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3D Target #8391119 09/20/21 03:07 AM
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Need a new 3D target for the kids and I. I've shot a buddies Glendale buck and liked how well it held up but thought i would see if anyone had any other suggestions.

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I shoot delta/mckenzie primarily since that is what is on most ASA tournaments. I shoot Reinhardt (sp?) at the range. I like how the arrow pulls on those. I've never shot a Glendale. They all will work. It's more a question of how long they will last out in the elements.


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I like the Rinehart targets, they hold up well and the ones I have shot the legs are also target material, so might be good point for kids.

Delta/Mckenzie anf Glendale are also good but most have hard plastic legs.


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