SpyderWeb Targets vs. TenPoint’s Fastest New Crossbows for 2020

In 2020, TenPoint introduced a handful of new crossbow models that represent an evolutionary leap in bow assembly technology and performance as some of the highest performing crossbows ever built. Not to mention they shoot at devastatingly high speeds. 

However, there is one question we hear TenPoint crossbow owners asking quite often: “Is there a target that can handle my high-speed TenPoint crossbow?”

The answer: SpyderWeb Targets.

No matter how fast your TenPoint crossbow shoots, a SpyderWeb No Speed Limit Target can take it. A SpyderWeb No Speed Limit Target won’t damage your arrows and is guaranteed to stand up to TenPoint’s four fastest new crossbows for 2020.

TenPoint Vapor RS470 Crossbow

The Vapor RS470 generates supercharged speeds and boasts unprecedented knockdown power. But it won’t be able to knock down a SpyderWeb Target!

TenPoint Vengent SS440 Crossbow

The fastest and narrowest forward-draw crossbow ever produced, the lightweight Vengent S440 delivers lightning speeds effortlessly stunted by a SpyderWeb Target.

TenPoint XR-410 Crossbow

The XR-410 is powered by a reverse-draw design that utilizes the full 17-inches of power stroke to generate blistering speeds quickly diffused by a SpyderWeb Target.

TenPoint Viper S400 Crossbow

The lightweight Viper S400 measures just 32 inches in length, yet delivers speeds up to ripping speeds that won’t even leave a scratch on a SpyderWeb Target. 

If you have a high-speed TenPoint hunting crossbow, SpyderWeb Targets can take it. Here’s what our customers are saying about SpyderWeb Targets vs. TenPoint Crossbows:

“I was regretting my purchase of a TenPoint crossbow as I couldn't find a target capable of stopping the bolt without damaging the bolt or fletching. The SpyderWeb No Speed Limit Target is the only target that can handle the speed from my TenPoint crossbow.”

“I bought a SpyderWeb Target last year and it’s great. I shoot a TenPoint crossbow and you can still remove the arrow easily with two fingers. I’d definitely recommend.”

“I shoot a TenPoint crossbow and the SpyderWeb Target stops arrows at approximately six inches versus the block target where the arrows get buried up to the fletching, sometimes to the nock, and arrow removal is a pain. With the SpyderWeb Target, arrows slide out smooth as silk making target practice a joy. Get one you'll love it!”

You can always read more verified customer reviews on our specific product pages, on Amazon, and on our Facebook page. If you have any questions or concerns about shooting your high-speed TenPoint crossbow into a SpyderWeb Target, contact us today!

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