Let Rinehart Targets, makers of innovative and lifelike 3D archery targets, help you “strut your stuff” this spring, and tow home those record Toms with its Rinehart Strutting 3D Target. With shooting practice on this realistic-looking gobbler target under your belt, Toms strutting into range don’t stand a chance.

Simulating a 25-pound gobbler in full strut, this lifelike target mimics the size, shape, body position, color and feather pattern of the real thing.  It’s so realistic, you almost expect it to warble or strut away.  The Rinehart Strutting Turkey measures 25″ tall and 24″ in length and presents a full-bodied target that hunters can shoot at any angle.  Practicing with this target is not only fun, it will help you gain the confidence you need to hit the mark when a real, personal-best Tom is within range.

Like all Rinehart targets, the Rinehart Strutting Turkey is constructed from the company’s signature, solid Rinehart “self-healing” foam.  This rugged target can absorb shot after shot with field points, broadheads or expandable-tip arrows, without tearing or losing its realistic shape.  This award-winning, advanced foam material also makes arrow removal incredibly easy, so you can practice shot after shot without tiring.

The Rinehart Strutting Turkey is also weather proof and resistant to sun, heat and cold – so you can use it all year long to practice on the range, in your backyard or out in the field.  This lifelike target is also lightweight, easy to transport and easy to set up, so you can practice your accuracy and turkey hunting skills anywhere, anytime.

To learn more about the Rinehart Strutting Turkey – or to get more information on the company’s extensive product line-up of premium 3D targets for hunters and competitive archers – contact Rinehart at 1809 Beloit Avenue, Janesville, WI 53546 · Telephone: (608) 757-8153 · Or visitwww.rineharttargets.com.

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