New Block Invasion Archery Target

by
posted on April 7, 2014
block.jpg

I took a trip to the archery range recently and lost some arrows in the leaves after they sailed through my worn-out target. Arrows are expensive. Luckily, bowhunters have two new ways to prevent arrow loss from Block.

The Block Invasion target is now available in two new sizes, a 16- and an 18-inch model, along with the standard 20-inch target. They still sport the layered design we have come to know as one of the toughest, most durable and longest-lasting target systems available. The front and back of the target is designed with high-contrast images for use with field points and broadheads, while the sides, which are wrapped in highly visible polyurethane, are reserved for field-point use only.

Grab one of the smaller sizes to throw in the pickup, and you'll always have a place to send some shafts if the moment strikes. If you don't want the hassle of replacing your target each year, do the smart thing and get a Block. Visit blocktarget.com for more information.

Latest

Staccato Xl Lede
Staccato Xl Lede

Video Review: Staccato XL Double-Stack Pistol

This hammer-fired, competition-ready handgun is the epitome of "Go Big Or Go Home."

Fun Friday: Life at 68 Below Zero

Chinook winds, overturned boats, bear charges...and so many wonderful tales to tell!

Grandparent's Guide to Teaching Gun Safety

Grandparents make great mentors thanks to their patience and love. Here are six terrific tips to make it work for your family, too.

Throwback Thursday: Remington Cane Gun

No, it wasn't designed by 007's Q Branch...it's real.

Reviewed: Kimber Mako R7 Semi-Auto Pistol

The best seat at a poker table is the one that’s last to act ... and Kimber's Mako R7 is the winner in your hand.

Trigger Pull Weight: Is Lighter Always Better?

Short answer: It all depends on the shooter, the gun and its intended purpose. Complete answer: See below!

Interests



Get the best of NRA Family delivered to your inbox.