Trap-Shot BB Gun and Pellet Gun Target

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Trap-Shot BB Gun and Pellet Gun Target

Trap-Shot BB Gun and Pellet Gun Target

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Heavy steel construction and metal target paddles.

End paddles flip up and away when hit; Shooting the middle target resets everything and prepares the Trap-Shot for your next series of shots.

Portable and easy to ese.

Built tough to withstand the power and speed of .177 caliber and .22 caliber airgun pellets and BBs.

Captures pellets for easy disposal of used air gun ammunition.

Brush up on your airgun skills with the Umarex Trap Shot airgun target. Specifically built for .177 and .22 caliber airguns, this compact target features heavy steel construction and metal target paddles. The end paddles flip up and away when hit, but shooting the middle target resets everything and prepares the Trap Shop for your next series of shots.

Captures pellets for easy disposal of used air gun ammunition.

A lot of folks are complaining about size, and durability. I shoot at 33 yards from the muzzle with two desperate break barrel .177 rifles, I use wadcutter pellets and shoot off hand mostly. I have no issue hitting the targets as long as I do my part, the wad cutters seem to be easy on the back of the unit, however it is being hit at approximately 700fps with a chunk of lead, yes it will dent, and get worse with time. Targets flip, lock and release as they should, and the target is a good size to actually improve accuracy. I hunt with my air guns so head shots on small birds and squirrels will become easier with this target to practice with.

I will admit it's smaller than I thought it would be, but it's well built and works good. I shoot it at 15 foot, to go any farther you would have to be a better shot than I am. the target paddles are roughly 2x3 inches across. I shoot a 400 ft per second co2 bb pistol. I placed in in a cardboard box to catch stray bb's. I wouldn't recommend shooting bb's as I believe it was designed for pellets and bb's do ricochet out.

I've had this thing for a couple of years now and it's really busted up but still fully functional. I've had to repair it a few times but I'm fine with that. I shoot at it with a .177 crosman break barrel rifle and lead pellets. I will continue to shoot at this target until it becomes completely unrepairable and unusable. I've gotten my moneys worth out of this thing.

I like it a lot. Very few pellets come back out. shooting 15 feet in my tool room. I have 1/2 inch dots that I put on the paddles to shoot so I know where/if I hit. May buy a second for my longer (30 feet) pellet range upstairs in my house.

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