Designed for use with field tips, the Morrell Perfect 300 Foam Target is a great choice for bows shooting 25 lb. and under. This portable target is made of lightweight, compact polyethylene foam and features a highly recognizable, NASP 14.96" target midsection. Metal stand and metal stand rods included.
Features and Benefits
Great for bows shooting 25 lb. and under
For use with field tips only
Polyethylene foam is lightweight and compact
NASP 14.96" target midsection is highly recognizable
Metal stand and metal stand rods included
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What's in the Box
Morrell Perfect 300 Foam Target
Rated 1 out of
Sorry targetIt is cheap and flimsy. It was bought for my 9 year son to practice shooting his bow for an archery competition. They metal bars do not hold it good. After every shot you had to fix it because it was not stay straight. Not worth getting it.
Date published: 2016-11-10
Rated 5 out of
Target & ShoesAcademy was out of stock in store for the product I was looking for. A young lady was so helpful in ordering it for me online and had it shipped to my home. No charge. Received in a few days with no hassle. Now that is what I call servce. I also needed a pair of heeley shoes. I once again had to go through the same process also with the same results. Academy has it together. I actually enjoy shopping at Academy.
Date published: 2014-12-29
Rated 2 out of
Thin and FlimsyWent to the store to purchase this on sale item for the holidays; when I arrived, the item was sold out. When I asked an associate if there would be any more arriving soon, she told me she had no idea. However, she did offer to order the target online for me (at the sale price) while I was still in the store. Made the purchase and a week later it arrived on my doorstep as expected.
As for the item itself.... it is thin foam with flimsy supports. Each time my son hits it with an arrow, the arrow goes through the foam and sticks half way out the back. On top of that, the target falls over on impact and needs to be readjusted.
To answer the obvious questions with the above statement: 1. Yes, my son is using the right bow and arrows, they are within the limits labeled on the target. 2. Yes, he is shooting from a fair distance.
All in all, the product was a bit of a let down; but you get what you pay for (don't forget I purchased this on sale at the holidays). I plan on replacing the target with something sturdier once his new bow strings break in; till then, he might as well have fun destroying it.
P.S. Thumbs up to the sales associate, she was great!