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Discussion in 'General Archery Forum' started by APAnTN, Apr 24, 2008.
tell me how you like the spyder web targets how do they last and how many shots do you have in them
The store I shoot at once the weather gets bad has had them up for a year now, no problems. I stopped going to any other indoor range just because of these targets. Arrow removal is unlike anything else.
never heard of them,, got a link?
never shot at one, but the video looks like it is really easy to pull arrows out. Like a little kid is doing it.
I have one for short range in my basement with over 5k on it. Some staples have popped out on the sides and some of the stuffing tries to sneak out from time to time but this is with out a doubt the best target i have ever bought. When i wear this one out i will get another! :amen:
They are one of the better backstops around, also rather then replacing it when worn, I know for around $60.00 you can get a new screen for the huge range target which is large and for me I rather shell out a big coin at first and be set other then a small cost later then keep paying the high cost every few years on the range size blocks that I have had in my indoor range.
One of the best targets I've ever shot at. The indoor range I soot at when the weather is bad has 3 of them for back stops. No sign of wear or tear after a year of use with 3 leagues shooting at them.
if I remember correctly they are very expensive. I haven't looked in like a year but they used to be around 150 (before S&H) for their smallest one, the big one was like 600+ (before s&h of course)
they dont sell them around here i went to the website and they are pretty spendy lil targets
But they last forever. :noidea:
Chris has one in his shop, I only shot at it a couple of times and I was amazed at how easy arrow removal was. Looked like it would last a loooong time. It better for the price. YIKES
It's expensive out the door but how many blocks would you have to buy oer it's life? I'll have one of the portables.
If you were a bean counter and had to associate a dollar value to every shot you took at a stop, you would quickly realize that this is one of, if not the, cheapest targets on the market!
thanks JC, seems like its getting good reviews.
might get one
thanks for all the replys it sounds like they are as good as they say they are looks like i may become a dealer for them who knows i would like to shoot one first to see for myself but i dont know anyone who has one
Thanks for the reviews keep them coming
has anyone else shot them how did you like them