Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 29
Rated 2 out of 5 by Rusroc Doesn't hold up
Bought this target on Monday. Started using it on Tuesday. By Friday I am shooting arrows completely through the target. We probably put 200 arrows into it. I am shooting a Hoyt Apex 32 @ 65lbs. Gold Tip arrows with 100gr tips. I bought this because I needed a small target that I could travel with and it had a rebate. Should have spent more to get better.
May 10, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by tvarden Great deal for my needs..
I picked this up yesterday and shot it 50 times today, every shot went out the back 2-3 inches no where near the vanes. It works perfect for what I was looking for. Every arrow pulled out extremely easy. I shoot a Mathews Creed 28.5" at 63 lbs with Carbon Express Maxima Hunter KV 250 arrows cut to 28" with 100 grain field tips. Shooting over a chronograph it shoots 278-279 fps. I usually shoot at my dads house, its a father son thing we do. But with work lately I have not had time to make it over as much as I would like, so needed to get a target to put in my backyard. My dad has multiple targets set up at his house. Mostly Field Logic Blocks "old ones" and the new black ones. He also has a few of the animals they make. The arrows usually do not come out the back of his targets, but they are a lot harder to pull out. I will probably not shoot broadheads into it much as I have seen this style of target break down fast as the foam gets cut up and falls out. But for a field tip target that you can shoot over and over and not get worn out removing your arrows from the target its a great deal at half the price of the other brands.
April 21, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by CACOhunter Good Value
It stops my arrows, but the field point arrows are a little hard to pull out
April 11, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by nobodyspecial RedHead 4-sided target
I just used this for the first time. It is very windy today, so I hung it from the ceiling in my closet as I did with my old bag target. Distance about 7 feet. I alternated spots, with no more than 10 shots in the lower bulls eye. I hit the exact spot 3 times (not in a row, hitting near the same spot a few other times) and on the 3rd time the arrow penetrated until the knock disappeared about 4" into the target. You can see on the back side of the target where it tore a tiny hole and I can push the arrow all the way through the hole with little effort. I'm shooting 60# at 257 fps My arrows are 419 grain with the field tip, 29" long - giving 61 lbs of kinetic energy. That is average for hunting. For $70 I expect more. Maybe at longer distance and with less energy it would take longer - but clearly it is damaged with each shot.
April 10, 2013