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RedHead 3-D Tuff Shot Turkey Target

   

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Each RedHead®Turkey Target is made of durable, flexible urethane foam for many hours of bowhunting practice. Ideal for backyard and pre-season practice; designed to stop both field tips and broadheads. Comes complete with ground anchor support stakes. Turkey has a total height of 26'' and a simulated body length of 31''.
Manufacturer model #: 20135.

  • Made of durable, flexible urethane foam
  • Ideal for backyard and pre-season practice
  • Designed to stop both field tips and broadheads
  • Comes complete with ground anchor support stakes
Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Good purchase The target is very sturdy, and I have not had the issues others have wriiten about with trouble removing arrows. I bought a bottle of silicone lubricant (Tube Lube) for my arrows, and it works wonderfully. The kill zone is starting to show signs of wear faster than I thought it would. I don't know if it will stop my arrows and long as I had hoped. It would be a fantastic purchase if the core was replaceable. I have even practiced some head shots, and the target held up fine. April 9, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Tough old bird Really like this target for the price. Taking lots of use and holding up under tournament conditions. Definitely would consider buying another soon. May 3, 2011
Rated 1 out of 5 by Not so Great Realizm, foam density, excellent. Design Flawed. I puchased four targets for Christmas presents the Turkey didn't come with the embedded pipes for yard stake. When installing stakes by force the Decoy spit on the bottom. Very disapointed again it was a present. We shot the decoys and had great fun and continued using the Turkey. But it will not last. Deer, Boar, Racoon were great. I do not understand the manufactor, whom I assume is controlled by Bass, on the Turkey design or lack thereof. December 27, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by FANTASTIC!!! I purchased this target primarily for the realistic pose. This is the shot I see most often. I've only shot two in full strut. Having read the reviews, I was very concerned about arrow removal. I applied a light coat of silicone to the first few inches of my arrows. I set the target at 8 yds.(the same distance as my decoys). I hit inside the 10 ring. Using an arrow puller, it took ABSOLUTELY no effort at all to remove the arrow!!!!!! Target penetration was 7.25". I shoot a desinated turkey bow set up (low kinetic energy). Bow hunting turkeys is NOT bow hunting deer! You should be able to shoot quarters at 10 yds. I look forward to shooting this target for years to come. Thanks for a realistic and AFFORDABLE 3-D turkey target. June 13, 2010
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is it hard to remove arrows

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Yes, but that will make it last longer
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I shoot 7.0 gpi arrows cut to 26.5". The bow pulls 50#. I siliconed the first few inches of the arrow. It pulled VERY easily from this target! Range was 8 yds.This is a designated turkey set-up.Love this target.
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yes, at first but after you shoot it over a period of time it gets easier.
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