Date: 12/2/2016 4:51

Birchwood Casey Gallery Resetting Airgun Target


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  • Description
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  • Gallery Resetting Airgun Target
  • Use .177 lead pellets only
  • Use with 500 to 1000 fps velocity guns only
  • Hit 4 hanging targets & then the center target to reset them
  • Easy to set tools required
  • Solid steel targets with twist-designed paddles have a lifetime guarantee against breakage
  • 2" dia. targets
  • 18"Hx16"W
  • Includes stick-on fluorescent target faces

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Item Code: BC-GRT17 [PY-A-1137]

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By micheljgaudet from USA on 2016-01-04
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Things I liked: I like that the thing is solidly made_ ain't gonna break any time soon. Read below for why overall 3-stars.

Things I would have changed: 'Gamo' calls this "Birchwood Casey Gallery Resetting Airgun Target" AND "Birchwood Casey Gallery Resetting .22 rim-fire Target". Both are THE SAME item. I can not find separate versions. I have a buddy that uses this for his sighting-in of his .22 rifles (powder), and it works GREAT, but for use with his .177 air rifles, he has to be WAY closer than 50 feet for it to do the reset thing. It works for him ONLY due to his being a true MARKSMAN. Someone like ME that rarely hits dead center, the .177 ammo will not flip the target up & over. Made of HEAVY GAUGE STEEL, while it does OKAY with my .22 Crosman pump-up pistols... four to five pumps is adequate for around 20 feet... the thing is NOT good for .177 pellets OR BBs. There is just NOT enough mass to make the target work well using .177 ammo @ < around 500fps_ this is a guesstimate. I truly believe it is FALSE advertising for 'Gamo' saying this is suitable for airgun use, as a TON of us are using mostly .177 ammo @ <500fps.

What others should know: Yup. The 'Gamo' re-settable target with the silver targets within the green metal box, that has the BIG SQUARE CENTER target for resetting the four smaller round ones, two on either side of the middle one?_ that is a GREAT buy from 'Pyramyd Air', and the damn thing WORKS!!! I think it is called the "Rocker Target Gallery" by 'Gamo', but I think 'Pyramyd' calls it the 'Gamo Rocker Pellet Trap, Reset w/Center Paddle'. All I know is it works GREAT! But do NOT use for hi-power guns... not more than around 700fps or less! And try to use only for .177, unless you are good at keeping the .22 pump-ups low. NO BREAK BARRELS ALLOWED!

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By Edwin from USA on 2015-11-09
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Things I liked: construction

Things I would have changed: nothing

What others should know: Even though i have not actually used this product, the construction seems to be of good quality, it took me a bit to understand how this thing operates, the metal targets seem to swing or move without any binding up or getting stuck, it seems it stands without any problems also, easy set up and carry.

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By Mark from USA on 2015-05-11
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Things I liked: works exactly as described. great plinker

Things I would have changed: taller arms to get the thing up and out of out of the grass. I am going to use some steel rods and tack weld this to so that its up out of the dirt.

What others should know: other than the short arms, it works perfect. the stickers were blown off on the first hit but I just keep spray painting the targets orange and it works great.

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  • jeff from USA asked:

    is there a product like this that I shoot with my 40 fpe (foot pounds of energy) .22 hatsan at44? do I need to get a target intended for .17hmr or .22lr?