Archery Targets

BrandonM

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Question for you all: What archery targets are your favorites? I just recently bought the small version of the GlenDel buck....I've wanted one for years. It's working great so far and I love that it has easily replaceable components, not just the core, but most everything on it.

I'm a big fan of Rinehart, too. Block targets are good if you're going with a square target. Matrix is pretty killer as well. Lots of choices...almost too many! Not sure what my next one will be.

Just curious...
 

Hilltop

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I have the glendel buck full rut for the backyard. It is 7-8? years old and still working. Outside of that, I really like the standard bag targets. I enjoy taking targets to different locations to shoot. I shoot expandables so I practice with field points the majority of the year.
 

BrandonM

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Nov 9, 2011
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I have the glendel buck full rut for the backyard. It is 7-8? years old and still working. Outside of that, I really like the standard bag targets. I enjoy taking targets to different locations to shoot. I shoot expandables so I practice with field points the majority of the year.
Good to know the GlenDel is long-lasting!
 

mosquito

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Ya i have one also. Probably 7 or 8 years old also . I made a base for it and put it on casters so i can move it out of my barn easy. Id buy another 👍
 

JessTomac

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Jan 30, 2019
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My two favorite targets are the GlenDel Buck and the Morrell High Roller.

I have had the GlenDel Buck 3D target for about 6 months and it has held up great in the short time. I have been shooting it almost every day (Field Tips & Broadheads). Also has held up great to the Montana wind, early Spring Rains and now the August sun/heat. The 3D targets have made me a better shooter!

I love the Morrell High Roller target (Red Dice). Shoot it every day (Field Tips & Broadheads) and has held up great. Good to take with you camping or hunting.

I also shoot a couple cheaper block type targets (Only Field Tips). Good for fun, but wear out quicker.
 

Maxhunter

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Here's my homemade target butt. It’s made out of old carpet. The dimensions are 40x48. It cost me about $150 in supplies. All the other targets wear out to fast. It stays out all year. The wood is a little beat-up do the last hail storm. Works great!074DF8D1-2175-4535-B2A4-D73C70BA827C.jpeg
 
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BOHNTR

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I use a McKenzie bighorn ram target for my range.....I only shoot broadheads but it still lasts a few years before I replace it.
 

hunttrap

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Check out the blob targets. Run 100 oer so bucks and trump any target out there. Takes a couple thousand shots before they loosen up to where you can easily pull arrows. They weigh a bunch so keep that in mind. Lookem up.
 

archeranthony

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I use a block target. I prefer to shoot at the side with the smallest diameter targets it helps me hold my groups tighter.