Archery 4.0


The FabberTargetFace is a training target face according to the WA/Field standard or a training target face based on the WA/Field standard.

In addition to the usual competition target faces, color-inverted and line-shaped versions are also available, which can be used for special forms of training.

As part of the Fabber product range, the FabberTagetFace is a purely digital product. The central component is print data in PDF format, from which real target faces can be created using (color) printing. In addition to this print data, there is an (extended) PERSONAL USE license and a detailed tutorial with interesting additional information about the overall package.

Each data set of the FabberTargetFace contains a total of 12 different PDF files, which result from the combination of three different paper formats (A3, A4 and US Letter) and the different target face sizes (10 to 60 cm).

Basic Ideas of the FabberTargetFace


Thanks to (color) printing at home or in the club, the target faces are also available outside of store opening hours and in any quantity.

Variety of Sizes

Especially in the indoor season, not every archer has the opportunity to shoot at typical competition distances. In order to be able to maintain the ratio between distance and target face size even at (too) short distances, the FabberTargetFace is available not only in the typical target face sizes but also in special sizes 10, 20, 30 and 50 cm.

Variety of Variants

Variation in height or sideways has very different causes in archery. In order to be able to consciously separate the two directions during training, the FabberTargetFace is also available in strip form (10, 20, 30, 40, 50 and 60 cm).

New/different training stimuli support training - especially when aiming. Both basic forms of the FabberTargetFace are therefore also available with inverted coloring.



3,90 EUR incl. 19% VAT (Germany)

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"last but not least"

Like all other esemro products, the FabberTargetFace is 100% developed in Germany.

Engineered in Germany. Engineered in Bavaria. Engineered in Rosenheim. And that from the first idea to the final implementation.