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Morrell Yellow Jacket Supreme Broadhead Foam Block Archery Target

$79.99
Morrell Yellow Jacket Supreme Broadhead Foam Block Archery Target - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

Designed to withstand high speed energy bows, the Morrell ® Yellow Jacket Supreme Broadhead Archery Target is the perfect size for home or camp use. This target features Morrell's ® poly-elastic cross-link foam and slick coating for easy broadhead removal. All four sides can be shot at and are marked with five bull's-eyes per side.
FEATURES:

  • Designed to withstand high speed energy bows
  • Morrell's ® poly-elastic cross-link foam
  • Slick coating for easy broadhead removal
  • 4-sided shooting
  • 5 bull's-eyes per side
  • For broadhead shooting only
  • 22'' x 23'' x 19''
  • 17 lbs
Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 12257178

Customer Reviews:

Morrell Yellow Jacket Supreme Broadhead Foam Block Archery Target 4 5 1 1
Great if you use it as intended Bought this because my local archery shop didnt have anything else and I figured this would be good for filed points. Though it does a good job of stopping arrows pushing 320 fps, THEY ARE ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE TO GET OUT! However, with broadheads, they pop right out because the arrows dont go in as far. This is why it's important to follow direstions. If you plan on using only broadheads, like when sighting in your bow under hunting conditions, get this. If you want a target for practice, get something that is designed to work with field points. Durability is good with broadheads, how long do you really expect a target to last when you are slicing it up with razors? September 9, 2012
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