Things I liked:Nice trap for the money. Things I would have changed:The three material curtains need to be stronger / tougher, so they will last a reasonable number of shots. What others should know:The three material curtains were torn up after the first session of about eighty to one hundred shots, the only thing now containing the pellets is the metal backing.
Things I liked:Reasonable price, stops high speed pellets. Things I would have changed:Curtains need to be stronger, they do not last more than a few dozen shots. After the curtains are gone the only thing to stop the pellets is the steel backing which gets dented up pretty bad without the curtains and bends out from the frame allowing the spent pellets to fall out. What others should know:Curtains do not last past the first shooting session and need to be replaced after every 80 - 100 rounds.
Things I liked:Very good value for the price. Light weight. Things I would have changed:Adjustable sights would be nice but it came sighted in three inches high at 30 feet. This worked out fine as firing at the bottom of the scoring rings put the BB's in the center. What others should know:At 30 feet you can expect a grouping of about 2 1/2 to 3 inches, this is not bad for a smooth bore. I use this model to practice for firearms steel plate matches and this accuracy is good enough. I have fired 3300 rounds and am well satisfied with this little inexpensive shooter.