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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
good bang for the "buck" I was surprised to see this product for such a low price. although its not a 300 dollar purchase, it gets the job done and leaves money in your pocket for other hunting gear. for the just starting out type of guys and gals. its a must have. Ive shot the heck out of this thing with broadheads and fieldpoints and havent had the problem with the hard removal as other reviewers had mentioned. they came out just fine and was ready for the next one. July 16, 2010
Great for the price I purchased this as my first 3D target and I am impressed. For the money it is a very good target. I made the mistake of hitting outside of the vital replacement area with a broadhead tipped arrow on about six or so shots. It blew out the back side and foam just fell out. As long as you do not "miss" the vital area you are fine, but if you do you will have exit holes on the opposite sides. The reason I was not too worried about using broadheads is because it advertises that it CAN stop them, and the replacement core is fairly durable. I would recommend for anyone looking for a bargain basement 3D, but be aware that broadhead misses will blow out the opposite side. I feel the reason this happens is due to the thinness of the target as a whole. A thicker target may be more tolerable of misses, but that is why this target is so much cheaper than others. November 19, 2010
Broke eared buck I drove the 40 miles to my LOCAL Bass Pro Shop And bought this product. I bought it, rushed home to shoot it and opened up the box to find that the ears are broken off. The ears are not an area that I would normally shoot at unless I was trying to show off but, when I buy something in a box I expect it to be intact. Instead of driving the 80 mile round trip to return it, I decided to use my target and glue the ears on later. August 30, 2012
poor my buddie recently bought this target, we got home and put it together and the body of this thing is so small. and if u miss and hit the leg i am sure the target will break. i shot 4 arrows and hit the heart each time, and on the fourth arrow the whole insert went flying out of the target, i am only shooting 275 FPS. and trying to get the arrow out.. that was very diffucult. i would not recomend this to anybody July 14, 2010
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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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