4 Signs It’s Time for a New Archery Target

Think your archery target has reached the end of its useful life?

The most telltale sign it’s time to replace your archery target is it’s not performing like it should. This can pose a serious safety risk, so replacing your archery target is not something to be put off.

Here are four signs that it’s time for not just another archery target, but a new archery target:

You got a new crossbow.

Traditional crossbow targets are designed for much lower speeds than those generated by the new generation of crossbows on the market. Stopping an arrow traveling faster than 400 feet per second just isn’t something that most crossbow targets are up for. That’s why we developed our signature line of SpyderWeb No Speed Limit Targets in response to these crossbow advancements. There’s no other target on the market prepared to stand up to the technology defining this new era of crossbows.

You spend more time removing and replacing arrows than shooting them.

    Tired of doing the one-legged, two-armed tug-o-war with your archery target to remove your arrows? So were we. So we did something about it. All SpyderWeb Targets feature unbelievably easy arrow removal. We want you to spend more time out enjoying a sport you love and less time doing the backbreaking work of yanking arrows out of your target. When you shoot into a SpyderWeb Target, we guarantee that you will be able to pull the arrow out easily and with only two fingers. Gone are the days of ruined fletchings, broken bolts, and chiropractor appointments.

    You shot out your target face…again.

      No matter how much you shoot, it’s virtually impossible to shoot out a SpyderWeb Target face. SpyderWeb Targets feature a Spylar mesh face. Rather than the usual tearing that occurs when an arrow penetrates the target face, the complex weave of self-healing synthetic fibers spread apart and then shrink back and recover when you retrieve your arrow. If you want to renew your target face after removing a bolt, you are literally able to wipe the hole away by rubbing the face of the target and watch as the strands return to their original position.

      Your target’s stuffing is coming out everywhere.

      SpyderWeb Targets have an incredibly high-density interior will stay high-density for a lifetime of shooting. That same Spylar technology that makes for easy arrow removal also allows us to pack more stuffing inside each target—actually, make that double the stuffing per cubic foot compared to most other targets. Spylar's self-healing feature makes sure that what’s on the inside of a SpyderWeb Target, stays inside.

      A SpyderWeb Target will be the last archery target you ever have to buy! We share your passion for archery and we want you to be nothing short of amazed when you shoot a SpyderWeb Target.

      If it’s time for a new archery target, check out our products to see which target fits your shooting needs. If you have questions, contact us today or visit our Facebook page to see what our customers are saying about SpyderWeb Targets.

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