Made from high-quality, weatherproof self-healing foam, this lifelike 3D target presents realistic shot angles and promotes the real shooting skills you’ll need to be accurate and deadly when bow season begins. Replaceable inserts extend target life; scoreable markings indicate proper arrow placement. The Woodland Buck™ boasts a Solid FX Foam™ exterior and self-healing foam at the core for long lasting durability; replacement vitals sold separately.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Miller4310 Rinehart buck
The wife and I wanted a 3d deer to shoot at. Just to have a change from the 4 sided morel bag/block we have. We love the target! The replaceable vital seems like it will last a through many shots! The rest of the target is foam that doesn't really reseal like the vitals do. The antlers do fall out when moving the target around not a big deal though. The vitals are two sided one looking like a dear in the woods and the other shows heart lungs and liver. The target is a lil small for a deer in my opinion. Buy I travel for work so I don't mind. Arrows pull easy but not with just two fingers
April 3, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Hawghunter68 Very Good
I really enjoy shooting this target,arrow removal is very easy and the holes close up fast.The only issue I had was the antlers falling out but a touch of silicon took care of this.
August 8, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by daggerG2s worthwhile purchase
Purchased the woodland buck target to practice shooting in my backyard. Have not been disappointed. The self healing foam seals back where the arrow went in so you don't even see a hole. Arrows remove easily.
October 20, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by BGH0001 Just Right!
Nice vital area to reference shots. Arrows remove easily. Very sturdy and excellent durability. Only downside is size. It could be a little larger to resemble a life-sized buck.
August 2, 2011
Only steel I've seen is the rebar thats used to hold the target upright. Goes up the front and back legs about 6". Would appear that the main support in the legs is some type of plastics. I've pretty much hit every part of the target, given I'm attempting to learn instinctive shooting with a #50 recurve, and so far I've only broken 2 wooden arrows. Those coming from direct hits to the plastic in the legs. And yes you can shoot at both sides. One side has hearth, lungs, etc. outlined and the other side of the sweet spot is a lighter shade of brown. Think there may be outlines of some of the bones, e.g shoulder blade. For the price, the target has held up well and arrow extraction is easily done. Just ordered my 2nd Woodland Buck and have Tom the Turkey as well. Who knows, maybe the Rinehart 18-1 next.
This target is 3 sections. The front quarter, the mid section and the hind quarter. It is held together with wedges that are molded into the front and back quarters. They are made from the same 'foam' material the rest of the deer is made of. I have shot at both sides without any issues so I would say that you can. It doesnt say not to shoot at it both ways and everything has held up for me.