Shooter Buck 3-D Target or Replacement Vital
Good target for the money,
need to beef up the way legs connect to the target, I glued them permanently together
fairly easy to remove arrows.
Would probably buy again
September 30, 2013
Cost effective, durable 3D target
I purchased this target about 6 weeks ago. I was leery because it was one of the least expensive 3D whitetail targets available. I have to tell you...I'm very pleased! I've easily put 200 arrows into this target now. I'm shooting probably 290 fps at a range of 38 yards. Every part of the target stops the arrow - field points and broadheads. Arrows stick 3-6 inches out the back. And, with a simple partial twist...the arrows come out with relative ease. I like that the replaceable vitals train me how to frame the deer in my sight. And...with 200+ arrows into it, I'm confident it will last me all season. I've also been leaving it out (we've had a lot of rain the last six weeks). Granted it sits under a tree, but it does get quite wet. No signs of decay. I can see this target lasting for years - especially now that I'm regularly hitting the replaceable vital portion. I will definitely head into this year's bow season with a tremendous amount of confidence.
I would recommend to anyone.
July 10, 2013
Second one of these we bought . Inexpensive but good enough for the price , I can have 3 of these for the price of a Mackenzie.. Can sometimes be hard to pull arrows, but use an arrow lube and no problem .Will get another after this one gets shot out .
June 26, 2013
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