Cheaply manufactured. They aren't as good looking as most others. The basic Shooter Buck is rather thin and probably wears out quickly. I haven't shot one but I've set up a few on display at my old job. Just remember you get what you pay for.
Gotcha, just hadn't ever heard or seen of them before. I was about to buy some new Rinehart's but from what I've been seeing recently they're not worth the price tag. Just exploring other options now. Thanks for the info.
I have the shooter buck, I got it on sale for $50 or some really low price. It isn't that great and from the first day I got it My arrows would stick out the back. I shot it until the fletching were almost making contact and then I filled in all the holes with expanding foam and wrapped in saran wrap. to let the holes fill in. I would think for a little more you can get a much better target.
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