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Field Logic GlenDel Buck 3-D Target or Replacement Vital

   

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34"

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20 lbs.

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  • $149.99

  • SKU: 1688648

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The incredibly durable Field Logic GlenDel® Buck 3-D Target not only lets you dream big…it is big—34" at the shoulders, the size of a 200-lb. buck, with a 150" B&C rack! Large 4-sided PolyFusion core presents 5-times the surface area of standard targets, with Offset Shooting Zones™ for super longevity. The PolyFusion™ technology used in the core is constructed by molecularly fusing polyurethane and polyethylene, allowing for 50% easier arrow removal and a core life that is twice as long. Stops field tips, broadheads, and expandables. Shoulder height: 34''.

  • 34" at the shoulders
  • The size of a 200-lb. buck with a 150" B&C rack
  • Large 4-sided PolyFusion core
  • 5-times the surface area of standard targets
  • Offset Shooting Zones for super longevity
  • PolyFusion™ technology used in the core
  • 50% easier arrow removal
  • life that is twice as long compared to other targets
  • Stops field tips, broadheads, and expandables
Field Logic GlenDel Buck 3-D Target or Replacement Vital 3.9 5 34 34
At least it's "life-size" That's the one thing it is. I've used three other companies along with this target. I've gone through 6 targets in the last 2 years. I've had 4 of these for 2 years with about 1000 sticks into each per week from June onto season opener between 4 guys. And we're still on the first core. The target does have some real issues. You'll zip-tie the antlers after a couple of weeks and you'll be using rebar for the legs after picking it up off the ground after the third week. But I can live with those issues as long as the body represents a real field encounter and the core spits the sticks back out without regular lubing. March 23, 2011
great targe Purchased at basspro using my tenpoint Titan HLX and it is great. I shot field points and broadheads (crimson talon XLT 100 grain) No problems getting arrows out. I researched many forums and internet sites before settling on this. I actually went into store with idea of purchasing a different target, but set on this one once I saw the different targets side by side in basspro. June 6, 2010
save your money!!!1 i just bought the glen del buck and man i was very disappointed. i dont have alot of money so i saved for a while. and was told it was the better target that bps carrys,second to the rhineheart. anyways ,i opened the box and put it together and the left antler would not fit like the right side very sloopy. the top cover or the back of the target after being closed left a 1inch gap.that an arrow will go through. overall this prduct would be a good target if it was in the 79-99$ range.for 30 more dollars you can buy and rhineheart with colored fatals. this is the best target for under $200. December 27, 2011
What a Joke It's hard to explain how bad this product is. The second time I shot the target my arrows were sticking out of the back of the target - blowing chunks out of the back side of the insert. It's almost worn out and I bet I haven't shot 100 arrows at it (using field tips). The target has a lot of really great features - which is why I bought it. Changeable insert, easy to transport, large removable core, etc. There's really nothing else on the market comparable. But if an archery target doesn't stop an arrow, I'm not really sure what it's good for. July 23, 2010
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I have a barnett quad 400 that shoots 340 ft per second. i was just wondering if it will stop it
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Yes, untill it gets worn out.
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I've got an Excalicer . Bolts don't go even half way. 305 fps
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I think you'd be ok. I'm shooting prob'ly 290 and am only getting a couple inch protrusion on the back side.
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They do not list the actual speed. I shoot a Mathews with an IBO rating of 332 and it stops my arrows without any problems at all. Based on that I am sure it will have no problem with your Barnett.
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What are the notches at the bottom of each leg for ?
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Thats where its put together.
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To keep the rebar from sliding up
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NO , it will not fit .
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if its made by fieldlogic and is the GlenDel Buck than yes it will
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I have last years model of the glendel buck and i need to know if this replacement vital will fit my model. i bought the glendel buck that had the vitals, not the layered foam.
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yes it will
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I don`t know ask your archery department every year there could be changes.
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Hard plastic that will shatter
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plastic
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Legs are thin plastic. Will not hold up target straight. they will break easy.
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The legs are plastic. One arrow hit can do alot of damage to them.
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prolly on from the manufacturer am having hard time finding vital replacements
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No. The old Full rut was more of a layer type insert. This insert is a full foam insert no layers like the old Full Rut. Now I believe a new full rut is coming out with a simalar insert. This one is a bit smaller than the full rut but just as good and $100 cheaper.
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No, they're different. This one is smaller than the full rut. The inserts mirror the body size of the targets.
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