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SpyderWeb 1ST18 XL


$119.95


With today’s fast bows we found it extremely frustrating that no matter what target we used we either passed thru, needed a winch to remove the arrow, or 50 shots later we needed to buy a new target.  That is no longer a problem with SpyderWeb!!  We were so impressed with these targets our company back stop is an off the shelf 30X30 SpyderWeb target and it stops the fastest bows we have and they pull out like a hot knife from butter!!!  Featuring Spylar, a woven synthetic fiber, instead of tearing as the arrow goes in, the fibers separate and constrict around the shaft.  Kind of like a Chinese finger trap.  When you remove the arrow, the fibers pull back into shape and the hole closes up!!!  We can’t say enough about this target and neither can any of our customers who own them. The 1ST18 XL is 18X18X14 and is rated up to 450fps!!  

This target is for field points only!

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  • Model: SpyderWeb 1ST18 XL
  • Manufactured by: SpyderWeb


 

02/26/2015
Stephen White
5 of 5 Stars
I agree totally. A Spyderweb and a Rhinehart are the best I've found for field points and broadheads respectively.
09/11/2014
Ray Moulton
5 of 5 Stars
In the last 35 years I've had more targets than I can count. This SpyderWeb target by far is the best one you can buy. It will stop any arrow out of any bow with a field tip. Not made for broadheads but Rhinehart makes one they guaranty will last a year or they will replace it for free.
07/02/2013
Stephen Mankus
5 of 5 Stars
Excellent xbow target. I shot my Invader HP with 100gr field points's and only went 4 inches into the target. The arrow removed without any resistance.
03/16/2010
Ben Ellis
5 of 5 Stars
Excellent target for the faster crossbows. Easy arrow removal from close range when shooting my StrykeForce crossbow.
10/02/2009
Patrick Boudreaux
5 of 5 Stars
Best target I have found. Stops the bolts from my strykeforce easily. Worth every penny.

 

This product was added to our catalog on Sunday 26 April, 2009.