- Ammo TypePellets
- Warranty1 Year Limited
It got bent inside don't use more than .177
At $16.999 it is a great deal and also comes with 100 printed targets that are made of a good grade paper, I choose to and an additional 100 targets with my purchase.
I called Gamo concerning their sheet metal target housing...they recommend a minimum of 25yds when shooting a 1000fps air rifle like mine to keep from destroying it and minimize shrapnel and ricochet (Min. Distance Not mentioned in the packaging description or directions).
And forget about using a .22 airgun.
I haven't tried this with anything over 600 fps or so as I was warned against it, but for my pump rifle and pistols it's perfect. At 17 bucks including targets, it's a no brainier. And the extra targets are cheap, 4 or 5 bucks for a pack of 100.
Went to local home store and got some duct seal, fill it up with this. Will try it will my Hatsan 95,22cal next, don't think there will be a problem. Just clean pellets out once while, put in a
little more duct seal.
Easy to assemble
Saving the wall in the basement!
Although the website does NOT say it, airgundepot's paper catalog says "Ideal for low powered air pistols." THAT is its intended use. I own both a .22 cal air rifle and 2 .177 cal air pistols and I would never use my rifle with this.
For rifles I would recommend one of those spinner targets. OR, do like I did and take an old computer monitor, stick a Shoot-N-See target on its face, and go to town on it! It makes for some hilarious Facebook postings!
sturddy, and cheep (price)
all i have to say thoe is reinforce the back if you have a 800fps rifle or more.
Because this trap is only designed for pellets, not BBs, I tried cutting a small square of carpet to fit just behind the target card. After a weekend of shooting with four guns, we didn't have a single BB ricocet back out. With the carpet installed, I will continue to use it with BBs as well as pellets.