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HOW IT'S ATTACHED?
02-25-2006, 01:04 AM #1
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- Feb 2006
24"x 24"x 8" archery target with free standing frame
OUR TARGET IS A CLOSED CELL HEAVY DENSITY FOAM.
OUR FRAME IS A TWO PIECE FRAME 15/8" BOTTOM RAIL AND A 2" TOP RAIL GALVANIZED PAINTED BLACK.
THE TARGET IS ATTACHED WITH BUNGEE CORDS WHICH MAKES THE TARGET ACT AS A SHOCK ABSORBER.
YOU MAY PURCHASE EACH SEPARATELY FOR 75.00 PLUS S+H
COST OF 135.00 DOLLARS PLUS S+H USUALLY RUNS AROUND 23.00 DEPENDING ON WHERE YOU ARE.
WE ALSO SHIP AN EXTRA SET OF DOTS FOR THE TARGET FOR N/C
02-25-2006, 09:39 PM #2
Hey got a free idea for you what if you made three different size dots on that target. Clubs could use them for bale ranges in the woods and the smaller the dot the higher the point total, not trying to pic apart your product but i just thought that could be alot of fun walking thru the woods at different distances and deciding which spot to go for. I guess I will always be a 3-der at heart.I cut things up and split them down!
02-26-2006, 08:17 AM #3
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- Feb 2006
All Thoughts Are Contructive!
We Do Ship Extra Dots With Target And If Anyone Would Like The Dots To Be A Particular Size It's No Problem For Me To Do.
They Come Right Off And Are Meant To Be Easily Replaceable Because After So Many Arrows They Do Get Chewed Up A Bit.
If You Do Know Of Any Clubs That Are Looking To Do What You Have In Mind We Are Willing To Work With Anyone On Pricing For Quantities Of Targets With Or Without Frames.
Thanks Again For Your Ideas And I'm Always Looking For Ways To Make A Better And Longer Lasting Product. Being That It Is Made In The U.s.a. We Have The Ability To Make Changes That Make Us Different And Our Product Stand Out From Everyone Else.
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