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Discussion in 'Crossbow Forum' started by kyoutdoorsman, Dec 22, 2016.
Bagged target or block target, and hard case or soft case. What do u prefer
I have a Morrell I bought in 2009. Still in great shape. Technically bag although square in shape with a handle. Have used hard Plano case for years. Very protective but I don't have gun or bow mounts on my 4 wheeler and I strap it down and take in woods and it can be quite noisy. My best advice is to buy one of the small discharge targets for hunting. Keeps me from having to carry my big target yet if I shoot my bow out and notice it's off a bit will take enough hits to get my scope back on. You can buy discharge arrows or shoot a field tip into the ground but IMO a discharge target is the best option.
I use the Rhinehart 18-1 cube and it works great for Broadheads or field tips. I typically only shoot broadheads (practice tips) so I shoot one target till it's worn out then move to another one. Expensive but I'm on year 4 and have numerous ones left on the cube.
I have had both and like the bag better. I have a Delta McKenzie and it seems to hold up fine
The Blob Target http://www.blobtargets.net/index.php?option=com_hikashop&view=product&layout=show&Itemid=177
If you can wear it out and shoot through it in one year they'll replace it for free,
It's a heavy sumbuck, but a very good target, if you shoot a lot.
They have different sizes, I have the 20x20
I use a rag bag. Can't beat the price and the hold up forever. Plus, it's a fellow Kentuckian that owns the company.