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Estimated in-stock date 12-20-2014
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Average Customer Review4.5 (44 reviews)
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Things I liked:It's sturdy and heavy so it doesn't move around. If you dig it in a little it won't move at all. I've shot at it with my Sumatra at 10-30 years and no damage or movement occurred. The targets flipped like they supposed to.
Things I would have changed:Slightly bigger for greater distances. Instead of stickers, use different paint colors. Make the legs slight longer to be able to dig them in a little but still maintain height. For those of us who don't have nice clear backyards to place them, we need them tall enough to stand higher than the grass. But still good "bush" target practice.
What others should know:They are smaller than they appear but still great. They work well at longer distances if you have a scooped rifle and the size make it more challenging. Don't be a noob and use a BB gun, the instructions on those clearly state not to shoot hard objects, which these are. You'll just end up hurting someone. They are for serious rifles that use lead and carry a good amount of power. I would say 700fps or higher and not with super light alloy pallets. I would almost suggest only using a 22 cal and above if you want to do long distance shooting.
Things I liked:high quality @ fair price
Things I would have changed:Not a thing
Things I liked:Well made of heavy duty steel and after about a 100 shots down range no visible damage to the impact area of the paddles using both .177 and .22 airguns with heavy lead pellets.
Things I would have changed:Longer legs as if you just put the target on the ground in high grass the paddles are stopped from swinging freely.
What others should know:Impact from a either a .177 or more so from a .22 airgun does make the target jump around impeding the ability of the paddles to swing over and rest on the top bar prior to resetting. I got a flat piece of 3/4" scrap wood, drilled holes at an angle for the rear legs which holds the target and keeps it from jumping around. Also shoot the two inner paddles first then the two on the sides so all come to rest on the top bar and stay there prior to resetting. Paint the impact area of the paddles with white spray paint and get 1 1/2" stick on B/C orange target stickers or "C-More" black target stickers when the needed.
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