The Crosman target trap is a great trap for indoor and outdoor use. Its one of the only traps on the market specifically designed to safely collect bb's and pellets. Exclusive triple safety curtains are backed up with heavy-gauge galvanized steel. A must have accessory for your airgun! See the accessories tab to also purchase the Crosman NRA paper targets that fit well with this trap.
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How strong is this really?
By Living_Laser from United States on February 11, 2012
How many shots can this take?
What is the maximum FPS the Galvanized Steel can hold?
Would this be suitable for the Umarex EBOS, Beretta PX4 storm, and Umarex SA177?
By PeterS from Chatsworth. CA on February 21, 2012
Answer:I am using it with Gamo Big Cat 1200. That is 1200 fps and I don't have any problem with the trap, works like a charm. Umarex EBOS/SA177 are only 540/410 fps respectively so I can't see any problem with those.
Should be fine for the beretta px4 as well (pellet gun version)
By Brian from Cheshire, CT on February 21, 2012
Answer:I am shooting 450 FPS pellets and steel BBs. and although I have to change-out the cardboard face (cut a piece of cardboard with box cutter, remove and trace old piece, put in new...takes 1 minute with provided front plastic pins) it works. I only get ricochet if I am shooting with low CO2 cartridge, BBs or pellets collect on front, change cartridge, BB hits pellets or BB, (always wear safety glasses). I am pretty sure this unit could take some 22 LR, but if you keep it to airgun, you will be OK. I shoot about 25 feet, in my basement. I recommend shoot and see targets, they are great.
By Walter J from Deerfield, IL on February 21, 2012
Answer:The directions on the back of the trap states you can use 177 cal. ammo with guns that don't exceed 800 fps. It also says to use the trap at a distance of 30 feet. That being said I use my trap at 15 feet with a pistol that fires at 380 fps (about the same power as your Beretta or SA177) and haven't had a problem. You may want to shoot the EBOS at the suggested distance of 30 feet because of it's higher power and its automatic rate of fire.
By Marc from Lake Stevens, WA on February 22, 2012
Answer:I have a Px4 storm and it works fine for it.
It's held up extremely well and I have no complaints.
What is the size... hieght and width ?
By Pat from Meadville, PA on November 25, 2011
By Conor from Sunnyside, WA on February 3, 2012
Answer:Product dimensions in inches: 9.75 x 8.25 x 10.0