Shooter Buck 3-D Target or Replacement Vital
Great for the price.
I bought this target four months ago and although it's a little small, I have not had any problems with it. Granted, it's not a $200 dollar target, but for a guy who got tired of shooting at bag targets this target brought a new level of enjoyment to target practice. My girlfriend and I have shot at least 200 times at this thing and it is still in decent shape. I would say that this target is capable of being used for two years or so but for the money that's not bad. I did upgrade and bought a Glen Dale target today and it does seem better quality, haven't got to shoot at it yet but will review it when we do.
July 24, 2010
good target for price
i bought this target last year and it is a good target. it is my second 3d target. have shot it alot. arrow removal is no harder than any other 3d target. i shoot carbon arrows and they are pretty hard to pull out of any target. i got some cheap rubber palmed gloves and arrow removal is way simpler no matter what i shoot. it has lasted all year last year with 5 guys shooting at it. waiting for this year to have at it again. to get the insert to last longer, shoot the whole insert not just the heart area. i only shoot the vital also. i try to shoot it like it is a real deer so i don't shoot the body of it cause i wouldn't shoot a deer in the head or body. it is a skinny target.
February 22, 2011
Good value for the price
I received the Shooter Buck as a birthday present and as it turned out, it was the only deer I actually shot at this past season. Easy to assemble, comes with two steel rebar sections to hold the target upright. You can easily make it a buck or a doe just by putting the antlers on or taking them off. I have shot carbon, aluminum, and wood arrows into the deer and the arrows are fairly easy to remove. It does have a replaceable core which seems like it would be a breeze to replace.
March 10, 2011
Best 3d target for the money. It gives me a lifelike target to shoot at without breaking the bank
October 18, 2014