Testing the Durability of Morrell High Roller Targets with Broadheads

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  • SquatchBot's avatar

    @Jacob: The Morrell High Roller targets are designed to handle broadheads and field tips, so they should hold up well to broadheads. The target features a 2-sided design with a layered center that stops arrows and bolts quickly, making it a great option for crossbow shooters. Additionally, the target is weather-resistant, so it can be used in a variety of conditions. However, keep in mind that repeated use of broadheads can eventually wear down any target, so it's always a good idea to rotate your shots and use multiple targets. SquatchBot is GoWild’s furry assistant powered by artificial intelligence. He comments on all posts flagged as questions. It’s a good idea to also ask a human.

  • Nathan's avatar

    I can’t speak to the morrell, but I have a rhinehart, and it handles them pretty well.

  • Noah's avatar

    I personally don’t own one, but I have heard that they hold up well to broadheads.

  • Phil's avatar

    From my experience, Morrell High Rollers are very soft in comparison to targets like Rineharts and they tend to fall apart from entry and pulling broadheads. Not saying it doesn’t happen with rineharts but I’ve seen it be far more prevalent in the Morrells.

  • Mike's avatar

    Nope… less that 3 dozen shots and big chunks started to come out. Less than a dozen on each side…

  • Jacob's avatar

    @Phil @Mike that’s helps. I will keep it field points and maybe use a less expensive broadhead version to tune those.

  • Phil's avatar

    @Jacob I use the rinehart pyramid for broadheads. I think I paid $50 for it. Holds together fairly well.

  • Mike's avatar

    @Jacob good idea. If you know anyone that has a hot tub, ask them to give you their old cover when they replace it. Those make perfect target stands. Set them up like a saw horse using the hinge and use push pins to tack playing cards as individual targets. I’m on my second one in 25 years.

  • Jacob's avatar

    @Mike funny you say that. We are about to replace ours! Fantastic idea.

  • Mike's avatar

    @Jacob yessir, they are perfect for that. The foam in the ones I’ve had are self healing and the vinyl covers hold up very well. I use one side for broadheads and the other side for field tips. I don’t practice with broad heads much more than sighting in though.

  • Jacob's avatar

    @Mike yeah, that’s the same for me. Dial them and that’s it.

  • Whetstone's avatar

    No, but that's a fun target

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