SpyderWeb Archery Targets - Archery Range Targets from an Investors Perspective

Perhaps you have seen the investing shows like Shark Tank, The Profit, and Bar Rescue. All these shows give valuable insight on how to invest and run a business with a high ROI.

Take Bar Rescue, for example. The goal is save bars that are nearly shutting down. During one episode, a drink expert was working with a group of bartenders and explaining the importance of accurately measuring alcohol. He explained that when the bartenders were pouring freehandedly, they were literally pouring money down the drain and effectively cutting the bar’s ROI in half.

So where are we going with this? How does this relate to archery range targets?

Imagine if potential investors visited your archery range, took a look at your targets, and shared their ideas on how to buy indoor archery range targets with the highest ROI in mind.

We imagine the breakdown would look a little something like this:

The “Other” Range Target:

  • Investment: $2,000
  • Lifespan before repair: 2000 shooters
  • Revenue per shooter: $10
  • Total revenue: $20,000
  • Return on investment: $10 for every $1 spent

SpyderWeb Range Targets:

  • Investment: $3,000
  • Lifespan before repair: 5000 shooters
  • Revenue per shooter: $10
  • Total revenue: $50,000
  • Return on investment: $16.67 for every $1 spent

An investor would tell you it’s a no brainer to choose SpyderWeb range targets to get the highest ROI from your archery range. Although the “other” target costs less up front, the SpyderWeb Targets Indoor Archery Range Targets will make you 67% more money in the long run.   

Built by former range owners, the 48" Hunter Archery Range Target is like no other. The patented design and Spylar technology have deemed it the longest lasting archery target on the market. Instead of constantly dreading replacing your range wall, invest in the 48" Hunter Archery Range Target.

SpyderWeb Targets also highly recommends the 48" Pro Archery Range Target. Especially if your range offers youth or entry-level programs shooting low poundage compound or recurve bows. The 48" Pro Archery Range Target is built with an easily movable frame.

SpyderWeb Targets builds archery targets that will provide archery range owners with the highest possible return on their investment. You can easily take a look at some of the range targets we offer on our range products page and purchase them using our fast, simple, and secure checkout. And, as always, if you have any questions about what we do or about any of our SpyderWeb products, contact us today!

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After only 100 shots I am pleased with the target. Easy àrrow pull is great. I am expecting a long life. The price tells me it should hold up. I hope I am not disappointed.

ST-18 400FPS TARGET

I must say after reading views about this company and there product's. I was really excited about getting my ST 18" target. I have a Ravin R10 and the target is everything they said. Bolts were easy to remove one handed, shot about 20 bolts so far. Target holding up awesome! Looking forward for many years use from it. I also had the opportunity to speak with the owner. He is a good guy had a lot of knowledge on targets. Really good conversation with him. If you haven't ordered a target you need to.

Love it. Highly recommend

Amazing target!

Unbelievably dense target! I recently purchased a new 410 fps crossbow and needed to sight it in. My first shot was at 10 yards and only got about 5" of penetration and could remove the bolt with 2 fingers. I would recommend this target to anyone!

Great target

After purchasing a new Xbow none of the targets I had would stop the arrows consistantly. I purchased a foam layered target which would stop the arrows , but I could not pull them out without tipping the target on its back, standing on the target, then pulling the arrows with both hands. Once I got the spyder web target, it stops my arrows with about 6-8" of penetration and most can be removed with one hand. --- Bud