Sitka Mountain Gear
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Contributors to this thread:
PushCoArcher 13-Feb-20
Highlife 13-Feb-20
Boatman71 13-Feb-20
midwest 13-Feb-20
LINK 13-Feb-20
BigSkyHntr 13-Feb-20
12yards 13-Feb-20
longspeak74 13-Feb-20
huntabsarokee 13-Feb-20
Kurt 13-Feb-20
Kurt 13-Feb-20
McCree 13-Feb-20
McCree 13-Feb-20
Quinn @work 13-Feb-20
JohnMC 13-Feb-20
Shawn 13-Feb-20
Shawn 13-Feb-20
Teeton 13-Feb-20
APauls 13-Feb-20
Scoot 13-Feb-20
ScumFrog 13-Feb-20
APauls 13-Feb-20
Bloodtrail 13-Feb-20
Cheesehead Mike 13-Feb-20
Bowboy 13-Feb-20
WV Mountaineer 13-Feb-20
PECO 13-Feb-20
WV Mountaineer 13-Feb-20
WYOBIRDDOG 13-Feb-20
BULELK1 14-Feb-20
huntabsarokee 14-Feb-20
midwest 14-Feb-20
Hank_S 14-Feb-20
Brian 14-Feb-20
PushCoArcher 14-Feb-20
Bowfreak 14-Feb-20
AZ8 14-Feb-20
midwest 14-Feb-20
WV Mountaineer 14-Feb-20
AZ8 14-Feb-20
SBH 14-Feb-20
Whocares 14-Feb-20
Z Barebow 15-Feb-20
Aces11 15-Feb-20
Ermine 15-Feb-20
Tonybear61 15-Feb-20
wytex 16-Feb-20
Tradmike 16-Feb-20
Shawn 17-Feb-20
From: PushCoArcher
13-Feb-20
Looking for a target that I can take with me on long distance hunts that won't take up to much room in the truck bed. Been using the insert for my glendel buck and it's just not made for that. I'd like it to be compact, has to take broadheads, and don't want to spend much more then a $100 any suggestions? I was at Academy a few days ago and liked the looks of the Morrell Dual threat and the Block 6x6. The Morrell was more the size I was looking for but the Block was only $20 more and looked like it would last twice as long. Anyone have experience with these 2 targets?

From: Highlife
13-Feb-20
I have a cage full of rinehart inserts. They work great. Pm me.

From: Boatman71
13-Feb-20
Rinehart makes a little pyramid target, I have one. Small, lightweight and durable. Will take broad heads as well as anything will. I think they are around $80.

From: midwest
13-Feb-20
Rinehart 18-1 is perfect

From: LINK
13-Feb-20
I was looking at my 2 year olds wallmart foam basketball that he got for Christmas. I don’t know if it would stop an arrow but for a couple dollars I’m going to have to try.

From: BigSkyHntr
13-Feb-20
Have the same one as midwest. Great target

From: 12yards
13-Feb-20
Avoid the cheap layer targets. I bought a Cabelas one and even with my weak bows I was blowing through in no time at all. If you can afford the 18-1 that would be perfect.

From: longspeak74
13-Feb-20
I just picked up a Rinehart on Camofire for $76 total with shipping. 14"x14"

13-Feb-20
I have the rinehart ball which is about the size of a basketball. Just hung it from a tree. Almost too small but is fine for shooting a few arrows at 20 yards if you just want to check your set up.

From: Kurt
13-Feb-20
I like my Rhinehart 18-1 the best. Their ball works for a single shot but moves around with impact and is a bit small. I used 2” thick ethafoam targets years ago but blow thru them with carbons these days.

From: Kurt
13-Feb-20

From: McCree
13-Feb-20
http://www.google.com/shopping/product/7772155681473921596?lsf=seller:1221574,store:15371203570876080565,lsfqd:0&prds=oid:2007941509058457274&q=shooting+target&hl=en&ei=k3NFXozsKrGHggfU85qgBA&lsft=gclid:EAIaIQobChMIjJPI9vPO5wIViZyzCh3qEw_7EAQYAyABEgLqtfD_BwE,gclsrc:aw.ds#spf=1581609926593

From: McCree
13-Feb-20
Not sure if that link worked. Google round Rinehart target. They make one about the size of a basketball. They're $30 at Cabela's.

From: Quinn @work
13-Feb-20
Another vote for Rinehart 18-1.

From: JohnMC
13-Feb-20
I'd contact Highligh. The rinehart 3-D inserts are a good target if you can get your hands on them. I have a elk one in the back of truck now.

From: Shawn
13-Feb-20
Rhinehardt 18-1 best deal out there. I take mine with me all over and only shoot broadheads at it. It has lasted 3 years and I will get another out of it. 100 bucks or so. It's about 1.5 times the size of a basketball but heavy and dense. Shawn

From: Shawn
13-Feb-20
Rhinehardt 18-1 best deal out there. I take mine with me all over and only shoot broadheads at it. It has lasted 3 years and I will get another out of it. 100 bucks or so. It's about 1.5 times the size of a basketball but heavy and dense. Shawn

From: Teeton
13-Feb-20
I took a old bag target and make it into a 12X12 target. Being soft it fits just about anyplace. Use it only as a mobile tags, had it for years now. Ed

From: APauls
13-Feb-20
Buy a single piece of SM insulation. Cut squares the size you want and silicone the pieces together or even just run duct tape around the works. Easy, cheap and dependable.

From: Scoot
13-Feb-20
APauls, I think that leaves a residue on your arrow, doesn't it?

From: ScumFrog
13-Feb-20
Rinehart Pyramid or the 18 in 1 target

From: APauls
13-Feb-20
Scoot, depends on your arrow. If you have aluminums, or FMJ's it's no problem for sure. That's all I shoot so not sure past that.

From: Bloodtrail
13-Feb-20
Don’t even mess around. Buy the 18-1 and be done. A quick google search and you can find them for just over $100. And if you blow it up within a year, it’s warranteed.

13-Feb-20
I'm with APauls, you could buy one sheet of 2" thick Owens Corning pink foamular insulation for less than $25, cut it into squares or rectangles and just stick pieces in your truck wherever they fit, or pack it around your cooler to help with insulating it. When you want to shoot at it, stack up the pieces, wrap a ratchet strap around it and crank it down. I shoot FMJ's into styrofoam and residue isn't an issue. I have shot carbons into it and it does leave some residue but it scrapes off easily and isn't a big deal.

From: Bowboy
13-Feb-20
Rhinehart

13-Feb-20
Rineheart 18:1. It'll last for years and years. I've had one for 3 years now shooting broad heads and field points into it. It heals right up. I paid $100 for mine and couldn't justify buying anything else. Its far exceeded any block target I have ever had and I'm betting I'll be shooting it another 5 years minimum.

From: PECO
13-Feb-20
Does Camofire ever have those Rineheart 18:1 targets?

13-Feb-20
I've seen some a while back if I'm thinking correctly.

From: WYOBIRDDOG
13-Feb-20
I picked my 18:1 up from Camofire a few years back. The ball works great too. If one is going to take a shot at an animal at 50 yards you should be able to hit the ball without issues!

From: BULELK1
14-Feb-20

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I've enjoyed this one, I just added a 'head' to it that clips off for transit travel.

It takes broadheads just fine

Good luck, Robb

14-Feb-20
Lots of these on camofire this morning

From: midwest
14-Feb-20
Rinehart 18-1 blems on Camofire for $88. All the others on sale, too.

Lots of great deals on broadheads, as well!

From: Hank_S
14-Feb-20
I recommend the Rineheart 18:1...I have the Rineheart ball which is okay for a single shot, but the Rineheart 18:1 is great for multiple shots and will last you multiple seasons.

From: Brian
14-Feb-20
Same as Mike and APauls.

2" Pink foam panel (4x8) Cut into 18" Squares and Gorilla Tape them together. That cube has lots of miles on it and still stops arrows dead. FMJ's.

From: PushCoArcher
14-Feb-20
Snagged a 18-1 from campfire this morning. I checked out the ball and pyramid both are smaller then I was looking for. Appreciate all the advice and input thanks guys!

From: Bowfreak
14-Feb-20
I use a cheap morrell target that has 2 fp sides and 2 bh sides. I only shoot fp in camp so anything works really.

From: AZ8
14-Feb-20
I shoot FMJs and enjoy how easy they are to remove from my layered targets. How hard is it to pull arrows w/ broadheads out of the 18-1 Rinehart?

From: midwest
14-Feb-20
AZ8, they pull pretty easy.

14-Feb-20
Easier then any other target I’ve ever owned.

From: AZ8
14-Feb-20
Good to hear. Thanks! Just ordered one on camofire.

From: SBH
14-Feb-20
Those of you shooting the insulation boards....any issues with broad heads?

From: Whocares
14-Feb-20
Dodge Ram be good for that. (took this long?)

From: Z Barebow
15-Feb-20
SBH. Broad heads is what I use mine for. I have a bigger version as my home broadhead Target.

From: Aces11
15-Feb-20

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I made a bigger target out of insulation board. Works great for broadheads and field points. I mostly shoot field tips into a bag target, but this one holds fine. I like it way better than the block target I wore out.

From: Ermine
15-Feb-20
Anyone have a target the actually lasts? I like the rinehart. Good foam but they wear out pretty quick for me

From: Tonybear61
15-Feb-20
Milk jug full of sealing foam. The kind you put along your windows, draft areas, etc.

Don't them all at one time as it takes longer to cure. Once cured you can spray paint different colors on them for various ranges, etc. They last for years..

From: wytex
16-Feb-20
We've used a Delta Arrow Stop for years, only on our second one. Great for shooting the broadheads in camp . https://dmtargets.com/product/arrowstop-foam-archery-target/

From: Tradmike
16-Feb-20
X2 on the Rinehart 18/1.

From: Shawn
17-Feb-20
Ermine, I have the 18-1 and have had it for 3 years. I shoot only broadheads at it and maybe only a couple hundred shots a year but it is holding up well! Shawn

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