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Hurricane Bag Archery Targets

   

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Size:
20" x 20" x 10"

Target Weight:
20 lbs.

Description:
H-20
  • $39.99

  • SKU: 1897400

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Size:
23" X 25" X 12"

Target Weight:
23 lbs.

Description:
H-25
  • $49.99

  • SKU: 1688658

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Size:
28" X 28" X 12"

Target Weight:
33 lbs.

Description:
H-28
  • $69.99

  • SKU: 1688659

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Bright background fields with high-contrast Hurricane™ aiming points on front, offset deer vitals on back. High-performance bag targets leave others in the dust. High-performance Tri-Core Technology™ interior. Heavy-duty handle. Features bright background fields with high-contrast Hurricane aiming points on front, offset deer vitals on back.

  • High-performance bag targets leave others in the dust
  • High-performance Tri-Core Technology™ interior
  • Heavy-duty handle
Hurricane Bag Archery Targets 4.1 5 45 45
Hurricane™ Bag Archery Target Review Found the Hurricane Archery Bag Target to be a good value for the money. We purchased the 20-20 size. The reverse side of the bag has the profile of a deer on it. August 25, 2013
Solid for the price. Been banging on one of these for the last few weeks. Must say, it's stopped every arrow we've thrown at it, and we've been roughing up the vitals area for going on two weeks with regularity. It's showing more wear than I'm used to seeing out of a bag target, but nothing to shake a stick at. If we wear out the vitals, just flip it over and with the smaller targets to shoot at on the other side, it'll force a marked increase in overall accuracy by the shooter. It just wears slightly faster than a pricier bag. That's all I can find wong with it. If you are having trouble pulling arrows, you are using the wrong size field tips for your arrows. November 7, 2011
Excellent target for the money... I have shot multiple archery targets and this is the best overall for field point use. My bag has stop 2,000+ arrows from my bow shooting 335fps with ease in 1 1/2 years since I purchased it from BP. The bag still has at least another 2,000 shots left in it before replacement will be required. Single hand removal of your arrows happens the majority of the time, highly recommend this bag. I would recommend spending the $10 or $20 for the largest bag as well, as carbon arrows are expensive and the larger bag pays for itself in the event of a couple off target shots that are saved with the larger target bag. April 7, 2013
Not even worth $20 I bought this bag almost 3 weeks ago and have only shot maybe 150 arrows into it with my 70lb Dimond and already have had several passthroughs. the first couple i thought were just because of tight groups and one just slipped through and didi what i could to recompact the filling. but after serveral more pass throughs this thing is in the trash. I also would like to add that i did spread my shots between the multiple targest dots on this target. the only positive thing I can say about this target is the multiple shooting dots and the vitals on the other side, but all that doesnt mean a thing if it wont stop arrows. Now Ive got some arrows to re fletch and a Big Green Target to buy. September 17, 2012
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You can shoot into it with broad-heads, but you won't be able to get them out. So, NO I would not shoot broad-heads into it. I have a hard time even getting my Field Point arrows out.
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It is a target designed for field points. There have been some reviews stating that they have shot broad-heads into it without a problem, although this is not recommended.
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yes ive shot quite a few NAP spitfires into mine, I wouldn't make a habit of shooting them a lot because itll slice up the bag material, but none the less itll take broadheads.
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Yes it can.
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My 150 lb draw crossbow puts a 20in bolt about 8-10 inches in from 20 yards.
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It might depend on the broad head. I have not had any arrows go through it yet after 200 shots. I expect it to break down after more time has passed
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I don't recommend broadheads or blunt tips, puts too big of holes and slashes in it
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No Just use field tips
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If your asking "Will an arrow ever go completely thru?" then NO. There is no way to put one all the way thru this target. Im shooting a 70# bow and hit it at 10 yds. Buried it a little over half but nowhere near going thru.
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No, every maker is a little different. things such as arrow weight, speed, stiffness, diameter, broad head and even the material the arrow is made off comes into play. best bet for you depending on if you want more penitration or less is to try different arrows and set ups to see what works best for you and your set up my friend. Good luck
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Per the manufacturer: As far as arrow penetration, if someone is constantly shooting at one spot on the target this spot will become worn out and arrows will start to penetrate more. This can be solved by simply laying the bag target down and walking and jumping on it to rearrange the stuffing inside so you don’t end up with “dead spots”. Thanks
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Yes! Do NOT leave this target out in the rain! I accidentally left mine out and now the whole inside is forever wet and even has a fungus growing in it!
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Perhaps but I take mine inside--- exterior is a durable mesh with handle. Not sure what's inside but the more holes you make...
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Water won't damage it unless it has been used a bit. The exterior is water resistant. The more holes put you put in it will allow water to penetrate but it will still function.
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No, mine bag has been outside for 1.5 years with no issues.
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Not at first but after shooting it about 100 time then yes!
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Depends on what you mean by damage. If you leave it out and it rains, the filler will absorb all the water through the holes left by the arrows. Mine never did dry out and, as a result, I ended up with a target that weighed over 50 pounds. Try dragging that out to 70+ yards and back whenever you want to practice.
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The manufacturer does not recommend leaving the target out all year long or in rainy conditions. The water will not so much damage the target but when combined with consistent shooting will contribute to target wear. Thanks
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I would assume no. My son shot at it a few times with his BB gun and the steel bbs bounced off of it.
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It would depend on how far you're from the target. My guess would be a little difficult out more than 10 yards.
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I have this target and have shot my son's bow which is set at 20lbs and it goes in a couple of inches from 15 yds so it should be fine.
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what size is the bag?

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It comes is a few sizes. I purchased the 20-20 which was more than adequate for my need shooting from 30 and 40 yards.
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23"x25"x12" (25 pounds)
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28"x28"x12" (33 pounds)
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it is about a 2.5 by 2.5 square and about 1 ft in depth
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25 LBS Bag is 23” x 25” x 12”
33 LBS Bag is 28” x 28” x 12”
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Not for me. Stops carbon arrows just fine.
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This bag handles my carbon arrows coming off my bow at 335fps with no problem.
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Nope, me and the wife are beating one of these up wih carbon arrows, and the only thing you need to be aware of is making sure to get the right field tips to use with carbon arrows. If you get the ones made for aluminum arrows they will be much harder to pull out because the tips are larger than the arrow shafts and will stick more into the catch material. The bad reviews about people having issues pulling arrows are likely a user error rather than a flaw in the item.
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I shoot carbon with my Diamond Outlaw and zero probs. Some are easier to remove than others but it is defintiely not difficult.
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No issue with carbon arrows. I use carbon arrows when I shoot, and still not a problem. The arrows can be pulled out of the target very easily.
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no issues with carbon arrows
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No issues with carbon arrows. I use a Gold Tip carbon arrow.
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stops arrows but getting them out is a problem.
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The only issue that might be considered is if the field point is bigger that the shaft, it will get caught on the bag cover. It still comes out pretty easy. I just slide the arrow out until it gets caught on the cover, then give a quick tug and it comes on out. Hope this helps.
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I am shooting Trophy Ridge Blasters which are very small in diameter so they penetrate more than standard sized arrows and I have had zero issues!!!
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Feels like layered foam
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We haven't shot through one enpugh yet and thus haven't opened one up, but It appears to contain sheets of foam encased in plastic sheeting.
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After shooting mine to pieces, found strips of foam inside.
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seems to be like a canvas material
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foam and carboard like material
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I think it's rags and such.
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