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    what's the best broadhead target?

    just wanting to see what everyone thinks , i'm looking to buy a new one. I shoot daily so got to be durable.



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    Check out thes guys... probably the best target for the money!!

    http://www.archerytargets.com/default.aspx

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    In my opinion the best broadhead target is the cheapest one you can find! They all wear out pretty quickly (the ones I have bought anyways). My brothers block didn't last much longer than my cheapo layered target I got on sale at cabelas shot side by side one season all broadheads. Now, I do 95% of my shooting with field points at a bag that seems to never wear out, and the rest I shoot at my old layered target or the cheap expanded foam you can get from Oschelens or tractor supply they get with shipments of trailers. I just shoot enough broadheads to make me confident I am on tune and hitting the same spot as my field points and then I head into the field, I normally switch a couple weeks before season and keep a set with broadheads and a set with fields, shoot them side by side every day make sure they stay where they need to be and then practice the rest with field points.

    I have shot at a 18-1 target once and if I was ever wanting a target to last me a while as a broadhead target that would be the one I would buy, it stood up better than anything else I have seen.

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    18 in 1, the best...

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    I'm really liking my new 18-1. Much better than the yellow jacket
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dick H View Post
    18 in 1, the best...
    If you gona spend the coin let me tell you the Rienhart 18-1 is the BEST I have ever shot and I have shot them ALL!
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    Thumbs up RINEHART all the way!

    I've tried them all and the 18-1 is by far the best!

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    I haven't done it in a long time, but if you have a place to set it up, go buy a pickup load of fine sand and dump it in a tall pile where you shoot. You'll never have to buy a BH target again.

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    Not the best but mine will last forever.

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    18-1.....Rhinehart has a guarantee that states if you can shoot it up in 1 yr. they will replace it free. I doubt they replace very many!!

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    The king targets beat the 18-1 hands down.

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    18 in 1

    Quote Originally Posted by Dick H View Post
    18 in 1, the best...

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    Quote Originally Posted by waiting4fall View Post
    Not the best but mine will last forever.

    that is a great idea, except for having a person living in a single wide trailer 10 yards behind it. LOL
    hope no one ever hits someone while getting busy or cooking breakfast.

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    I don't know if anyone here has ever used The Blob, sold here on AT, but my uncle has had one for a long time, thousands of shots, and it still holds up.
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    A DEER is the best target. I use the Rinoblock, it is made of the same material as the 18-1. The best thing is it has a replacable insert. So when the insert is shot out you can replace it for about $45.00. Also I think the sand would work, but it must really be hard on broadheads.

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