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Delta Archer's Choice Real World Buck

by Bow Staff 5. October 2010 10:30
Bow Staff

Delta Targets is proud to introduce yet another quality target in there already popular line of 3D archery targets.  Take your practice to a new level of perfection with the Archer’s Choice Real-World Buck. With the exposed whitetail vitals and bone structure on one side of this economical 3D target, you can understand potential success of every single practice shot. When shot, the target rotates from the force of the arrow, creating a new shooting angle every time it comes to rest. The increased practice scenarios allow you the kind of perfect practice that increases your opportunities in the field.

The Archer’s Choice Real-World buck features an economical replacement vital, extending the life of this innovative practice target.

 

The Archer's Choice Real World buck provides exact anatomical shot placement when practicing allowing you to better understand shot placement.

 

The lower portion of the stand can be hammered or driven into the ground and rotates from the force of the arrow with each shot.  This provides multiple shot angles and situations without having to manually move the target from one place to another.

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