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Rinehart 18-1 Shooting Target

Item # 412772
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Key Features

  • 18 sides

  • Rinehart's legendary "self-healing" foam

  • Perfect for practicing anywhere


Our Price   $119.99

Availability: Sold Out

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Product Description
18 sides means 18 targets made from Rinehart's legendary "self-healing" foam. Perfect for practice in the backyard, a club, or even out in the field, the 18-1 will take arrow after arrow. Rinehart knows its targets are some of the most durable in the world. So much so that they offer a replacement target if you shoot out all 18 targets in one year.

Additional $5.00 shipping charge.

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Specifications
Type Archery Target
Size 15"L x 15"H
Quantity 1
Material Self-Healing Foam

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Rinehart 18-1 Shooting Target
 
4.8

(based on 36 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (28)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (7)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (1)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (0)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (0)

97%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Stops arrows (26)
  • Durable (24)
  • Easy to transport (23)
  • Highly visible (20)
  • Well built / quality (7)

Cons

  • Hard to remove arrows (6)

Best Uses

  • Everyday practice (25)
  • Training aid (10)
  • Demonstration (7)
  • Practice (6)
  • Competition (5)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Casual/ recreational (19), Competitive archer (7), Expert archer (4)
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No (23)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Amazing

I just purchased this target today and it already satisfies. The self-healing foam really works. When I went to pull an arrow out, you could visually see the hole closing up and all...Read complete review

I just purchased this target today and it already satisfies. The self-healing foam really works. When I went to pull an arrow out, you could visually see the hole closing up and all that was left was the tiniest indentation and just a little discoloration. I was going to try to shoot it out in a year, but I can already see that that's out of the question. Arrow removal is really astounding. I went and shot in a 3D shoot up north of where I live with a friend. He had to pull out all the arrows because I usually use bag targets and am not used to really pulling to get the arrow out. Well those targets obviously weren't Rineharts.

This target really does stop arrows in their tracks, and I shoot a high speed bow that puts out over 300fps. Hoyt Powerhawk, 60lbs. Pulling out is realatively easy, especially if you've shot the same area multiple times.

I don't really have any cons to the item. It out-preforms any targets I've ever used or seen.

I would (and am) recommend(ing) this to friends. It's a lot cheaper and less time consuming to get one of these than a lot of other targets like bag, or open-layered foam.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Stops fast arrows but hates releasing th

After reading reviews of various targets to use with my crossbow, the biggest problem seemed to be stopping arrows/bolts from fast crossbows (like my Barnett Predator @375 ft/sec) before they penetrated...Read complete review

After reading reviews of various targets to use with my crossbow, the biggest problem seemed to be stopping arrows/bolts from fast crossbows (like my Barnett Predator @375 ft/sec) before they penetrated far enough to damage the vanes. I went with the Rinehart 18-1 specifically because several reviewers said it excelled at this task.

Unfortunately, while it DID stop my bolts with about 9" penetration, it also held onto them like they were welded in place. I had to send away for a special clamp-type remover and lever them out of the target. I applied an arrow lube to them before my next attempt and THEN they came out very easily (though they also penetrated farther - to within 1-2" of the vanes).

The 18 shooting faces of the target make each individual shooting face rather small, so you can't shoot many arrows before the face is full and you need to retrieve arrows. For the same overall size, I'd rather have the standard six sides with multiple aiming points.

To be fair, arrows from my son's bow and my vertical bow (both much slower than my crossbow) pulled out easily even without lube.

Bottom line - it works, but don't even think about using the fastest bows or crossbows with it unless you use arrow lube.

Reviewed by 36 customers

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5.0

Great target

By deer ninja

from Alabama

About Me Competitive Archer

Verified Reviewer

Pros

  • Durable
  • Easy To Transport
  • Highly Visible
  • Stops Arrows

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Everyday Practice

    Comments about Rinehart 18-1 Shooting Target:

    Best target I have used during the many years of shooting a bow. Target stops arrows easily from 60# bow shooting around 260fps. Target is stable also, target stays put when shot. My concern when I bought the target was ease of arrow removal. I had no issues, arrows came out with minimal effort. Target is still fairly new but durability seems great, I doubt if someone could shoot this out in a year.

    • Was this a gift?:
    • No
     
    5.0

    Man I love this thing

    By zippy

    from Cedar Rapids

    About Me Competitive Archer

    Verified Reviewer

    Pros

    • Durable
    • Easy To Transport
    • Highly Visible
    • Stops Arrows

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Competition
      • Demonstration
      • Everyday Practice
      • Training Aid

      Comments about Rinehart 18-1 Shooting Target:

      I cant get enough of this thing. I throw it out in the yard and shoot away. Set it on a stump and it stays put when hit. Arrows can be hard to release on a brand new cube but in time they will get easier. Hint, The longer you let the arrow stay in the easier it is to pull out because the foam will eventually relax.

      • Was this a gift?:
      • No
       
      5.0

      Rinehart 18-1 Shooting Target

      By The Green Arrow

      from Florida Palm Beach

      About Me Expert Archer

      Pros

      • Best Target Made
      • Durable
      • Easy To Transport
      • Enough Said
      • Highly Visible
      • Stops Arrows

      Cons

      • Easy With A Puller
      • Hard To Remove Arrows
      • Without A Arrow Puller
      • You Need A Arrow Puller

      Best Uses

      • Competition
      • Demonstration
      • Everyday Practice
      • Training Aid

      Comments about Rinehart 18-1 Shooting Target:

      First the Target is Aabsolutely Money!!Best Target ever!It can stop High speed Arrows from 10 feet to 75 yards! these are Not Lite Bows either I mean Like Real Heavy Hitters Like Hoyts 33 Carbon Turbo Sypder 80 lbs bow shooting FMJ's 309 IBO speeds to Hoyt 30 Faktor 90 lbs highest pound bow that took down a African cape bufflo with one shot to the Pse Full Thottle shooting arrows at 355 feet per second & it does not flip over at all when you hit it!You can shoot field tips to broadheads .note broheads take time to get out depending on models & it has a great is guaranteed for a 1 year even if you shoot it up ,I doubt that will happen!!!I use a cartel genade shape arrow puller it makes it easy to piull out & works the best to pull arrows out from carbon or aluminum arrows to high breeds carbom & aluminum mixed arrows!Target is So good even Cam hanyes shoots it in his house for practice for store arrow ribbon breaking ceremony Dont beleive me you can watch on you tube!I strongly recommend Not Doing This!This Target in Black & florescent green can be seen good in day or low light at night. I love this target it is great I only wish they made a 3 by 3 foot square version & 7 inches thick with to handles would be great for beginers or when I have guest or family or teaching.I do not work for Gander Moutain or any companys mention above !Gander Has the best price on it plus they have it in stock & at stores with no hidden extra charges or cost. You can sit on it when tired or use it as a work out tool while carrying to area. I have got cheap targets as gifts that dont last or parts that have to be replaced so much ends up in one year they could have bought me two 18-1 for money spent replacing other targets! worth the money. I shoot mine everyday! Enough said worth it!Buy once not twice!I swear by it!!

      • Was this a gift?:
      • Yes
       
      5.0

      awesome target best i ever had

      By pa. jim

      from donora pa. 15033

      About Me Expert Archer

      Pros

      • Can Stop Any Arrow
      • Durable
      • Easy To Transport
      • Highly Visible
      • Stops Arrows

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Everyday Practice

        Comments about Rinehart 18-1 Shooting Target:

        i shoot almost every day year long. and the most i can get out of a target is one year. and i shot many including the top model block. im shooting this indoors now, but im sure this is going to be the one to last. if you guys like to shoot as i do, its a must have. and i have been shooting for 41 years.

        • Was this a gift?:
        • No
         
        5.0

        Best target I have ever shot at

        By smokinclt

        from Charlotte, NC

        About Me Recreational Archer

        Verified Reviewer

        Pros

        • Durable
        • Easy To Transport
        • Highly Visible
        • Stops Arrows

        Cons

          Best Uses

            Comments about Rinehart 18-1 Shooting Target:

            I shoot daily with my Hoyt Charger 70# using Easton FMJ with Grim Reaper 100 gr. expandables and field points. This thing just wont give in. It is super tough and I don't imagine I will be able to shoot it out in a year or even 2. Well worth the extra money. In the beginning it was a bit tough to pull arrows but after a few volleys its easy. It just needs a little breaking in. The only damage I see at all on this thing is little dots where arrows have hit.

            • Was this a gift?:
            • Yes

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