In today's hectic world, most archers and bowhunters don't have as much practice time as they would like. However, you can still get yourself dialed in for the season with limited time by making a plan to get the most from your archery practice sessions.
Archery practice is all about creating efficient neuropathways (aka muscle memory). Mastering a skill isn’t only about logging hours of practice. It’s also about the quality and effectiveness of practice.
So, first things first, make a plan. If you step into practice mode without a plan, your time might end before you accomplish a single thing. So instead of just shooting, be intentional about practice by going in with training goals.
Making the most of every minute and every shot is critical. Know what you are trying to accomplish and then take steps to achieve that goal. For example, you may feel you are deadly at 20 yards, but less confident at 30. Spend a few minutes ahead of time trying to determine your limiting factor and then focus on that.
But even if you go into a practice session focused and armed with a surefire plan, it could all be for nothing if you end up expending half of your time and strength trying to pull arrows out of your target. Unfortunately, we see this happening with our competitor’s targets all too often—so we did something about it. At SpyderWeb Targets, we want you to spend more time shooting and less time doing the backbreaking work of yanking arrows out of your target. That’s why 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.
SpyderWeb Targets help you make the most out of your practice sessions by saving you time in so many different ways (replacement, retrieval, repair, etc.). This is attributed to the Spylar technology, which not only guarantees easy arrow removal, but also provides unmatched stopping power.
Life comes at us faster now than it ever did in the past. As a result, we have to find ways to make the most of every minute. SpyderWeb Targets will help you make the most of your archery and bowhunting practice sessions with the time you have at hand.
I have a Ravin R29x and from 10 yards out to 80 its exactly the same. Two finger arrow removal. Looking forward to it getting warmer and putting more bolts and arrows in to it. Thanks again for making a amazing target!!!!
The best crossbow target I have ever owned. Use only two fingers to pull out my 430 fps ten point centerpunch arrows, which only penetrate 6 inches or less. My other crossbow targets takes two people and half the time are buried to the nock ruining the vanes.