Anyone own a Bulldog target?Contributors to this thread:
Habitat for Wildlife 31-Jan-21
I like the sizes they offer and blank face.
Anyone have one and care to share a review?
I have one but haven’t had long term using it. That said, I REALLY like it. Heavy duty and very well made with lifetime guarantee. For the price I got during COVID with free delivery it was a no brainer. Not sure how you can go wrong. I got the bigger one and it is a bit heavy.
I have one and love it. They are heavy as heck to move, but it also makes for a solid target when you shoot at it. I have only used mine inside. Removing arrows is almost a joke, as they come out so easy. Mine has the dots on one side and deer vitals on the back. For a non-3d target and to shoot field points, I don’t think you can beat it.
No. That’s crazy. I have a wolf 3D target and coyote but no bulldogs.
From: Habitat for Wildlife
Can broadheads be used, or just field points?
What models are you guys using inside? I need to replace the target on my indoor range.
I’ve got a beef with the owner as he’s from Winnipeg but no one wins in online pissing contests so I’d basically never slander another person online.
one year now , love it
Use one in my cellar. Heavy duty and extremely easy to pull your arrow out. Two fingers.
I got the DogHouse XP and it was $110 delivered to my door. FP only.
I have one for about 6/7 years or more I’m very happy with it,
Thanks for the input, guys.
I've had a Bulldog Plus for 6 years and last summer had to replace the face. It only cost me $20.00 for the shipping. installing the cover was a 10 minute job and the target is as good as new. Love this target
I have one that I bought last year, its a double dog 24X36. Put over 2000 shots into it and its held up well. The customer service is not great, they are not very responsive. I have worn out both covers and have some soft spots in the target starting to form. The lifetime warranty is kind of a joke as they want $65 to cover shipping.
I'm sure I will get many years out of this target, but if I had my choice again, I would buy from a US company and look more into the warranty.