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Average Customer Review4.5 (40 reviews)
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Things I liked:Solid construction.
Things I would have changed:Needs to be 3" taller. Hard to see in grass. Target stickers popped off on first use. Paint on or package with replacement stickers.
What others should know:Even at 50 yd with my 25 cal. Hatsan 125 I don't have to worry about hitting the reset target. It resets when I shoot the one next in line. .177 cal does fine.
Things I liked:Very good construction and material for the price. Steel plates over 1/16 inch thick will take the beating from my RWS 350 and 48 calibers .177- but I don't see any problem using my .22s this thing is not made out of tin ,its steel plate. I'm shooting at 20 to 35 yards no problems whatsoever with the plates holding their position when impacted,and they all come down when hitting the upper target. Got this target today on Christmas ,its a blast ,great for making competitions to see who can hit all four targets the fastest and then knock them down again, I can do it in less than a minute from a rest position. Got to start practicing off hand.
Things I would have changed:Nothing - just follow my recommendations down below and you'll have a party with this toy.
What others should know:Read the simple instructions and this thing will work perfectly. I installed mine on a plank of plywood ,one foot wide by 18 inches long. I used bob wire nails U shaped to restrain the legs of the target on to the plank of wood,I also used safety wire to hold the front legs into their upper position where they touch the center bar where the four targets are hanging. This procedure took me about 10 min - I then screwed the target and the plank to an old three foot wooden stool. End result one heck of a steady recycling target. Easy to move to different distances, although I'm thinking of getting another one so I can place one at 20 yards and the other at 35. My Ruger Blackhawk .177 which is a clone of the RWS 34 works fine on this target using 7.56g Gamo pellets it shoots them at around 900 fps- I don't see why 600 to 800 fps won't work just as well either. My RWS 350 and 48 use CPs 10.5g and smack this thing with authority- holding up just fine.
Things I liked:Nothing
Things I would have changed:Make it so that it works as advertised claims you only require 500 fps to use, Crosman 760 have 625 fps and at 21 feet will not flip the traget on to the catch bar
What others should know:Don't buy if you have a Crosman 760 Pumpmaster