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#3675010 - 05/21/14 03:17 PM R & W 3-D targets
WRbowhunter
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Have any clubs used targets from R&W? Was wondering how difficult they were to pull arrows. Went to a traditional shoot that had a few deer and a turkey and they were not that hard to pull out but wondered about shooting with compounds. I thought the targets looked great and they are not that expensive.Just wanted thoughts before I pulled the trigger and purchased a few for the club.
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#3675055 - 05/21/14 04:52 PM Re: R & W 3-D targets [Re: WRbowhunter]
huntfish
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Montgomery County Bowhunters uses them and they are good targets. They are harder to pull out than Delta Mckenzie but are more durable for sure. I wouldn't hesitate to buy some.
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#3675293 - 05/21/14 10:24 PM Re: R & W 3-D targets [Re: huntfish]
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I shot into some at a tournament a few years ago and I thought they were pretty nice. They aren't anywhere close to the quality of a Rinehart or McKenzie but they're a lot cheaper. I thought about buying some but I read some bad reviews on Archery Talk about them being really, really hard to pull arrows out of. The ones I shot in weren't that bad but apparently some of them are worse than others. I think they'd be fine if you use arrow lube. For the price, you really can't beat them.
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#3675417 - 05/22/14 08:55 AM Re: R & W 3-D targets [Re: Double Drops]
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 Originally Posted By: Double Drops
I shot into some at a tournament a few years ago and I thought they were pretty nice. They aren't anywhere close to the quality of a Rinehart or McKenzie but they're a lot cheaper. I thought about buying some but I read some bad reviews on Archery Talk about them being really, really hard to pull arrows out of. The ones I shot in weren't that bad but apparently some of them are worse than others. I think they'd be fine if you use arrow lube. For the price, you really can't beat them.


X2! They also seem a little more susceptible to UV degradation breakdown!
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#3675740 - 05/22/14 03:26 PM Re: R & W 3-D targets [Re: DixieCrafter]
WRbowhunter
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Thanks for all the input. Think I am going to order 2 and see how they hold up. If they do well can order serveral more next year. If not its not like we have a lot of money in them.
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