While not featured in the best archery target buying guide, the tuffblock game shot archery target is great for general target practice for how there\u2019s different levels of difficulty. The product information mentioned that this was manufactured by big rock sports, a company that specializes in long-ranged products including archery.\r\n\r\nWhy We Like It - Mckenzie 20950 TuffBlock Game Shot Archery Target\r\nThis lightweight archery target is great for people of any skill level, including beginners, due to having targets of different sizes. At a great price, this archery target has stuffing that can \u201cheal\u201d itself with the right arrow removal techniques, and provides more compatibility for the types of bows that can be used.\r\n\r\nPerformance\r\nUnlike with the morrell double 450fps archery target, that has been recommended to only use compound bows and traditional bows with field tip arrows for a longer target life, as long as the bow of choice has a low poundage of under 40 Lbs., they can use any type of bow they want on the game shot archery target, such as a bear archery bow set. 40 pounds measures 28 inches in drawback, so anything lower means that newcomers can use this target too.\r\nDesign\r\nThe different levels\/variable target size allows users to test their different skill levels. Like the morrell double 450fps archery target, it uses fours sides to provide different targets. However, with this target bag, the targets mostly differ in size instead of design, still maintaining the different levels of difficulty. Unfortunately, unlike the Delta McKenzie Speed Bag Archery Target, the handle can\u2019t be used as a way to hang the block as a midair target. It only functions as a carrying handle.\r\nValue\r\nIt\u2019s cheaper than the Field Logic Block Genz Youth Archery Target despite both having stuffing that can make arrow removal easy and efficient. Along with size, the price difference is more likely due to the material used for their shells. Weight can also be a factor: Unlike the block genz archery target, it needs something to hold it in place to make sure that arrows or strong enough winds don\u2019t make the block fall over on impact.\r\nMckenzie 20950 TuffBlock Game Shot Archery Target Wrap Up\r\nThe different skill levels\/ variable target sizes provide both a challenge and an introduction into developing skills in archery. Some reviews say to make sure that stabilize the box before shooting at it, and to please try this with low poundage bows. The maximum of 28 inches low poundage allows the user to be able to use a wide selection of bows that can also cater to beginners.