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American Whitetail FPS 300 Compression Bag Archery Target(1223409)
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American Whitetail FPS 300 Compression Bag Archery Target - The FPS300 series compression target is built to specifically stop field point arrows shooting over 300 feet per second thousands of times. It manages to be durable, and still maintains very easy arrow removal.
American Whitetail FPS 300 Compression Bag Archery Target - This monster bag target measures an impressive 32" x 32" x 20". Not only is it large, but its specialty is to stop field tip arrows flying at speeds over 300 feet per second thousands of times. It is large, durable, and maintains very easy arrow removal, all for a great price.
- 32in x 32in x 20in
- Field point only
- 9-four inch target side
- Whitetail vital area side
- Loops on corners to hang target
Jesse of Bellevue, ID - May, 04 2013:
The price was good for the size of the target but you get what you pay for. The bag itself is large, but is not stuffed very full, and the stuffing is loose. I shoot a Hoyt Maxxis 31 at 70# with Easton Axis 400s and they blow through the target ruining the vanes. The stuffing also leaves a thick plastic residue on the shafts that is very hard to scrape off.Jonathan of Jamestown, TN - July, 29 2014:
I had one of these targets for about three years before it finally became unusable. The center dot only lasted one season as it lines up pretty close to the vitals target on the reverse. It would last longer if the other 8 targets were consistently used. Also, the last season that I used it my dad, brother and myself all shot at it with bows pulling over 60 lbs. Arrows won't pass through if you avoid the highly used targets. Don't use broad heads...Duh. Good budget target for field points.D. Moore of Pardeeville, WI - January, 12 2015:
Actually a great target for traditional shooting. I paint them brown and place them on their side. This view replicates the chest area of a deer and you have to pick your spot according to how you are facing the target. Have had one outside for 5 years now. Squirrels think it's a great place to eat acorns too!
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