What 3-D deer target do you use?

Discussion in 'Bowhunting' started by Hallboy17, Dec 21, 2010.

  1. Hallboy17

    Hallboy17 Well-Known Member

    What 3-D deer target do you use? I want to get a good target, but I don't want to break the bank either.
     
  2. mathewsman07

    mathewsman07 Well-Known Member

    I had a Delta buck but it didn't last very long so I wouldn't recommend it. I'm thinkin about getting a Glendel buck. It just seems like it last longer than the others and the original one don't cost but $160.
     

  3. pruitt76

    pruitt76 Well-Known Member

    I've got a Delta buck as well. It isn't holding up great considering I haven't fired a lot of arrows into it. I'm a big fan of the bag targets, but I do like having a 3D deer to take a few shots at as well.

    Brian
     
  4. Nuge Fan

    Nuge Fan Well-Known Member

    I have a Delta backyard buck that is 2 seasons old. I leave it out in the weather a lot so it's not real pretty and my black lab got ahold of the head so he's headless but still does what I need it to. I think it's been worth the $80
     
  5. Deerguru

    Deerguru Well-Known Member

    I have the delta buck, redhead boar & a couple of bag targets.

    DG
     
  6. Hallboy17

    Hallboy17 Well-Known Member

    Acadamy Sports has the Delta Riverbottom Buck for $89 and the Glendel Buck for $149. They may go on clearance after Christmas if they still have any stock.
     
  7. SR4

    SR4 Super Member<br>'07/'08 Bowhunting Contest Team Wi

    I usually buy the cheapo delta's and just buy a new one each year. They work and last long enough for a season for me. I bought a glendale once and found out real fast it has metal frame inside of it. I ruined a few arrows and that was enough for me. I'll never buy another one. Probably shot it 50 times and returned it.
     
  8. flippinhntr

    flippinhntr Well-Known Member

    STAY AWAY FROM THE GLENDEL BUCK!!!! This is the most worthless piece of crap I have ever bought. The insert in mine started falling apart after around 1,000 shots m/l. The backstrap piece which holds the insert in place cannot take the torque from repeated shooting from a 60 to 70 lb bow. The company did send me a replacement backstrap.....that didn't fit. THEY ARE :censored: JUNK!!!:down:
     
  9. Hallboy17

    Hallboy17 Well-Known Member

    The Delta Riverbottom Buck states that the body is made out of similar material as the insert. For $89 you probably can't beat it.
     
  10. diggercat

    diggercat Well-Known Member

    You get what you pay for.
     
  11. Hallboy17

    Hallboy17 Well-Known Member

    Maybe...maybe not. Some guys on here paid more and got the Glendale Buck target and had bad experiences with it.

    There are good products that don't cost a lot....like my CVA Optima Pro. I can't imagine a better shooting muzzleloader, and they are not too expensive.

    But in general, I'd agree with you get what you pay for.