Delta 3-D Deer Target - Broadhead Buck or Vital Core Replacement Insert
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Delta 3-D Deer Target
Features a replaceable, self-closing vital area; the remainder of the body is constructed of flexible and durable self-closing foam with IBO-approved scoring areas on both sides. Stands up to extensive broadhead and field-point use from high-performance compound bows with aluminum or carbon arrows. Convenient 4-piece design with easy twist-lock assembly. 2 ground stakes included. Removable antlers. Made in USA.
Combines 3-D target foam with "Encapsulated Layer Core" for field points and broadheads. One-handed removal is a snap. Lifelike and life-size with removable antlers and twist-lock assembly. 34-1/2" high (to back), 51" high (to antlers), and 44" long.
Rated 3 out of 5 by 8
Rated 3 out of 5 by deerhunter60 good size target
The target is good size for small deer we have in S.C. Doesn't hold up to well to practice broadheads use. Arrows w/fieldpoints come thru the other side. (A tip) for easy arrow removable is spray practice arrows w/silicone spray.
September 2, 2009
Rated 3 out of 5 by RUTnSTRUT Average Target
I've been wanting to but a GlenDel but didn't want to part with the money. I ended up buying on of these because it was cheaper. So far it gets the job done. It just seems to be an average 3-D target. It's held up decent so far considering how much I've shot at it. I'm sure there are better targets out there but you have to pay for them too. If you just want a good target to set out back and shoot broadheads at, then I don't see anything wrong with buying one of these. One thing I don't like is the area where the legs connect to the body. There is a hard plastic connecting piece inside that is almost impossible to pull a fixed blade broadhead out of. (Not that I'd miss and hit there!)
March 9, 2009
Rated 3 out of 5 by Meatman JUST OK TARGET
I got one for christmas some years back. It lasted through a lot of shooting, which was great. When the center wore out, I got a replacement. The replacement was the problem. It was almost impossible to pull out a target tip arrow. Maybe they're making it better now. Mine's sitting in the basement now and will probably be thrown out. I guess the replacement was the biggest problem. I've gotten other targets since, which I've worn out. Right now I'm waiting for the Red Head layered target to come. I'll let you all know how that holds out.
August 29, 2008
Rated 4 out of 5 by Arizona Joe Good value
Have been using this target for about a month. Arrow removal was a little hard at first but got easier after only a few shots. Target has held up well against daily use of both field tips and broadheads. Here's a tip for broadhead use, push the broadhead all the way through the target if it hasn't prenetrated fully. Remove the head then pull your arrow out. This will greatly reduce the slivering of the foam layers. extending the life of the insert. Overall a good value for the money. If I wear this one out I'll buy another
August 17, 2007
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