RedHead Four-Sided Broadhead Target
Good as they get
I bought this size redhead target 3 seasons ago and it is finally getting a little ragged but it is still functional. Like the guy said that "can't get his arrows out". That's right, don't shoot it with field points, it is nearly impossible to remove them. I shoot my target with PRACTICE broadheads. They don't cut the material like real broadheads and are easy to remove. Real broadheads get dulled and greatly shorten the life of the target. Most broadhead manufacturers have practice blades, use those and save your real broadhead blades for hunting, don't waste time having to sharpen them or take a chance on otherwise damaging them.
December 2, 2012
Good for money
Does just what it says great broadhead target bag 10 times easier to remove bolts that my old target had to be the hulk to remove them would recommend for checking hunting broadheads before going out in field
January 13, 2013
18 inch target
I have been bow hunting in northern California my hole life and always wanted a target to bring with me . The half hour before the hunt is very important to make sure all you equipment is accurate and working properly. This 18 inch target is just the right size and my broadheads don't get damaged . Or damage the target . I even use it in my backyard when I get that itch to shoot something . In my opinion its perfect.
November 11, 2012
RedHead Broadhead Target
Mainly used a 365 fps cross bow w fixed blade. Sometimes they were buried to fletchings. Sometimes only the broad head stuck out and you had to pull them through or beat them back in if only a bit stuck out. The others arrows blew threw the target and got lost or destroyed.
Those that did stop in the target were very hard to remove even with a twist. I knelt on it and gripped it with two hands and rubber gloves or pliers on the broad heads for those that went mostly through. Mechanicals got totally destroyed pulling them out in just a few shots. Small pieces of foam all over the yard after 100 shots. Also plastic wrap gets cut with broad heads and needs to be constantly duct taped on. I ended up placing a second target behind it to stop the arrow but then I could not see where I hit the first target to sight the bow in.
Buying a cheaper target cost more in lost arrows and destroyed broad heads.
BassPro sales person recommended it but it was an absolute mistake for a fast crossbow.
August 12, 2014