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Air Venturi Crazy Eights Reset Airgun Target

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Air Venturi Crazy Eights Target
  • Shoot to reset target gallery
  • Nine 1.75" twist-designed target paddles (including reset paddle) for a lifetime of fun
  • Long-lasting, heavy-duty steel construction
  • Sturdy legs will keep the target upright, even on hard surfaces
  • Easy setup - no tools required
  • For .177-, .20- and .22-caliber lead pellets 
  • Minimum distance: 10 yards
  • Maximum muzzle energy: 22 ft/lbs
  • Caliber guide: .177-caliber/1,000 fps, .20-caliber/800 fps, .22-caliber/800 fps
  • Dimensions: 19.75" W X 11.5" H X 8" D
  • Paddles are 1/8" thick
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  • ManufacturerAir Venturi
  • Condition New
  • Accessories Type Targets, Pellet & BB Traps, Ranges
  • Warranty 1-year limited warranty
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By Harold CollinsAugust 3, 2023 Verified Purchase

I really enjoy this target, but it has a learning curve. You're not going to set it up, and grab any of your shooters and mow through all eight, from left to right, then pop the reset and be done in nine. It took a bit of experimentation to figure this crazy eight out. The first problem was power for the paddles, and for the reset paddle that requires more power, or more hits. I've found a couple of guns that worked well with it. In .177 my Webly Vulcan, was perfect. In .20 the Sheridans with four pumps. In .22 my Crosman 2240 worked well. I didn't use the stick on targets, but instead used a white back ground and touch up thebpaddles with black spray paint. Once you're shooting you have to strategicly pick your shots, or the paddle won't lock. You have to start with right, left center, and work your way to the outsides, shooting right left. That all said its great fun.

A little taller would be nice.

By GregApril 9, 2023 Verified Purchase

Great little air gun targets definitely gets zeroed very well built

A little small

By ElliottUSANovember 5, 2022 Verified Purchase

I've had this for awhile now (about a month). I have it up at duck/deer camp for something to plink at in the down times. As others have said the targets are small, but that's the point right? Once you get your shooter dialed in this thing is a lot of fun. The only issue is that if you send any pellet over 800 fps at 14 gr at it, it will flip and resest the whole row, no matter if it is hit bottom or top. I've turned this more into a game by hitting the outside of the corners to get the target to set with magnums or any high powered 22s. All my 177 work with the target perfectly.

Reliable, tough, versatile.

Magnum will flip and reset if not hit on the edge.

By JamesUSAJune 1, 2022

Those targets are smaller than they appear in the photos.

Lots of fun, from a distance really tests your skill.

I had set it up backwards the first time trying it fault...was a quick fix.

By CarsonUSAFebruary 4, 2020

Great fun for one or many. The target has two pi oting arms that swiny around and hold the unit at a slight angle toward the shooter. The angle makes no difference as all targets hang straight up and down except in those municipalities where liberal legislatures have repealed the law of gravity. Those bright orange target faces turn out to be stickers, included in the box for the buyer to apply. The only problem is that those stickers hold up to exactly one shot before they peel off. Would have been better painted, and that is the logical solution for all owners. Run to the nearest hardware store and pick up a spray can of your favorite target color, the brighter the better.

Keeps your children (grand children) outdoors and entertained for hours at a time. They may not want to come in for dinner (or breakfast). Actually it is fun for us old poops as well.

Sticker target faces don't hold up at all.

By JoeUSAApril 14, 2018

Crazy 8's is fun target to sharpen our skills with or perhaps challenge your buddy. Air Venturi rates is just for .177 up to 1000 fps and .22 no more than 800 fps. I shot it with allot of ammo in a .22 Gauntlet and .177 Armada. The Gauntlet it help up just fine and functioned well. The .177 Armada didn't have enough punch to flip a paddle more than 1 or out of 10 hits. And its in the guns rating around 900 fps w/lead pellets which exceeds manufacturer what it will stand up to. Yet I am not saying take a Uamerx Octane or Gamo Mach 1 series to it. It is a simple to set out and place target the target wherever you want to shoot it. It free stands on the frame. Great for me because the grounds hard where I am at.

don't have to force it into the ground

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Will the paddles flip with the use of a Colt Government 1911 A1 pellet gun .177 caliber

asked Lance from USA

I am buying a Daisy Buck or Red Rider for a 10 year old for Christmas. Is the Air Venturi Crazy 8s Target good for use with these bb guns?

asked Cheryl from USA

DO NOT let your child shoot at a hard or metal target with steel bb's . They have a tendency to ricochet and can cause serious bodily damage or injuries. These targets are for lead projectiles. Me and my son would make big targets out of cardboard boxes(2 or 3) double layered with either a piece of carpet or soft rubber mat behind them to add a bit more protection from stray bb's . Also we would attach string to aluminum cans or water bottles (plastic of course) you can also fill them with water or colored liquids and hang them from the inside of the boxes and have at 'em . Hope this helps you out .

Manuel from USA

Can you shoot with steel BBs?

asked Dave

DEFINITELY NOT . Soft lead pellets ONLY . Steel BB's can and probably will bounce right back at you or anyone nearby , even pets or windows.

Manuel from USA
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