What is the best value 3d target?

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  1. BJE80

    BJE80 Legendary Woodsman

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    I'm thinking about the Rinehart woodland 3d for $129.

    Confirm or tell me what other one. I think I would prefer something that does not have plastic legs.

    What do you think? Thanks.

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  2. SWitchBacKXT

    SWitchBacKXT Grizzled Veteran

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    Its a great target for the price. i personaly have a glendale, but a buddy just got the woodland few weeks ago. I went an shot it last weekend an i liked it alot.
     
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    Just Passin thru Grizzled Veteran

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    My local range has a woodland 3d. I'vs shot it a couple times and it seemed pretty durable.
     
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    BACKSTRAPASSASSIN Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Great target.....Reinhardt s hold up really well

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    The GlenDel Buck is the best i have used
     
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    englum_06 Die Hard Bowhunter

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    It's a good target. I just bought one. Arrows pull smooth and target seems to heal up well. Only downside in my opinion is the size. It's like shooting a fawn in the early season. Aim small, miss small I suppose...
     
  7. LittleChief

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    Yep. :)

    If you can shoot good kill shots on those small targets at 50 to 60 yards just imagine what you can do on a big bodied deer at 25 yards? Provided you aren't shaking yourself out of the tree.
     
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    Want to have fun on a 3d course. Set up a large McKenzie buck at about 28 yards and set one of these small rineharts behind it at 32 yards.:evilgrin: I can almost guarantee 80% of shots will be high and there will be several misses. For the record,I love Rinehart targets
     
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    That's just mean. Good, but still mean. :)
     
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    Many years of experience has taught me a few "mean" tricks:evilgrin: A course does not have to be long to be tough.
     
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    I'll bet is has. :lol:
     
  12. Indiana Hunter

    Indiana Hunter Die Hard Bowhunter

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    I just picked up the woodland buck two days ago Brad. I bought it soley on all the positive reviews I read about it. I was sick and tired of replacing blocks in my Glendel buck.

    I'll try and post my first thoughts on it after I give it a whirl. My first impressions are good so far.
     

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