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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 03-15-2013, 04:37 PM Thread Starter
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Best archery deer target is?

Which one....What size?

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Re: Best archery deer target is?

In my opinion, rinehart makes the best targets out there. Their deer target is just about as good as it gets. As for a little less expensive, the Mckenzie Challenger deer target is pretty good, but the replaceable section is smaller.

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Re: Best archery deer target is?

I like my Glendale full rut target.

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Re: Best archery deer target is?

Reinhart. Hands down. Nothing else close IMHO.
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Re: Best archery deer target is?

Local gun club uses all Reinhart targets on there 3D course, some of the best targets that i have shot.
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Re: Best archery deer target is?

Privately, I depended on homemade targets, and pretended what the 1" sticker dots were. And some targets are meant to be aimed at in one particular place. Which I avoided buying like a plague. My cheapness won out in the end. Just can't help it.
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