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Hunting Targets

Keep things interesting in your shooting practice by mixing it up with different and increasingly challenging hunting targets. Whether you're looking for fun targets to get beginners interested in the sport or advanced targets for experienced hunters, you'll find a wide selection on offer.

Hunting targets cater to all levels of experience. Once you have mastered standstill targets, you can move on to spinning targets, moving targets and two-player duelling targets. There's no chance of getting bored!

Target Designs

You might not be able to get out into the wild as often as you'd like to, so it helps to give a taste of real hunting by choosing targets with imaginative designs. Animal targets are a popular choice, with options including stags, deer, foxes, wild boar, rabbits and squirrels. They're a great way of creating a sense of real hunting in the woods when the real deal isn't possible. Or how about going for a scary zombie target? With the popularity of zombie movies and TV shows, these are a fun way to experience a zombie apocalypse for yourself!

Of course, there are many classic target designs as well, with that familiar circular target still going strong for a reason. Choose one with numbered target areas to bring extra interest.

Target Materials

Hunting targets come in a choice of materials, from paper and cardboard to steel. Naturally, steel targets are the most heavy-duty option and make a great long-lasting target investment. Paper targets can be much more affordable and you'll find some interesting modern options with Glowshot technology. This tech produces a colourful ring around any successful shots on the paper target, making a fun keepsake for first-timers. Cardboard is a good mid-point material, offering robust targets at reasonable prices.

You can also purchase target holders for your targets. This gives a more professional experience than simply leaning your target against something.

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