November 04, 2010
When it comes to stopping fieldpoint-tipped arrows, you can't beat a bag target for durability and longevity. With this in mind, Field Logic has thrown its hat into the ring this year with the new Hurricane Bag Target, available in 23"W x 25"H x 12"D ($50) and 28"W x 28"H x 12"D ($70) sizes. The durable, lime-green cover helps you aim, especially at longer distances.
The woven-polyester stuffing will stop the fastest arrows and, as is typical of bag targets, arrow removal is a breeze. One side of the bag has nine white and black aiming points shaped like the hurricane symbol you see on weather maps.
On the other side is a deer silhouette with outlined vitals that are offset from the hurricane dots on the other side to increase target life -- a smart idea considering most of us shoot the center dots most often, no matter how many aiming points target makers give us.
Field Logic's other new offering is a scaled-down -- in price and size -- GlenDel Buck ($160). It's 30% smaller than the GlenDel Full Rut with a polyfusion core that's 11" versus the 14" core found in the Full Rut.
This replaceable core stopped every type of fieldpoint, fixed-blade, and mechanical head I could find to shoot at it. The heart, lung, and liver are easy to see at just about any distance, and the four shootable sides not only present different shot scenarios but also increase target life.
Contact: Field Logic, (715) 395-9955, www.fieldlogic.com