Cabela's Standard Whitetail 3-D Target

Priced: $99.99 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Cabela's Standard Whitetail 3-D Target -
Crafted with head-turning, realistic detail, this is one of the finest 3-D targets you’ll find at this price. Made of dense, flexible, self-closing foam, it's geared toward the serious backyard shooter looking for realistic practice at an economical price. It is able to soak up hit after hit from virtually any bow and arrow combination; it will even stop small-diameter, fast-flying carbon arrows. This target has removable antlers and replaceable IBO-marked scoring vital sections. Legs assemble and disassemble with simple twist-lock mechanism. Target boasts a full-body pose with amazingly lifelike features.
Body length: 43".
Total height: 48-1/2".
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Cabela's Standard Whitetail 3-D Target Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Good Target

I purchased the target for my son to practice with and it has worked great he has shot several hundred arrows into it. It has worked great and at a decent price.
nevadabirdman at Cabelas on 09/04/2013

Great for price

Got this target a month ago and I love it. Can't beat it for the price.
Kchrstn at Cabelas on 10/02/2012


Great for the back yard.
RING at Cabelas on 12/05/2012

Neutral Reviews:

An ok target

This target is fine if you hit the insert every time. If you miss to the front you will damage broad heads. The hard plastic that holds on the neck and legs goes back and up from neck and legs.. About 3 inches. Hit that and pulling your arrow is impossible without causing damage... Now like I said if you hit the insert or toward the back.. The arrows pull fine..
WxGuy at Cabelas on 12/28/2012