I've had one for about three years and like it.I've replaced the center core one time but I don't shoot the crap out of it.I primarily use a block 4x4 and only shoot a handfull of arrows at the 3-d target each time I shoot.Rienharts are the best in my opinion but they cost alot of money.
I've had mine one archery season and one whole 3-D season (36 weeks). I shoot GT 22's for both seasons, so the vital areas have taken a beating. I'm saving my replacement vitals for the fall hunting season. I have no complaints. Shoots like a mini-Block. Just wish I could find a real deer in Tioga County that is a 150 class like the target
I hear that!! I'm sure it depends on the total # of shots you put in the target and where it is hit. I have seen rineharts shot out in 1 day at an ASA shoot that were set fairly close. If you pound 1 area constantly it won't last long no matter what brand target it is.
as far as holding up from being shot its fine.its just the way its desined.the legs are plastic an the are not held on by a hole lot. the target wants to tip over.now on the other hand i have another model glendel deer target an i like it alot.but the new one i got id rather just get rid of it. anyone looking for a target haha
I had the original Glen Del Buck and the blew through the vital in one season of practice. Received the new Glen Del buck but haven't shot it yet. Seems like the foam insert is a lot softer in the new Glen Del buck target.