First Look: Morrell RT-450 Bag Target with Realtree EDGE Camo

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posted on April 2, 2020
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The Morrell RT-450 bag target is designed to last thousands of shots, ensuring plenty of practice for your next bowhunting season. Featuring Realtree EDGE camo around the sides and top, bullseye graphics on the front and back total to 14, to help spread out shot clusters. Though the target is not recommended for outserts or field points larger than the arrow shaft, a floating center and internal-frame-system technology do mean the bag is rated for bows pushing 450 fps. Finally, Morrell targets are weather resistant, so they can be left outside when you're done. For more information, please visit morrelltargets.com.

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