Gamo Competition Target
Item #: 62112211154
MSRP $38.99| Save $1.04 (3%)
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- Corrosion Resistant Powder Coating
- Hit the orange target to move the logo from one side to another
- Designed for 1-2 shooters
- Ideal for honing your skills and accuracy
- For use with all pellet guns up to 1000 fps (lead ammunition only)
- Easy to assemble
- Quick disassembly for storage or transporting it to the range
*Recommended for use with lead airgun pellet and lead shot only. Do NOT use BBS. BBS will rebound and ricochet and can cause permanent injury, particularly to the eyes. Always use appropriate ear and eye protection and make sure your range has a secure and reliable backstop.
|Our Price||$37.95 Save $1.04 (3%)|
|warranty||1 Year Limited|
I would recommend this item to a friend.
Gamo Competition Target -=- A new way to have some healthy competition with your friends!
April 23, 2013
The Gamo Competition Target is great fun, however, I did have to take it apart a bit and stretch out one of the springs on the bottom spinner a bit as the top was spinning considerable tighter than the bottom which was able to spin rather freely. While this might not sound like a big deal at first the shooter shooting at the bottom where it spun freely would have a considerable advantage on moving the arrow across the other side to win. After I played around with it a bit they spun at approximately the same rate when the target was shot making the game fair. If you wish to play standing you might want to get a wooden saw horse to put the metal rods that hold it up into (drill two holes) or goto home depot and buy some long round cold rolled steel stock to raise it up off the ground.
Pros:1. The size of the target to hit is approx the size of somewhere between a quarter & half dollar. Friendly competition makes trying to shoot very small targets all the more enjoyable. Unlike other things you see that have spinners and a place to hold a target this is actually a game! :) 2. There's nothing to replace! (like paper target's, etc.) 3. As it comes packaged it's very low to the ground so it seems likely the best shots will be taken from there, good for "penny sniper" practice. 3. You can settle once and for all who the best shot really is! 4. Gives you something different to shoot at instead of the same old cans, bottles, paper targets, pennies 5. Your significant other might get upset that you and your buddies do nothing but play this new game all day and night.
Cons:1. It's possible and likely you might have to take it apart (easy) to make some adjustments so the spinners spin at the same rate for both players. 2. If your not careful you could overstretch the spring then have to either cut it or find a replacement spring at hardware store. 3. Although I haven't tried a .high powered .177 airgun on it, i feel it's best suited for .22 or .25 caliber Airguns. My 350fps .177 just isn't powerful enough to move the the steel spinners & arrow mechanism that moves from left to right (to show who's winning) My 14.67 grain .22 cal Crosman premier hollow-point is a great all around ammo & it does the trick just fine, and you can get 500 shots for only $10.00! :) If you do intend on using this with a .177 I believe it will work so long as your rifle has a good FPS rating & you use an ammo with a high grain count.
I would recommend this item to a friend.
March 25, 2012
This is a really small target. It needs to be about 10 yards out for safe shooting, but with the target being only an inch or so in diameter, it makes for a challenge.