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    broad head target

    Just bought this one today. It is listed online at Dick's for $110 plus tax and shipping. I bought it at the Waterford store for $69. The lady at the store said that Dick's just lowered the price to move them off the floor

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    so, I read all the online reports. they say it is durable, but all claimed that it is difficult to remove the arrows.
    Not claiming to be the hulk or anything, but I had no issue at all removing my arrows. You do need to lay it over and put a knee on it (the target is light), but I pulled the arrow out with no problem. Maybe these people are using field points, which is directly written on the target as something not to do!
    My bow is no slouch either. While it will throw an arrow over 300'/sec, mine in hunting format is chrono'ed around 275'/sec.

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    Good buy. Nice target....
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    The thing with broad head targets is they all make claims as to how
    good they are.I have two that I keep filling with aerosol can foam
    installation because they have the centers shot out.I picked up the
    Rinehart 18-1 cube but have not shot at it a lot.I don't care what
    they say when you shoot a lot of broad heads at a target it's going
    to take a beating.This time of year I shoot mostly broad heads and
    will shoot a few every day after I get back from hunting.I'm still
    amazed that many people just remove the field point and put on a
    broad head.In my opinion you need to prove to yourself that they
    will fly correctly.I have never found one that I didn't need to work
    very hard to get it to be close.Always remember you are putting a
    little set of wings on the front of your arrow.Some will try to steer
    the arrow instead of the fletchings in the rear. JMO

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