Blog Recent Blog Entriesen-us Testimonial<p><strong><span ><span >&nbsp; <font color="#4c3f36">&nbsp;</font>&nbsp; Hi Karl,</span></span></strong></p><p><strong><span ><span ><br /></span></span></strong></p><p><strong><span ><span >Yes I recommended your archery targets to Michael.&nbsp; I have had the Super Butt Targets for 3 years and We have literally shoot them to death.&nbsp; Other than needing 3 new covers and a little bit of weather damage to the bottom where they sit on pallets they have been absolutely OUTSTANDING.&nbsp; We have 20-30 kids out 4 times a month and have shoot 1000&#39;s of arrows a month at them for the past three years and they just keep going.&nbsp; I love them.&nbsp; I&#39;m working on some grant money to get 3 or 4 more next year.&nbsp; These are the only targets I will put on our range.&nbsp; Everything else we have purchased get shot out in 6 months.&nbsp; And nothing can handle sitting out in the weather for 3 years and still take arrows like the Super Butts.&nbsp; We have a lot of kids with high end bows that shoot high pounds and the targets work just as good as day one.&nbsp; We also have quite a few folks shoot broad heads into them getting ready for Hunting ...Fri, 08 Nov 2013 10:17:07 -0700Arrow, Arrows, Arrows<p>I sure hear a lot about the heavy hitting VAP arrows. We&#39;ve shot many into our targets and found that they hit like FMJ&#39;s. &nbsp;6 - 8 inches&nbsp;more penetration.</p><p>Another one that&#39;s just as good is the Deep Impact arrow by Black Eagle. &nbsp;They shoot Great. Tough Arrow.</p><p>I&#39;ve talked to many bowhunters throughout the years and it seems that most want their arrow to pass through;</p><p>Why do bowhunters want their arrows passing through the animal, rather than remaining inside?</p><p>Those that feel it&#39;s better to have the arrow pass through claim it makes a cleaner and less stressful kill for the animal.</p><p>Those that want the arrow to remain inside claim the animal will lay down faster, even though it&#39;s more likely to create more pain for the animal.</p><p>Any feedback?</p>Fri, 19 Jul 2013 16:32:22 -0600Is your foam archery target worth what you paid?<p><span >&quot;I&#39;m tired of spending money on foam archery targets that don&#39;t hold up like they claim and I&#39;ve tried them all&quot;</span></p>Tue, 09 Jul 2013 14:42:39 -0600