. I shoot field points, braudheads, and expandibles into the Block everyday which have made a total of thousands of shots and not one single pass through yet
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on the information it says yes, but it will not stop an arrow, dt layers seperated and it fell apart before 1 shot, within 1 day
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I shoot them in my old one so I am very sure you can with the new model
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Yes, according to the manufacture web site, this stops Field Tips, Broadheads, and Expendables. http://www.blocktarget.com/Products/Block-Black.php
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