Delta McKenzie ShotBlocker Bowhunter Foam Block Archery Target
Aim for the Delta McKenzie® ShotBlocker® Bowhunter Foam Block Target to sharpen your bow hunting skills. This target is crafted with tough Welded-Core™ technology that significantly increases durability to withstand shot after shot. With increased durability, shoot on all 4 sides without the need for bands, cables or plates. Shoot any of the 9 spot targets on the front or back and easily remove the arrows when you are done shooting.
- Patented Welded-Core™ technology for enhanced durability
- 4 sided shooting, no bands, cables or plates required
- Reduced slivering when used with broadheads
- Easy arrow removal
- High contrast 9 spot target face front and back for shooting visibility
- Dimensions: 18" x 18" x 14"
- Model: 20850
- Delta McKenzie
Country of Origin: United StatesWeb ID: 13076381
Rated 3 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Buck Below Average Lifespan I have had numerous targets from several of the major manufactures and this one is one of the worst. After only few shots with fieldpoints my arrows were ziping through the target up to the fletchings. I shoot a 60lb bow with heavy arrows so most likley top speed is under 300fps. I would look for another target if your looking for one that will last. This is a decent target for broadhead pactice if you only shoot them 30 or 40 times per year and thats all you use it for. Arrows do come out easy but again life span is next to nothing. I would expect better form the MLB crew as that was the version I bought. Those guys seems like they know good products and this one just doesent compare to other targets in the same price range. January 2, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by kruppger Durable I've owned two of these targets and the only reason I needed to buy the 2nd one is because the first one is starting to crack from thousands of shots. My bow shoots 300 fps and my arrows are 382 grains. I would definitely recommend this target. The colors are easy to see from long distances and I shoot from 50 yards regularly. April 3, 2015
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