Rinehart targets are made with the highest quality, all-weather-proof self-healing foam and will outlast many others. These unique targets present realistic shot angles and promote the real shooting skills you’ll need to be accurate and deadly when bow season begins. Replaceable inserts extend target life, with scoreable markings that indicate proper arrow placement. The Tom Turkey recreates the shape, body position, color, and feather pattern of a real turkey, and is light enough to double as a decoy. Dimensions: 19" x 9" x 21". Weight: 25 lbs.
Rated 4 out of 5 by fleshnugget Only one complaint
The base of the target at the birds legs is a little weak feeling. It hasnt caused me any trouble, just wish it were a little stronger.
Thant said, I love this target. Will last forever, especially if left indoors. With replaceable vitals and spots for rebar to hold it in the ground, what else do you need? Fair price in comparison to all others and quality.
September 6, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by SuperGriz Toms taken a licking and keeps on...
After a 30 year break from bow hunting I decided to get back in the game traditional style, so my experience with Tom has been using a Bear #50 Super Grizzly shooting primarily wooden arrows. Attempting to learn instinctive shooting, the smaller profile of Tom has helped a lot with my aim and a welcome change from shooting countless hours at a Rinehart Woodland buck. Have found both Rinehart target to meet and exceed my expectations. They have held up well with thousands of hits. And removing arrows from the target, be they wood, aluminum, or carbon shafts tipped with broadheads or field points, is easily done. Thanks Rinehart for making archery practice enjoyable.
July 18, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by MichiganWhitetailPursuit Best Turkey Decoy out there
Doesn't cost much more than the cheap brands and will last you 10x as long!
July 4, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by bob8655 Durable Target
Great turkey target. Very durable and ease to pull your arrows out of. The holes close right up after you pull your arrow out. I've had it for a year and it still looks like new. Make sure you bring it inside out of the weather to extend its life. Happy hunting!
September 10, 2011