Punk' n Daddy
The Punk’ n Daddy ™ is designed not only as a fun colorful target for youth, but also as an “extremely” inexpensive target for the 3-D range.
There are eight separate target bullseyes for long target life. The average 3-D target has two bulleye rings, which means the Punk’ n Daddy ™ can last 4 times (400%) longer.
The scoring rings are indented perfectly to be traced with a sharpie, if you want the scouring rings to be obvious.
The broad head sculptures with indented deer tracks not only look cool, but show that this Punk’ n Daddy ™ is an archery target.
The shed antler accents add an artistic flare and appeals to almost all bow hunters who deer hunt.
Our goal is to have the quality of our archery targets so good that they cross over into the art world. Accordingly we sign our names into the sculptures.
All our targets/art pieces come with an ‘About The Artists’ tag. We are a family run business and thoroughly enjoy God’s creation in the great outdoors.
We shot into “Orange Daddy” with a 65lb. bow at 10 yards.
Total penetration was 7 1/8” which was our goal when developing this system.
You can see how well the hole healed up. This is partially the result of the quality of our foam. Just as important is the quality of our “bakers”. In the same way a baker must knead the dough, mix the flour, salt and yeast perfectly and work the oven, our craftsman must “work the foam”. It’s the little things, with attention to detail, that achieves “perfect” results. This means we do all our work by hand without a foam machine. We believe we can do better quality work with our trade secrets even though we were told we must have a foam machine in order to use this foam.
We claim that our 3-D foam targets pull arrows easier than any other 3-D foam target. Here’s how that works. Our Punk’ n Daddy ™ starts out with a hollow core. Notice the recessed ring with three wood blocks installed.
We then custom fill our hollow core with “fluff”, which we call our inner-core bag target.
Next we pneumatically air staple an OSB board to the pre-installed wood blocks.
Even after installation, the wood bottom is recessed; protecting it from touching the ground and absorbing moisture.
We used three screws to attach a piece of plywood to the OSB board.
We drilled two holes in the end of the plywood and hammered in the tent stakes. This is for competition shooting where you don’t want the target to move.
The stem was artistically sculptured for not only eye appeal but also to fit the human hand for carrying.
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When the target is shot up, you can cut the stem out like a real pumpkin and fill it with candy for a neat on your desk or in your man cave display.
If you shoot outside, or inside for that matter, you can cut the stem out with a fish fillet knife (small 3” diameter hole) and use it to hold your arrows. It’s kinda neat when you consider that a standard target plus you can use it indefinitely as either a candy holder or an arrow holder.