It raps and does what the trap is intended to do. Watch for richochets. Cardboard face works well. It slows down the pellets to a great extent. The cardboard facing lines up short so it will be off center. Mine was.
ProsLight to move around
ConsOuside cardboard preventor does not fully sit in the slide
Best UsesHitting wife over the head with it. Best used outdo
SAN JOSE, CA
Target Holder and Pellet Trap
March 21, 2018
Purchased this to use as both as a target holder and pellet trap. Worked as expected.
By Richard P.
Does The Job
October 27, 2016
The trap does for the most part does trap the BBs but on occasion they will pop out when a target is fairly shot up. The stiff piece of cardboard on the front gets shot to pieces rather quickly and I was forced to find replacements. A single side of an old loose-leaf binder worked just fine, just traced it out and cut it out with a razor knife, then took the plastic off. Have to watch the rear of the trap as its steel backing lifts up & if you are not careful the spent BBs will be all over your floor.
Very Useful Target for the $
September 22, 2016
I got mine and put all the pieces in place. It's a nice little target. I thought it was a little heavy at first but I had it on the porch and the wind came up and it just sat there:>)! I am thinking of a way to make changing targets easier. Maybe just four hobby T-pins. All in all I'm happy with it.
Heavy enough not to blow over
ConsI used to think I could shoot! ;>)
By Savage 3.
USA long island
Holds a pellet!
July 12, 2016
Works great and keeps bb''s and pellets in place. I also put some Duct seal on the back metal plate so it will catch the ammo and keep thing's quite. Again great product for the money.
ProsWorks as advertised.
October 9, 2015
Works great with both BB's and Pellets, cardboard face easy to replace when necessary!
Easy To Use
Works With BB's & Pellets
August 20, 2015
This BB/Pellet trap works fine for its intended purpose. It is very basic and gives the shooter the chance to practice almost anywhere. Not designed for high power rifles.
September 12, 2013
I'm using a .177 Roger magnum which fires up to 1400 fps and this trap catches all my pellets I have shot at it with no damage to the steel backplate. I have been only using wadcutter pellets only though.
ProsWorks like it should
ConsNone so far
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