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- Metal inside Review by Dan
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I can't believe I am saying this about a Rinehart target;
Brand new target at our club (less than 25 shots) and several arrows have been destroyed. Upon review, we removed the insert and discovered metal on the right side of the target near the head and just outside of the vitals. This is total crap! I can see if someone shoots the leg where the metal insert for the stakes are hit but not near the vitals. Be very careful and hope that folks don't complain about your 3D shoots when they shoot this guy. We have it at 45 yards so we have decided to move it closer so more arrows don't get blown up. Also, make sure you remove the screws from the target after the glue is cured.
(Posted on 4/12/16)
- pretty cool, but not as advertised Review by AJ Rush
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To be clear, Rinehart's site correctly describes this thing as coming in several pieces and requiring construction with epoxy. Unfortunately, I didn't check their site, just Lancaster's, so I had a nasty surprise.
It comes in 4 pieces, which you're expected to epoxy together. The middle two pieces go together well but the head and tail do not. The fit is not very exact. I spoke the owner of Rinehart (admittedly a pretty responsive company) and this is apparently a problem with the foam. I used the little screws that came with the target to hold the seams together while the epoxy cured. It left a gap I could stick my fingers into.
So, I got some 12" wood screws and some big washers and redid the epoxy. Came out much better. I'd have liked to see some epoxy that wasn't quite so runny.
On the plus side, it's a really nice-looking target and the self-healing foam seems okay after the first few shots.
(Posted on 10/17/13)