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post #11 of 18 (permalink) Old 04-08-2011, 04:54 AM Thread Starter
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honestly guys there 18-1 target is incredible and they came out with a couple of different targets also.Way better than the blocks or anything else and arrows come out fairly easy.
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post #12 of 18 (permalink) Old 04-08-2011, 05:42 AM
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Hey guys just a little fyi.I shoot everyday and have gone through countless targets and purchased some bad ones.Hands down the best targets are RINEHART they have the best foam of any target.If you shoot it out in a year you get a new one.Just trying to save somebody from a bad purchase.Check em out if anybody needs a target.Great for broadheads too.
The Rineharts are very nice targets out of my price range unless they have come down in price. arrow removal is better then average IMO
that is the thing I hate about the MacKenzie's takes 2 men & a boy to remove your arrows

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I am going to save myself a wad of cash. I really don't need to repetitively shoot broads heads at a target. maybe a dozen the week season starts. until then, all the shooting you do only needs to be for staying in sync and remaining in shooting condition. for that, I can shoot field points. the following link is the target of my choice for this.

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post #14 of 18 (permalink) Old 04-09-2011, 05:06 PM
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my broad heads don't hit where the field points do so the last month of practice is all broad head shooting. It does tear up the targets though.
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Check out the plans for a "lifetime target" in the DIY section of archerytalk
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post #16 of 18 (permalink) Old 05-29-2011, 03:46 PM
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honestly guys there 18-1 target is incredible and they came out with a couple of different targets also.Way better than the blocks or anything else and arrows come out fairly easy.
I like the larger block targets so I can shoot multiple spots on them. I never shoot at a single spot with more than one arrow. too costly when you are stacking arrows.
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Here is a tip to get a little more life out of your target, if it is the dense foam type: Place an older dense foam type target behind it - the target behind will give a bit and stop your arrows from going all the way through (wrecking your fletching ). Otherwise, it gets a bit pricey to be buying another $50 chunk of foam each season.
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I like the larger block targets so I can shoot multiple spots on them. I never shoot at a single spot with more than one arrow. too costly when you are stacking arrows.
With broadheads, I generally will only shoot one arrow at a time - this gets really costly if you stack them and they don't have to be right on top of each other to cause damage. With target arrows, I have found that limiting to no more than 3 per spot works pretty well.
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