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Rinehart Targets 18-1 Portable Archery Targets

   

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15" X 15" X 15"

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15 lbs.

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The long-lasting, easily portable archery target that's ideal for not only the back yard, but for club shoots and even deer camp too. With 18 vivid target zones backed by authentic Rinehart self-healing foam, this octodecagonical target can take the abuse of field points, broadheads, even expandable blades and still present a clean aiming point every time.

  • Portable and long lasting
  • 18 vivid target zones
  • Backed with self-healing foam
Rinehart Targets 18-1 Portable Archery Targets 4.7 5 44 44
Solid Target I just bought this for my new Excalibur 405. I went to sight it in at 20 yards and the arrows were so hard to pull out that we had to stand on the target and pull with all our strength. Thank God we had the excalibur arrow puller. I emailed Rinehart and they recommend to break it in with broad heads and use arrow lube for the first 20 shots. I can see why people like them because of how durable it is. It's neat to see the holes seal up again after you remove the arrows. I'm sure this will last me a long time. March 12, 2014
Nice Target So Far I just picked one up from my local BP. I put about 20 broadheads into it. It held up beautifully. I used to use a BLOCK and half of the guts would pull out with each arrow. Not the Rinehart. All broadhead impact areas "healed" up nicely. Im sure it will start breaking down at some point but with all the sides to shoot, it should take a LONG time to wear thru it. November 19, 2013
Right on target. I was looking for a portable target to shoot out of my hunting ladder stands and this target worked great. October 17, 2013
NEEDS 10 STAR RATING! This is the best target you will ever buy hands down. Dont waste money on a stamp to mail in warranty card, you will not wear it out in a year. I'm not sure you can wear it out in 5 years! I shoot mostly broadheads and have yet to pull a chunk out of this target. The arrows remove very easy. I practice a lot out of my climbing stand and my 8 yr old daughter pulls the arrows and brings them back to me. The best part about it is it doesn't dull my heads even after multiple shots. The one draw back is that if you shoot dull pointed field points and hit one of the angled sides your arrow deflects and your kids will spend the rest of the day looking for the arrrow!! I have shot this taget a lot (mostly broadheads) and it still looks new. September 15, 2013
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Yes, better than any other.
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Holds up well. This will cause more wear and tear than field points...stating the obvious...but, there are multiple sides to the target. I shot thousands of broadhead tipped arrows at this target w/o any pass through.
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the target holds up great to broadheads
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yes it does but like any target they will wear it down faster than field points
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It will hold up but eventually it will start to chew up the target but the good news is it has a replacement core.
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It stopped my Matrix 405 at 20 yards pretty well so yes.
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Don't own a crossbow but, I can't see why it wouldn't.
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Stops my stryker 380
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Yes, it will stop them. See customer reviews as one individual recommends use of arrow lube so the bolts can be removed more easily.
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I put my target not up against but near a wall on some hard carpet. I shot my first shots into the target from 5 yards out. The target didn't budge an inch, no lean back, no roll over, no movement whatsoever. Only time it moved was when I was taking the arrows out & put it away so that it wasn't out in the open.
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Shot mine thousands of times. Never had it roll over. This target has some weight to it and is very well designed.
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I have shot this block at 10 yards with a 66 lbs. compound bow and it will not roll over upon impact unless you are shooting downhill and the target is on place on the hill.
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I have not had a problem with rolling. Sometimes the target moves right or left if you are not hitting the bulls eye!
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Never had a problem with it rolling over and I've shot it quite a bit.
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No problems with rollover, and 300 fps bows.
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No never had this problem. I think you could shoot it with a gun and it wouldnt happen
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No it is very center weighted and evenly distributed throughout the product. Plus if it did turn over which I have kicked it once already it landed with arrow side up because of the angles it just lands and it does not roll much at all.
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Of course! I solved the problem of rolling over by stringing some para cord through the handle and securing it to a couple of trees. If you dont have trees you could probably use tent stakes and bungee cords, I had to do that out in the plains.
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I have shot this target all over, and the only time that I have seen it move is if I shoot the side target while it is on a smooth flat surface. The target will spin about 3 inches in the direction of the impact, but nothing more. Doesn't move on grass or dirt.

I have never seen one of these flip over on impact. Honestly though, if that ever did happen, it would simply turn to another target face so you could keep shooting.

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15" x 15" x 15" Top to bottom, left to right, front to back
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15" x 15" and it has 18 sides.
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16x16 inches
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Its about 18" square.
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15'' x 15'' x 15''
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