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Old 08-18-2004, 11:55 AM
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Rineheart has a line of 3-D targets and wanted to get some opinions on them they are EXPENSIVE and wanted to know if they are worth the money?
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Old 08-18-2004, 12:58 PM
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Rineharts are the best. They look great, take a beating and they are very easyto remove arrows from. Having said that, broadheads will destroy them rather quickly.
The initial cost is a little higher than comparable McKenzies or Deltas. What makes the Rineharts better is the fact that replacement cores are a lot cheaper than the McKenzie replacement sections.
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Old 08-19-2004, 07:04 AM
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We currently have over 40 Rinehart Targets, and we have been very satisfied with them. Some of the qualities that made them so attractive to us were, the price of replacing the replaceable core verses the cost of replacing the whole midsection, the easy pulling foam, they seem to stand up to the elements of the weather well without the color fading or the foam drying out, the wide selection of different species available, and they were good looking targets. We had one coyote target that was shot up far to soon and it turned out that the core had a air bubble in the core foam so Rinehart replaced it for free. Rinehart targets take an aweful lot of arrows to wear them out,So I have to say we have been happy with the targets and with their customer servive.
Now next year McKenzie targets will be providing the ASA with 3D targets for all the ASA PRO/AM's and the Classic Championship, they are producing McKenzie 3D Targets in the softer foam with a replaceable core with the ASA 12 ring, this will do away with the need to replace the entire midsection. They will be doing this with the Leopard, Warthog, Wolf, Antelope, walking Black Bear, Black Boar, Couple od Deer, bedded deer,. Now this new target from Mckenzie will I think be much more attractive to the cunsumer if they can keep the price down on the replaceable core. I dont know if they will be offering this new target to the general public for purchase or if they are producing them for the ASA only, but it may be a new target to look at the ATA show, they were saying they should be ready by June of next year.
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Old 08-20-2004, 05:51 AM
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thanks for the input I believe I will purchase the rinehart target. once again thanks for your insite you have been very helpful
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