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First post. Hope this is the correct place to ask. Looking for reviews of the delta Mckenzie MoFoam chunk 12" Lancaster has them for right around 40$ plus shipping. Anyone have one/use one? How do they hold up? I shoot a mathews vxr 28 at 28/70. (I know name is hoyt shooter I had a rx1 when I made the account lol)
 

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The range I shoot at uses larger MoFoam blocks and they are holding up very well. I'm impressed. Arrow removal is not difficult either.

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Best foam block style target you can buy imo.

I like the Mo Foam Chunk targets better than my Rinehart targets. They last longer, have better aiming dots (white instead of flo green) and arrows pull easier.

I've had a lot of different block targets and from now on the Mo Foam is all I'm going to buy. Great targets!

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I have had for over a year and been very happy with it. It has been very durable and I find it easier to pull regular diameter arrows than my Rinehart.

I use my Rinehart primarily for broadhead work now.
 

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Best foam block style target you can buy imo.

I like the Mo Foam Chunk targets better than my Rinehart targets. They last longer, have better aiming dots (white instead of flo green) and arrows pull easier.

I've had a lot of different block targets and from now on the Mo Foam is all I'm going to buy. Great targets!

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Happy to hear this, just said to myself I need a BH target for the basement.
 
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A 12” block won’t give you much room for mistakes so shooting the center will be a must. Great targets, I have the 18” which I would say is a way better deal. If you are thinking about purchasing just one 12” it will not last long.
 

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Haven't used the block but boy do I like mo foam-- easy arrow removal and it stops arrows. Not sure how well it holds up but good so far at the range I go to... good stuff so far. As dougm said 12 inches doesn't leave much room for error.
 

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A 12” block won’t give you much room for mistakes so shooting the center will be a must. Great targets, I have the 18” which I would say is a way better deal. If you are thinking about purchasing just one 12” it will not last long.
Agree, I would get the biggest one you can afford. The 12" is good for taking with you to camp but too small for every day home use.
 
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