Bow target

Orblacktail

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What does everyone use for an all around good target? I am just getting into archery and I need to practice a lot, so I need a durable target. My friend has a morrells bag target that seems to handle pretty well. Are bags more durable than the blocks?
 

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Block targets hold up really well for field points and offer you the ability to practice with broadheads. DO NOT SHOOT A BROADHEAD AT A BAG TARGET! It's really hard to get them out, trust me. Blocks will wear out fairly fast if you hammer them with broadheads over and over again at close range. I usually get about a year out of mine and I like to shoot broadheads at them during hunts and leading up to the season.
 

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I've been shooting a bow for about a year and a half. I decided on the Block target and it has worked out really well. Not only are the arrows easy to remove and it seems to last a long time, you can change the look of what you want to shoot. I usually end my shooting with a couple of pokes at the deer vitals target just to make me feel confident and get a better feel for how precise I have to be with a bow.
 

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Bag targets work great for just field point practice but if you want a target that does both field points and broadheads the Rinehart 18-1 is the only way to go.
 
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