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Morrell NASP Youth Archery Target

   

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28" X 28" X 10"

Target Weight:
15 lbs.
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Official size, in a lightweight, easily portable version that’s ideal for the younger archer, the Morrell NASP Youth Archery Target features 80 cm facing with four identical patches on the back. Easy arrow removal. Dimensions: 28" x 28" x 10". Weight: 15 lbs.
Manufacturer model #: B109.

  • Lightweight and portable
  • Official size
  • 80 cm facing with four identical patches on the back
  • Easy arrow removal
Morrell NASP Youth Archery Target 2.9 5 7 7
In all fairness While I wouldn't recommend this to a friend, I was duly warned. The target is rated for 30 lb bows max. We were shooting my 30 lb. PSE Razorback. The target was marginally adequate. Good strong hits would punch right up to the vanes on the arrow. I would pass on this and get a better target. A shame though. I really enjoy the big black/blue/red/yellow target. This is a fun target to shoot at. March 18, 2012
Great Purchase Exactly what I was looking for my son to practice. April 2, 2011
it will work The newer targets are certainly not like the first ones I purchased. They are however usable , with a few modifications they can be made better. I teach archery so our targets are used quite a bit. Just dont let anyone shoot the target with anything over 30 lbs. draw weight. For the money they are a good target. December 11, 2013
Youth Target Kids under 9 or 10 become frustrated with this target because the fabric covering is too tough for regular arrows to penetrate - they just bounce off. Its a great size and light weight but its no fun if the arrows do not stick. September 2, 2013
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3 years, 11 months ago
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Not a chance! You can take the staples out of the bottom, open the bottom of the box and add sheets of high density thin foam to beef it up. Retape the box after adding foam, cut a piece of quarter inch plywood to fit the bottom, refold the outside cover, and staple the cover to the plywood. This holds everything together and adds stability to the target.
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No, no, no. I use a 30 lb. beginners youth bow. It barely handles that.
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This is a youth target. Recommended for bows that are 30 lbs. and less.
3 years, 7 months ago
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I'm currently shooting a old Jennings T-STAR II that is coming in at 57#.

This bow doesn't penetrate more than 3 inches at 15 yards so I would say you have nothing to worry about.
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Hah! 10 of these would not stop a 150 lb bow.
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yes with out a doubt! I shoot the horton brotherhood at 175 lbs, no problem even at 25 yards
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YOUTH TARGET. Recommended for bows that are 30 lbs. and less.

Morrell targets are manufactured with today's speed bows in mind. They can take it!
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