I just purchased another 18-1 to replace my old one that I’ve had for many years.
I couldn’t even imagine how many times I’ve shot that target with both field points and broadheads.
They aren’t real big for long distance shooting but for the average guy practicing before the season to hunt it’s all you will need.
No target can hold up to repeated broadhead shooting without damaging it but this one lasted a very long time.
Go get 3 sheets of white foam insulation cut them into 2’x2’ squares stack them on top of each other . Get 4 pcs of threaded rod and 2 8 foot 2x4’s cut 4 pcs about 2’ 4” long drill a hole in each end for the rod and make your own cheap Broadhead target that will last as long as any of those targets. I don’t think I’ve got $50 in the one I built and shoot bh’s in it all the time, easy to pull the arrow out too...Works great.
Anything by Rinehart is great for both. I am currently using the Rhinoblock and the Woodland block by Rinehart. The Rhinoblock has lasted me 3 yrs of shooting nothing but broadheads into it before not even a replacement core will help. But the foam that's left still stops any arrow I shoot at it. Got the Woodland block this past fall....it's a little tough to pull arrows out of but the thing is tough and holds up to abuse.
Broadheads will tear anything up, 18-1 gives you a lot of faces to tear up though. My blob has outlasted 18-1s for broadheads, but it’s a pain to pull target points out of. So for practice i shoot a bag target and just use the blob for broadheads.
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