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Crosman Auto Reset Airsoft Target with Net Trap

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The Crosman Auto-Reset Airsoft Target is a great way to hone your shooting skills for the battlefield. This awesome target contains three different sized targets that automatically reset when the smallest target is hit. The target can be used with airsoft pistols, rifles, machine guns, shotguns, and sniper rifles. The mesh backdrop also keeps your shots contained in one area. Airsoft enthusiasts, take aim and fire!

AccuShot Competition Auto-Reset Target
  • Resets after shooting last target down.
  • Large Mechanical Auto
  • Reset Target with Premium Box Packaging
  • Includes Net and Multiple size targets
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Specs
  • ManufacturerCrosman
  • ConditionNew
  • Accessories TypeTARGETS, PELLET and BB TRAPS, RANGES
  • Warranty30-day limited warranty
  • Weight0.95
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4.0
By MarkUSAJanuary 24, 2013

Nice. It can't handle powerful gas-guns very well (Co2,Green Gas). It takes on a slingshot and Spring, AEG, and Electric guns very well. Disappointed about the size. The net was hard to manage.

Pros
The price for this kind of item.

Cons
Net Size Gun handle (NO Co2,Green Gas)

5.0
By spencerJanuary 11, 2011

Well i got this target for target practice but my gun was to strong and broke it in one shot it totally blew through the targets in 1 shot i do recomend this to any one with a gun that shoots under 300 fps

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I bought this little air pistol that shoots bright yellow pellets. Will this target (crosman auto reset air soft target with net trap) work for this little pistol?joan

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Yes, it should, as long as your not standing at point blank range, I recomend no less than 20 feet away, 30 feet would be best

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