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What is an archery butt? (target backstop)

A butt is an archery shooting field, with mounds of earth used for the targets. The name originally referred to the targets themselves, but over time came to mean the platforms that held the targets as well. ...

The word is also used today for the earthwork mounds on, or before, which targets are mounted on a rifle range, with the object of stopping the flight of bullets beyond the range.

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Butt: A pile of earth on which the targets are placed.

A target backstop (butt) is material placed behind archery targets to catch arrows. Backstops are normally made of a thick, spongey material that absorbs the arrow's shock.
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