Morrell Yellow Jacket Broadhead Target
Perfect for home or camp use. Made with poly/elastic cross-line coated foam with elastic-type closing capability that reseals and minimizes damage caused by broadheads. Broadheads pull out easily. Target can be shot on all 4 sides. Pre-marked with 10 bull's-eyes (5 on front and 5 on back) and an attached handle for easy carry. For broadhead use only. 20"H x 22"W x 19"D. Made in USA.
Rated 2.5 out of 5 by 26 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by TnDeerHunter2820 Better than the Block Let me start by saying I shot the Block Original last year and I know what to expect from a layered target. After 2 weeks my arrows were passing through at only 30 shots per day 2 times a week. It was a total mess in the yard. YELLOW JACKET is the complete opposite of what I have read. I use a Matthews LX at 65lbs with 100 grain Carbon Express F-15's, one mean Broadhead, and after 50 shots, no issues. Easy arrow removal- for those who struggle, grip tight next to the target and pull, ITS THAT EASY. Zero mess after 50 shots!!!! Most of all its lite weight and easily portable. Take it to camp and everyone can tune up before getting into a stand. Look, I'm like everyone else; I want something dependable and worth the money and with the Yellow Jacket I found it. Until I wear it OUT, I've said enough! Thanks Morrel. September 24, 2011
Rated 1 out of 5 by bowdiddle Worst target ever Shot through this target from the start. Internal packing comes out when removing arrow. Arrows are very difficult to remove. I would rather shoot hay bails than the Morrell Yellow Jacket Braodhead Target. The people who disigned this target have never shot a bow. November 21, 2010
Rated 1 out of 5 by arrowlauncherdj 1 month old and worn out I bought this "broadhead" target about 1 month ago from our local store. I shoot a recurve with a 2 blade head, and in this past month, shooting 3 days per week about 100 shots per day, I am passing through. Not only that the outer skin of the target is toast. I have to repack all the slivers and inner core and duct tape it just to shoot it. Pathetic! worst $80 I ever spent. October 22, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by Boss2 not a bad target Everyone is saying its impossible to take out field tips. DUHHHHHHHHHH IT SAYS "BROADHEADS ONLY" That means don't use field tips. I shoot MX3 Muzzys and never have a hard time pulling them out. I shoot 2 times a week during the off season and 3 -4 times a week pre season and I am on my second target after three years. No slivering, like other targets. May 1, 2010