Archery Targets

What are you shooting at? Archery targets of one form or another we hope! 3D archery targets, Foam archery targets, or a more traditional straw archery target? Whatever you use for bow and arrow target practice you need something to shoot at!

Where to buy archery targets?

Buy them from us! We work closely with the leading manufacturers and the shipping companies to ensure the highest quality is always there and we can get them to you. We have a great range of archery bags and portable targets for easy transport and fast setup.


archery targets and a bow

What are archery targets made of?

Tightly wound straw targets used by clubs are also known as straw bosses. 3D targets constricted from self-healing foam are the standard for field archers. Layered foam archery targets are built using layers of dense foam squeezed tightly together in a wood frame to form a solid surface. The 2Ds are made from high-density rubber and a few secret ingredients!

Target stands

Every target needs a stand. Whether you need a large stand for a 122cm foam target or a mini ground stand for 90cm straw targets, we have it covered. Most of our stands are traditional and made of wood. Flat packed for easy shipping they are simple to set up.

Archery safety netting

No matter where you shoot safety should always be your first thought. Archery backstop netting, archery target pins and wooden archery target stands will complete your range setup. We love the Dura Stop archery netting.

Dura Stop is used here in the shop, and we know it's the best there is for archery range safety. It will stop arrows from any bow no matter what the poundage. Check out the smaller portable netting set. It's packed up in a handy carry bag and made by Bearpaw Products. Perfect for any leisure archery.

How to score archery targets

There are many sizes and styles of target faces all shot at different distances indoors and outdoors. On a basic level, you have FITA target faces in 20cm, 40cm, 60cm, 80cm and 122cm. FITA Field faces are in different colours, and 3D targets have score zones that depend on the animal shape, anatomy and size.

Each type of target has their own scoring systems. Depending on what bow type and what round you are shooting the scoring can also change. Here are some of the more popular target scoring rounds.