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Discussion in 'Crossbows' started by xx75, Jul 31, 2017.
What brand target do you guys that shoot a crossbow with broadheads suggest?
I use the Block crossbow target!! Don't shoot exact spot twice with my broad heads .
I use the cabelas one , not specially for crossbows but works great.but I just use my practice rage broadheads on it
I shoot my G5 T3 at the block target it stops them fine .
I got a Glendel Full Rutt Buck target with The Block insert and I thought since it had the block insert that it would be good.It has held up well but it is dam near impossible to pull an arrow out of it
Think I will look into a Block target. Thanks
I have read the Blob targets work well with broadheads and have a warranty. Rhinehart 18" also have a 1yr warranty and stop broadheads. I have a Hempstra arrow jack for those hard to pull shots, they are pricey but work very good.
I shoot the Rhinehart 18-1, they have a bigger Block type model.
Looks like a neat device but they sure are proud of them. It's Hamskea by the way.
I have a Snyder web and it works really well.
I have looked at them but they say no broadheads. I need to get a target of some kind because if I shoot closer than 40 yds from a tight new hay bale, it buries the bolts to the nock.
Geez don't shoot no hay bales, i got a couple the will put a B-Head out past them
Billy, the Rhinehart 18-1 is an amazing target. I really don't think I will wear it out in the rest of my life.
It is very much worth your look.
You have a bow that will shoot clear thru a big hay bale?
Anything that will work fora .308 will work for a crossbow
I am fairly sure i have 2 that will shoot thru a morrel 400 fps big gn bag target at 30 yds. If it don't make a pass through it will be stickin out so you could see it.
Those block targets will stop em. But they are a bear getting them out of the target .
Made me a target that will hold my crossbow, grabbed all the old rags and sheets laying around the shed and stuffed them in this box and taped it shut. Stops bolts and two finger removal. All broad heads are at the farm so I will test it on them tomorrow.