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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 09-30-2014, 11:33 PM Thread Starter
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target needed for broad heads

any one recommend a decent target for broad heads for my Recruit cross bow 130 lbs .
I shot a few field tips with a archery bag had no problems but with broad heads I set up about 18" of Styrofoam taped together and in front of a Block target shot the cross bow with 100 gr. thunder head the arrow went threw the foam and half way into the block target arrow vanes almost threw the foam.I tried it at 15 all the way to 33 yards wit the same result.The best was at 45 yards still went into the second target the block but not a deep .
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Re: target needed for broad heads

Rinehart. They make a few different styles, but either the Rhinoblock or the 18 in 1 would be my choices.

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Rinehart 18-1 and be done
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post #4 of 12 (permalink) Old 10-01-2014, 12:04 AM
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Another vote for the Rinehart...which I will be buying when my block, that I threw 2 ratchet straps around to add extra compression to stop xbow bolts wears out.

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Re: target needed for broad heads

this is going to sound like i'm being a real donkey but forget what everyone else has said and buy yourself a blob. best target for broad heads in existence.

www.blobtargets.net

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Thus far, the Block Black series target has stopped the arrows from the wife's Barnett Lady Raptor without any issues, including broadheads.

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Rinehart.

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Rinehart!!!!
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Re: target needed for broad heads

My dad and I use the Rinehard Rhinoblcok with the replaceable broadhead insert.

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