Tight Spot Quivers
Best target
Equipment
Contributors to this thread:
jbrownlow 08-Aug-19
Bou'bound 08-Aug-19
Trial153 08-Aug-19
Elkoholic 08-Aug-19
wyobullshooter 08-Aug-19
HUNT MAN 08-Aug-19
Boris 08-Aug-19
nvgoat 08-Aug-19
Empty Freezer 08-Aug-19
hoyt-6190 09-Aug-19
x-man 09-Aug-19
Grubby 09-Aug-19
From: jbrownlow
08-Aug-19
What do you recommend for a good target? I have limited space in my yard, 50 yards max, so look for something easy to move and lightweight to store in the garage. I have a block that is just worn out, won’t stop my arrows any more. Thanks

From: Bou'bound
08-Aug-19
a new block?

From: Trial153
08-Aug-19
For broadheads I have a 18/1, a Blob and a maxtix. The matrix is the best of the bunch at three times the price.... 18/1 or rhino blocks are pretty decent. Blobs suck up thousands of shots but are hard to pull and hard on some arrow finishes.

Other wise for Field points I shoot a bag target

From: Elkoholic
08-Aug-19
I was wondering the same thing the other day. I have a heck of a time pulling my axis arrows out of my morrell target. Is it the target or the arrows? Is there something better?

08-Aug-19
Matrix, if you don’t have far to haul it, or Rhinehart RhinoBlock if you do. Can’t go wrong with either. I use the Matrix at home, and the RhinoBlock at elk camp.

From: HUNT MAN
08-Aug-19
Rhinehart 18-1

From: Boris
08-Aug-19
When I was shooting 3D, we would take a bar of soap an rub it on the arrow up about 8-9 inches.

From: nvgoat
08-Aug-19
Matrix is the best I have ever used. The interchangeable modules are genius. They have a new one that is smaller so less expense and less weight.

08-Aug-19
Armor all also works on the arrows

From: hoyt-6190
09-Aug-19
Matrix.

From: x-man
09-Aug-19

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If money is not an issue, these are the best money can buy.

From: Grubby
09-Aug-19
I make my own. Target faces from third hand and I stuff it with window screen. 2 finger removal

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