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I need a good broadhead target that will hopefully last and not tear to shreads after just pulling out a few arrows. Not looking to break the bank either, but I'm open to suggestions.

It would also be nice to know that the target is sold at Cabelas as well. I received a friends and family discount card for Cabelas. So it would be nice to take advantage of their employee discount price coming up. Thanks for any suggestions......
 

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The most durable target I have found (portable and not a bank breaker) is the Rinehart Brute. It has taken some serious abuse and is still working great. I think cabelas carries them.
 

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X2 for broadheads. Still going with a Spyderweb for field points though.
 

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I see the Rinehart Rhino Block target and 18-1 targets at Cabelas, but I don't see the Brute. Would the Rhino Block be very similar to the Brute?
 

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out west said:
I see the Rinehart Rhino Block target and 18-1 targets at Cabelas, but I don't see the Brute. Would the Rhino Block be very similar to the Brute?
awsome targets ...........same material....different shapes.....best targets i have ever owned for broadheads.
 

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[quote="out west":3n4py8lj]I see the Rinehart Rhino Block target and 18-1 targets at Cabelas, but I don't see the Brute. Would the Rhino Block be very similar to the Brute?
awsome targets ...........same material....different shapes.....best targets i have ever owned for broadheads.[/quote:3n4py8lj]
X2 on the 18 in 1....I will send you pictures for mine if you would like. I have shot the crap out of mine for the last 2 or 3 years with bh's and fp's....still in great shape! I think the block is nice due to the replaceable insert! Get a rhinehart!!!
 

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i need one too and had a similiar thread a while ago and got the same results. i'm getting a rhinehart, seems to be the way to go. looking forward to torchering it.
 

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mizzo 29 said:
i need one too and had a similiar thread a while ago and got the same results. i'm getting a rhinehart, seems to be the way to go. looking forward to torchering it.


you wont be sorry.... :cool:
 

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You're going to be OK there. :?
 

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I picked up a rinehart 18-1, seems to be a good target from all other reviews. I've yet to shoot it as my Vengeance is not with me, getting a tune and new strings. The price is a little higher than im used to paying for a target but I had a $20 off at my sportsmans warehouse so I got it at a really good price.
 

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I looked at the 18-1's before, but they just seemed small to me. I guess I'm used to shooting at the larger square targets. I know somebody mentioned above, but just wanted to confirm. Are the Rinehart 18-1, Block, and Brute all the same exact material and construction, just different shapes/sizes?

Are broadheads easy to pull out?
 

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out west said:
I looked at the 18-1's before, but they just seemed small to me. I guess I'm used to shooting at the larger square targets. I know somebody mentioned above, but just wanted to confirm. Are the Rinehart 18-1, Block, and Brute all the same exact material and construction, just different shapes/sizes?
THE BLOCK is made by a different company and not as durable as the Rineharts.j If you mean the Rhinoblock.....then yes...they are the same material just a different shape.
 

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out west said:
I looked at the 18-1's before, but they just seemed small to me. I guess I'm used to shooting at the larger square targets. I know somebody mentioned above, but just wanted to confirm. Are the Rinehart 18-1, Block, and Brute all the same exact material and construction, just different shapes/sizes?
THE BLOCK is made by a different company and not as durable as the Rineharts.j If you mean the Rhinoblock.....then yes...they are the same material just a different shape.

i think its the 18-1 rhinoblock .......18 spots to shoot .....if i remember right.
 

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bowtune&hunt said:
[quote="mizzo 29":gc3h7k8v]i need one too and had a similiar thread a while ago and got the same results. i'm getting a rhinehart, seems to be the way to go. looking forward to torchering it.


you wont be sorry.... :cool:[/quote:gc3h7k8v]
What he said...... I have the 18-1 and rhinoblock and love em. What is going on here.......we all agree on something. L- train where are you????
 

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this is getting scary :!:
 

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Been shooting an 18-1 for 2 yrs...works great... :smile: Just bought a spiderweb...works great... :smile: fusion...not so great...
 

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The agree part.............It's hard to argue with the best. Rhinoblock seems to hold up the best for broadheads and Spyderweb is the best for field points!
 
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