We are an independent family run business, based in Hampshire, set up to provide Archers with a dedicated, customer focused, target manufacturing service.

 We manufacture quality self-pack targets that meet all of the requirements to satisfy both the pocket and impact of competition shooting.

Tenzone Targets Ltd sell direct to individual archers and archery clubs.



Quality Products

Quality Products

Our targets are World & UK record status tournament quality and have been utilised in many World & UK record status  tournaments over the years. The stopping power and ease of drawing the arrow from the target makes our products suitable for all bow styles and age/gender categories.

Self-Pack Targets

Self-Pack Targets

Our targets are manufactured in the UK and delivered fully assembled. ‘Self-pack’ refers to the users ability to repack the target without the need of banding equipment or presses. The ‘self-pack’ target is more expensive than the banded style of targets, however, the ability to replace the foam in minutes makes target maintenance far easier and more cost effective in the long term.

Variety of Designs Available

Variety of Designs Available

Tenzone Targets Ltd offer one of the most comprehensive selection of layered foam target designs available on the market; made to order. We are only restricted by the size of the material available and our imaginations. Looking for someting different? Give us a call to discuss your requirements.

Easy to Maintain

Easy to Maintain

Replace foam sections with with ease & minimal tools. A 13mm spanner or ratchet & socket is all that is needed to rotate or replace the foam sections. Replacement foam is available in 12cm sections (approx), for a cost effective durable solution to your individual, club and tournament needs.

Delivery Options

Delivery Options

Personal or courier delivery options available. The cost of shipping a quantity of large archery targets can be a limiting factor when considering your purchase. Tenzone Targets can offer either a courier delivery for smaller targets, or personal delivery in our own vans for a cost effective solution for larger targets.

Products & Services

  • All
  • Backstop Netting
  • Bespoke
  • Replacement Foam
  • Targets
  • Tournament Target Hire
  • Working Party
Portable Targets (All Styles)

Portable Targets (All Styles)

130cm Targets

130cm Targets

100cm Targets

100cm Targets

90cm Targets

90cm Targets

65cm Targets

65cm Targets

Backstop Netting

Backstop Netting

45cm Targets

45cm Targets

Bespoke Products

Bespoke Products

Working Party

Working Party

Tournament Target Hire

Tournament Target Hire

Replacement Foam

Replacement Foam


Meet the Team

We are a small but effective team working at Tenzone Targets.

When not in the workshop manufacturing your products we can be found delivering tournaments at the weekends. Keeping the team small helps us to maintain our competitive prices.

We take great pride in our work and are selective regarding the material we use, this helps ensure we can produce a consistent, quality product.



The Boss Man




Target Technician

What our customers say

Having now used Tenzone Targets over the last season, we can say this is the best purchase we have made. So much so that we have replaced our old Danage ones with these. We are also gearing up to purchase more of the same for the 2020 summer season. Highly recommended – great craftsmanship – great service.

Kent Police Archery Club

Thank you for all your support in getting Team UK to this year’s Invictus Games – we couldn’t have done it without you!

Help for Heroes-Tedworth House-Invictus Sydney 2018

Deer Park Archers the Sport 7 Recreation Alliance National Sports Club of the Year 2011 & the Archery GB Club of the Year 2012 only use Tenzone Foam Targets! We have trialled a range of manufacturers and suppliers with bosses costing up to 350 pounds and when considering quality, robustness, durability, reparability, value for money and sales service there was a clear winner. We would highly recommend them and indeed our County, Gloucestershire have come to the same conclusion!

Roger Crang – Deerpark Archers

Just to let you know how impressed I am with the quality of your products. Very nicely built and excellent quality, a joy to use also. My clients also commented on the smart, professional appearance.

Very much appreciated the customer service and contact from yourself and also the care taken to package the items etc.  It all adds to the experience. Will not hesitate to pass on your details to clients and friends with a hearty recommendation.

Damian Stenton – Ringinglow Archery

National Series 2017 Tolworth Surrey

Many thanks for all the hard work by you and Luke over the weekend.  We would not have got this tournament to the standard it is now without the support from Tenzone over the last few years.

Andrew Trimble – Chessington Bowmen

Contact Us

    Tenzone Targets Ltd
    General enquiries: enquiries@tenzonetargets.com
    Tel: 07946 413306


    Privacy Policy

    Who we are.

    Our website address is: https://tenzonetargets.com

    You do not have to give us permission in order to use our website.

    What personal data we collect and why we collect it.


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    We may disclose your personal information to third parties, including in the following circumstances:

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    If you have an account on this site, or have left comments, you can request to receive an exported file of the personal data we hold about you, including any data you have provided to us. You can also request that we erase any personal data we hold about you. This does not include any data we are obliged to keep for administrative, legal, or security purposes.

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    • Phone: 0303 123 1113 (local rate) or 01625 545 745
    • Post: Information Commissioner’s Office Wycliffe House Water Lane Wilmslow Cheshire SK9 5AF
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    How to contact us?

    To update your details or ask for a copy of your personal information:

    • You can call us on: 07946 413306
    • You can write to us at Customer Correspondence. Tenzone Targets Ltd. Unit 1 Staddlestone Farm. Penton Mewsey. Andover. SP11 0RQ.
    • The Data Protection Officer can be contacted on enquiries@tenzonetargets.com, or you can write to them at the address above.