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    Ryan at KHAMPA SPORTS shaffett's Avatar
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    Default What's important to you in a 3D target

    Just looking for advice on what some of the members here look for when considering buying a new 3D target. What is key to you?

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    How easy it is to pull arrows thats it as on a animal you dont have rings so just geuss it and see how good you can do makes you a better shot. I cant see any of the rings at my 3d clubs but still get in the 300s.

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    Yeah; eaze of pulling is a major factor.
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    If your like me you'll want to make it big!!!!Then hitting it doesn't seem so hard!!! as the boys said ease of pulling arrows is the most important
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    I like targets that don't move !

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    A big to our new Chiness friend.

    Are you setting up a 3d course or just doing marketing research?

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    an 11 ring the size of a frisbee

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    Thats its made in the USA.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slippy View Post
    Thats its made in the USA.

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    There are a lot of things that go into that decision like ease of pulling arrows, durability, can kill zone be replaced, correct size, kill zone in correct place, and cost just to name a few. But I think ease of pulling your arrow would be first.

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    i would also say that ease of pulling arrows but then again if the manufacture makes the targets that soft then they dont last long
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gator eye View Post
    A big to our new Chiness friend.

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    ive had my rinharts for 9 years now in the range . and havent found a reason to change even to save some money . in the last two weeks ive gotten two of my teams back there driving a extra 20 miles past one range to mine just because the other range changed there targets and the arrows are almost impossible to get out of a target .they went to a repair kit which ends my making it half price to fix a insert .i now have 48 targets in the range .

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    Quote Originally Posted by upnorth View Post
    ive had my rinharts for 9 years now in the range . and havent found a reason to change even to save some money . in the last two weeks ive gotten two of my teams back there driving a extra 20 miles past one range to mine just because the other range changed there targets and the arrows are almost impossible to get out of a target .they went to a repair kit which ends my making it half price to fix a insert .i now have 48 targets in the range .
    My club also reluntantly went to some expensive Rinharts and we like 'em , I think all the new targets are of this brand now !

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    I wish they can figure out a way to keep durabilty and make them cheaper
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    Quote Originally Posted by shark3 View Post
    an 11 ring the size of a frisbee
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    Quote Originally Posted by Carpshooter View Post
    I like targets that don't move !
    We have developed a special manufacturing technique to make sure our 3D targets do not move or run away. We will be applying for a patent soon. However, we cannot guarantee that this anti-moving technology will make them easy for everyone to hit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shaffett View Post
    We have developed a special manufacturing technique to make sure our 3D targets do not move or run away. We will be applying for a patent soon. However, we cannot guarantee that this anti-moving technology will make them easy for everyone to hit.
    How about also making them more desireable for BBQ ing , as taste is very important to those of us who like to eat what we shoot !


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    Quote Originally Posted by shark3 View Post
    an 11 ring the size of a frisbee
    What do you prefer, to buy an target without premarked rings, with premarked rings, or a flexible scenic to help make them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Compound Comedian View Post
    I wish they can figure out a way to keep durabilty and make them cheaper
    workin on it. . .

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