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Tips When Choosing Archery Practice Targets
If you’re looking to practice with your bow and arrow then you need to buy the best archery targets for practice. The main four types of bow targets are the 3D archery targets known as foam archery targets, block targets, bag targets, and paper targets. You can use these targets as a bow and arrow target or crossbow targets if you want. Bag targets are filled with sturdy material and are meant to be reusable if you buy replacement covers.
Some hunters say that 3D targets make the best archery target to practice on. The materials that the foam is made out of is great for stopping arrows and being molded into animals like a foam deer target. When shooting at a 3D foam target your field arrows hit the foam and gets enough friction to stop at the outer layer instead of piercing through. This allows you to take your arrows out and try again instead of having to buy another target to shoot.
It’s advised that if you’re practicing shooting with a crossbow to stay away from paper and bag targets because they’re flimsy. The best crossbow target to use would be a block or 3D foam target. If you have a strong crossbow and are using broad heads then foam targets are better than block ones. 3D foam targets take a toll on your broad heads and make them dull after a period of time so be sure to use practice broad heads instead of your actual ones. A lot of companies like the Morrell targets have practice broad heads or bolts that come with your crossbow. When looking at archery targets for sale make sure you remember that different types of targets are made for different situations. You have to take the different types of material used in your arrow and target into consideration.