Englewood, CO –-(Ammoland.com)- Targets for archery or gun shooting are expensive these days, especially 3-D models. And leaving a target out in the weather can turn that expensive target into an unusable, unreliable yard ornament. Protect your investment with a Target Tarp.
The Target Tarp comes in a variety of sizes and shapes to fit most any target. It is made out of polyester fabric with a polyurethane coating that provides water and UV resistance, and allows moisture to escape, to help prevent your expensive target form cracking, rotting and fading. No need to haul that heavy target in and out of storage because of the weather. Leave it out and let the Target Tarp protect it.
The Original 3D Archery Target Tarp fits most 3-D targets up to 45 inches long, chest to rear, and most deer, goat and bighorn shapes. It easily slides over horns and has four guy loops for tying down. Tie-down cords are included. For bag or block style and small 3-D targets, the Block Type, Bag Type, Small Game Target Tarp is available. The small size easily fits over small and medium block or bag targets up to 20-by-20-by-18 inches, and small game/varmint targets, such as raccoon and standing turkey, up to 25-by-25-by-15 inches. For game targets such as foxes, badgers and strutting turkeys, the large size fits nicely, up to 30-by-30-by-20 inches.
When using larger range-style targets, the Range Target Tarp is available. It comes in four sizes that accommodate square targets from 31-by-31-by-15 inches up to 50-by-50-by-22 inches, including Spyderweb and Bulldog targets, as well as some small and medium game targets.
For those who employ 3-D targets with decoys, the Decoy Target Cover and Combo Pack is available. It consists of a 3D Target Tarp and Small Black Target Top that completely conceals a 3-D target or large decoy. It also deters rutting bucks, or other wild game, from destroying a target or decoy. The combo pack comes in olive green or camo.
Don't let the weather destroy your expensive target. Let the Target Tarp protect it for you.
For more information about Target Tarp, visit www.archerytargetcover.com .
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