[Ansteorra] archery targets
arwemakere at gmail.com
Mon Apr 2 10:05:27 PDT 2012
Don't get the cheap ones, they don't last nearly as long. Get the genuine
For longevity and lower maintenance, I would recommend American Whitetail
foam targets. The have replaceable center cores and will stop 60+ lb
compounds shooting 3/16" diameter arrows at 30m easily.
For appearance, you can always add a wrap of burlap to hide the "foamness"
of it. They are expensive, and heavy, but do not loosen as quickly as the
grass mats, don't rot if they get wet, and do not get eaten by (insert your
preferred regional critter here)
On Mon, Apr 2, 2012 at 9:50 AM, Owen Van Meter <ovanoff57 at clearwire.net>wrote:
> This is going to sound a little strange but try Amazon.com. I've bought
> from them before and the items were well made. Just type "Archery Targets"
> into the search thing.
> On Mon, Apr 2, 2012 at 10:19 AM, Dave W <wiselaw at comcast.net> wrote:
> > Hi all, was looking for suggestions for where to locate some of the old
> > style archery targets. The kind like the old Robin Hood movies, i.e. 5'
> > around, burlap covered sort of thing. I can build the A frame with
> > for moving them back each round.
> > Getting ready for Squires, Cadets and Archarius and would like to set a
> > nice
> > field that has the archery front and center, and not relegated to the
> > 40.
> > Any suggestions for sourcing, and/or info on what they go for these days
> > would be appreciated.
> > Alexis
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