repairing broadhead targets

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  1. rick-florida

    rick-florida Weekend Warrior

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    using broad heads tear up a target over time. the spray rubber seems to help when sprayed on the surface. it would be great if they made a nozzle with a small straw on it for those cans of liquid rubber so it could be pushed into the arrow holes in the target and seal up the cuts inside.
     
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    I don't try to repair my target because of broadhead damage, I just replace it. I have 5 spots on my target and alternate shots at each one of them, giving the target much longer life.
     
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    I don't try to repair my target because of broadhead damage, I just replace it. I have 5 spots on my target and alternate shots at each one of them, giving the target much longer life.


    Same here. ^^


     
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    Thanks. Yea, we're heading for a replacement. The 18-1 is a great target but does get shot out.
     

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