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Black Hole Archery Target 22"

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  • This target is large enough for long range shooting,yet small enough to easily transport.
  • 22"x20"x11"
  • 4 sided shooting
  • Stops all field tips & broadheads
  • Easy arrow removal
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Product Description

The Black Hole archery targets give you more spots for more shotsA galaxy of aiming pointswill make sure you are ready when it is time to shoot High performance target at a great value.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 22 x 20 x 11 inches ; 10 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 12.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B00806A43E
  • Item model number: BH22
  • Average Customer Review: 2.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #124,580 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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With carbon arrows, they are almost up to the fletching.
Northern Sport
Within about 20 shots, arrows were blowing clear through and burying themselves in the dirt behind it.
JG1983
Thus, based solely on my own experience, I must say it held very little value.
BluJai

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Duane Ternes on September 4, 2012
24 hours in the sun (not even hot sun) and the glue separated. The top and side facing the sun are unusable. i used it for weeks in the shade and was happy with the product, but just 1 day in the sun reduced this target to a pile of rubble.
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By Bobby Shoffner on March 13, 2014
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I have bought similar targets that the arrows go all the way through. This as a very solid target, it don't move around when your hit it. The arrows only go about 8 to 10 inches in and are easy to pull out. I would recommend this target to anyone. Some of the cheaper targets turns into work just to retrieve your arrows.
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By Aleksandr on January 7, 2014
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Target for the medium and weak bows at least two sides for sure. Not very heavy and for the normal price.
At first glance, the build quality is good.
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I have a Black Hole along with various other brands of target blocks. We shoot recurves in the basement, from 25 to 50 feet away depending on who is shooting what bow; youth bows up to 55 lb stick bows. This works great for field tips and traditional bows in the 25-55 lb range, in my experience. The very square shape means it can stand on its own... I'm thinking about getting three more to make larger target for the kids. Arrows can be withdrawn fairly easily. For what I am doing, it is a very effective arrow stop.
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By BluJai on December 28, 2013
I purchased this target at a local sporting goods store for use with a Barnett Wildcat C5 crossbow (which fires at 320 FPS). Within 10 shots it was clear that the target was near worthless for field tips at 10-20 yards.

In the use of this target all arrows fired were 20 inch carbon fiber arrows with 100 grain field tips. No broadheads were used. All shots were aimed at the large "black hole" sides of the target. (Note that the target's markings indicate it can be fired at from four sides -- all six of its sides, less the "top" and "bottom" bearing wooden framing.)

Results:
80% of the arrows fired were buried with between 0.1 - 1.25 inches of their fletching buried in the target.
10% of the arrows fired were buried with GREATER THAN 1.25 inches of their fletching buried in the target.
5% of the arrows fired were buried with ALL of their fletching buried in the target.
5% of the arrows fired were stopped BEFORE ANY of their fletching reached the target's material.

No shots were fired less than 10 yards away.

The markings on the target indicate that the yellow (smaller) sides are for field tips only. This implies that the black (larger) sides could withstand impacts from broadhead tips (and their superior tearing/cutting power). From my experience I would not trust this target to any crossbow capable of 300+ FPS, regardless of tips used. I suspect it may be useful for less powerful bows, but it gives no indication of its maximum efficacy. Thus, based solely on my own experience, I must say it held very little value.
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