Rinehart Targets Broadhead Buck 3-D Archery Target
Not what I expected
Nice target, but I have a few complaints. First, I use Magnus broad heads and they terribly hard to remove. I mean hard enough that you pull out the target insert even while trying to hold it in the target. Which leads me to complaint #2. The insert is not held in very good at all and does not fit in the cavity very well either. It is held into place by 2 plastic tubes that get cut when the broad head enters the target. I read where people complained about the size being too small. I didn't have a problem with that. On a positive note, the holes do seal up well. But for the price, I expected a way better product.
September 9, 2013
Good Job Rinehart!
I absolutely believe that this target and other Rinehart Targets are the best on the market today. You get exactly what you pay for and the durability of Rinhart targets are unamtched. I would suggest in spending a little more extra money and buy this quality target. I also have the 18-1 target and have yet had a pass through. My wife can even pull the arrows out of the target. Overall great product.
July 2, 2009
This is the best 3D target that I have ever had. I had always bought the cheaper targets in the past. I am glad that I spent the extra money for this one. The quality of the target is much better than the cheaper ones. I have had this target for a year now and have put alot of arrows in it but you can hardly tell that its even been shot. The foam heals back very soon after removing the arrow. I also like the realistic vital area. Great for learning proper shot placement. I feel very confindent that this target will last for many years to come.
February 27, 2011
I was hesitant to purchase this target do to cost. This is one of those times where you get what you pay for. I was very impressed with the quality. You can barely see the entrance hole after arrow removel. You really have to look close. I found arrow removel to be easy enough even without using my arrow puller. The only drawback I could find was the size. It is small, about the size of a yearling. This was not that big of a deal and I would highly reccomend this to anybody looking for a well made and durable target.
July 16, 2012