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best price on 3D deer target

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Could anyone please share their choice of manufacturer and/or source for a 3D deer target?  Preferably one that is tough enough to endure broadheads and carbon arrows.  If it were life-like enough to be a decoy too, that would be a big bonus! TIA  -iNetJunkie

Response:

My personal opinion is that McKenzieare the best 3D targets on the market. I can’t quote a price but my archery club uses McKenzie exclusively and have had much succes with them, although we don’t shoot broadheads into them, but I know you can. As far as carbon arrows, no problem there. Lastly they are pretty lifelike but a little heavy to be using as a decoy. Just my $0.02!

– Hide quoted text — Show quoted text -> Could anyone please share their choice of manufacturer and/or > source for a 3D deer target?  Preferably one that is tough enough > to endure broadheads and carbon arrows.  If it were life-like enough > to be a decoy too, that would be a big bonus! TIA  -iNetJunkie

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Any 3D that you shoot bheads into won’t last long. McKenzie will probably last the longest under those conditions but as stated are pretty heavy to be used as a decoy. IMHO I would get a foam block to practice with the broad heads and then use my 3D for field points only. Jane

– Hide quoted text — Show quoted text -> My personal opinion is that McKenzieare the best 3D targets on the market. I > can’t quote a price but my archery club uses McKenzie exclusively and have > had much succes with them, although we don’t shoot broadheads into them, but > I know you can. As far as carbon arrows, no problem there. Lastly they are > pretty lifelike but a little heavy to be using as a decoy. > Just my $0.02! > Could anyone please share their choice of manufacturer and/or > source for a 3D deer target?  Preferably one that is tough enough > to endure broadheads and carbon arrows.  If it were life-like enough > to be a decoy too, that would be a big bonus! TIA  -iNetJunkie

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Thanks all. I picked up a McKenzie TuffBuck at Gander Mountain (Minnetonka, MN) for $70.  Should work great. It doubled as a great gag for April Fools Day too!  Stood it up in my sister’s room… when she got home and flipped on the light she got quite a startle! LOL  -iNetJunkie – Hide quoted text — Show quoted text – > Any 3D that you shoot bheads into won’t last long. McKenzie will probably > last the longest under those conditions but as stated are pretty heavy to be > used as a decoy. IMHO I would get a foam block to practice with the broad > heads and then use my 3D for field points only. > Jane >My personal opinion is that McKenzieare the best 3D targets on the market. > I >can’t quote a price but my archery club uses McKenzie exclusively and have >had much succes with them, although we don’t shoot broadheads into them, > but >I know you can. As far as carbon arrows, no problem there. Lastly they are >pretty lifelike but a little heavy to be using as a decoy. >Just my $0.02! >>Could anyone please share their choice of manufacturer and/or >>source for a 3D deer target?  Preferably one that is tough enough >>to endure broadheads and carbon arrows.  If it were life-like enough >>to be a decoy too, that would be a big bonus! TIA  -iNetJunkie

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