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Shooter Buck 3-D Target or Replacement Vital

   

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31"

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17 lbs.
  • $79.99

  • SKU: 1688651

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Replacement Vital
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A 125'' Pope & Young is a ''shooter'' in almost anyone’s book, and here he is, right in your back yard! The Shooter Buck® target presents a replaceable vital insert that’s 25% larger than comparable 3-D targets. Designed to stop any field tip, broadhead, or expandable. Includes ground stakes for super stability. Shoulder height: 31".

  • 125'' Pope & Young size buck
  • Replaceable vital insert that’s 25% larger than comparable 3D targets
  • Designed to stop any field tip, broadhead, or expandable
  • Includes ground stakes for super stability
Shooter Buck 3-D Target or Replacement Vital 3.6 5 47 47
Can't beat the price As other reviewers have noted, there are better 3D targets on the market, however, for the price, its difficult to get more value for your money. I would recommend the Big Shooter which is somewhat larger. Also, instead of buying new vitals for $30, I found that by purchasing a can of foam insulation filler and, after a 100 shots or so, inserting it into the various holes your arrows, made, the foam filler will expand and fill in all of the spaces that have been opened up by your previous shots. I have shot hundreds of arrows into the same vitals using this method. Saves a lot of money June 5, 2013
Good for kida This was purchased for my 11 year old son who draws 35lbs at 23 inches and this target does what I hoped it would. It's affordable and sturdy enough to handle the impact of his arrows. I've shot it a few times with my maxxed out Switchback XT (60 lbs @ 28.5 inches) and the arrows buried very deep into the target. The target also seems kind of flimsy when my arrows hit. The rebar stakes only go into the targets legs about 6 inches and this target could probably benefit if they could allow the stakes to slide into the legs about 12 inches. Good, sound target for the price and will serve my son well, but I don't see this target holding up if I decided to shoot it on a regular basis. January 5, 2011
Arrow removal exhausting! Was looking to buy a new target and depended on some of the good reviews here - went and bought this target. When I got it home, yes the set-up was very easy, but arrow removal was exhausting! I shot 4 arrows (field points) into the vitals and spent the next 15 minutes getting the arrows out. I ended up having to take the vitals insert out and standing on the insert to get enough leverage to pull the arrows out. I thought I was going to pass out from having to pull so hard. Took this target back and got a refund. This might be a good target for a youth bow (less penetration) but not a good target for an adult bow ...... Mathews Reezen 6.5 @ 71 lbs. January 9, 2011
King Arthur I received this target today. Set it up and shot 4 arrows into it at 20 yards. I shoot a pretty fast bow and I wouldn't recommend shooting a fast bow at this target at this range. My arrows went half way through the target. When I went to remove my arrows, that is when the fun really started. I felt like King Arthur trying to remove the famous sword from the stone! It took me a good 4 minutes to get all my arrows out (I think my hands are going to have blisters tomorrow). I shot the target a few more times at longer yardages and as I would have expected my arrows were quite a bit easier to remove at 50+ yards. Anyhow the target performs well and works well for the money. June 6, 2012
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the Archery 2012 catalog on page 90 shows a $10 rebate if purchased before 12/31/12. Where do I obtain this form to send in?
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Yes. I've hit both the replacement vitals and the "rest of the target" with broadheads. I'm shooting ~290 fps from 38 yards. Broadheads (target broadheads...so blades aren't brand-new sharp) stick about 1"-6" through the back side. No big deal.
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I do not suggest it. I shot a broadhead into mine and had to break the target insert to pieces to get it loose...broke my arrow in the process! This target is great for field tips though.
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Yes you can shoot broadhead tips into this target
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Yes, but if you miss the vital area the target and arrow will pay the price. I always practice w/ field tips & havn't had any trouble, even when I'm off the vital area. (yeah I'll admit it!!!!)
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This target is designed to stop any field tip, broadhead, or expandable.
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are antlers removable?

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yes some are u just have to look for your self but most of them are
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Yes, theyre removeable and it makes a great decoy.
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I don't know if they're intended to be inserted and removed repeatedly. They are not installed when they come in the box. So...you don't HAVE to install them. I chose not to install mine because I really didn't care whether the target had them or not. If you choose to install them, I don't know if you can remove, re-insert, etc...
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Yes the antlers are removable.
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they are, but it is not recommended.
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they are, but if you remove them multiple times the 'pedicle' will deteriorate. i don't recommend removing them.
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yes it's easy to remove the antlers
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no not any you have to look for your type
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Ask your archery department, it may have changed sizes.
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Just foam but the legs are hard plastic.
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It's not layered. It appears to me to be a self-healing solid foam block. I'll put 20 arrows in it in one session. Come back the next day and the holes seem to have largely closed themselves up.
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just foam. this is definitely a 'value' based target and performs just fine in that capacity.
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seems to be just foam
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just foam
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Feels like its just foam, but don't buy it if you're shooting an adult bow. Shot it 4 times and had 3 pass throughs. Arrows are extremely hard to remove!
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just foam all the way
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Just foam
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Foam all the way through.
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