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#835280 - 07/23/08 09:43 PM Wally World bag targets
onebuck
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I was looking around wally world the other day and came upon these yellow "bag" targets. They looked identical to the Morrell bags I've got on my range. Same type woven plastic, size, weight, everything.

I paid around $45-$50 for each of the Morrells and figured these would be about the same.

I was surprised to find out they were only $24.97! I think I'll give a couple of them a try this season. If they perform like my Morrell brand bags, I'll be very pleased.

If anybody out there's needing a good inexpensive field point target, this might be it!
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#835677 - 07/24/08 07:48 AM Re: Wally World bag targets [Re: onebuck]
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i seen those at my walmart , keep us updated on how well they work
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#835760 - 07/24/08 08:53 AM Re: Wally World bag targets [Re: MDM]
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keep us updated
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#836201 - 07/24/08 01:17 PM Re: Wally World bag targets [Re: easy45]
POSSUM HUNTER
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yea i need a bag let us know please
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#836489 - 07/24/08 04:49 PM Re: Wally World bag targets [Re: POSSUM HUNTER]
TTU97
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I just bought one myself a couple of days ago. Only had time to put a few shots into it. All I know so far is that the arrows are much easier to pull out than the 4x4 block target they sell at Walmart.....and its heavy!
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#836550 - 07/24/08 06:02 PM Re: Wally World bag targets [Re: TTU97]
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Think I will try and spend my $$ at a Local Proshop. Times are tuff for them. Eaglewings has a bunch of great targets.
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#836554 - 07/24/08 06:04 PM Re: Wally World bag targets [Re: Big J]
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Not saying I do not grab up deals at Wal-Mart when they present themselves. Just heard Pro shops are strugglong right now.
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#836681 - 07/24/08 07:42 PM Re: Wally World bag targets [Re: TTU97]
onebuck
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 Originally Posted By: The MCDH
I just bought one myself a couple of days ago. Only had time to put a few shots into it. All I know so far is that the arrows are much easier to pull out than the 4x4 block target they sell at Walmart.....and its heavy!


That's what I first noticed about the Morrell's I bought last year from Sportsmans Warehouse. I'm thinking these are probably the same - just someone else's name on them. ;\)
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#839475 - 07/26/08 09:43 PM Re: Wally World bag targets [Re: onebuck]
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After reading this post I got curious and went out and bought one from wally world. I shot 4 carbon arrows from my PSE Crrera bow set on 68lbs tonight off the front porch at 20 yrds. 30" arrow went 8" deep and stopped. Arrows pulled out with 2 fingers. I am going to test a Horton crossbow tommorrow. I think it is worth the 27 bucks. It is heavy, did not move when I shot it and has eyelets for hanging.
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#841002 - 07/28/08 01:06 AM Re: Wally World bag targets [Re: turkeyhunter64]
JDBinTN
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Bought one myself and so far I really like it. Are you guys going to leave yours outside or set them in the dry after you shoot?
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