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Now that I'm shooting a recurve, I have to re-learn how to do most everything while shooting. At present, my consistency is all over. One day my groups are in a pie plate, the next day arrows are flying over and under the bag target at 10-15 yards. ;)
So, I'm in the market for a 3D target. With a compound, I'd just get a Glendel Buck, since I wouldn't miss the vitals, and how tough pulling arrows out of the body is wouldn't be an issue. But, with my recurve, I know I'm going to stick arrows into the harder, non-vitals area's, until I get consistent.
What's my best bet for a 3D target that will be easy to pull arrows out of the body?
Is Glendel still OK? McKenzie? Delta?
 

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I agree with that, I've had a Rinehart for going on 4 years now and it is still in very good shape. The target costs a bit more up front but is well worth the worth the extra cash. Definatley go Rinehart.
 
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