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Average Customer Review4.5 (42 reviews)
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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.
Things I liked:I bought 4 of these metal targets to use outside. I set them up at different distances. The quality is first class and they can take a shot from a Marauder Pistol (700 FPS) or Marauder Rifle (1000 FPS) without denting the plates. I used to compete in big bore pistol IHMSA shooting metal animal targets. This has the same excitement. The thrill is that you and others can see instantly if you hit your target. There is a metal clang and the target plate flips up and over and is out of sight until the release plate is shot which then resets all of the hit plates. Very ingenious and it works great. I think for the $19.95 price, it is an outstanding value.
Things I would have changed:I would like to have seen a metal brace to help strengthen the legs. But, that would have made it more expensive. It works fine the way it is.
What others should know:Only one of my lower powered CO2 pistols would flip the plates over. That was the Desert Eagle, which seems to have more power than my other Umarex pistols. It is still fun to shoot with the others because a hit sends the plate swinging and it is obvious that it is hit. A shot from my Marauder Pistol slaps the plate up and over in a very decisive way. Shooting these plates is very addicting and will give you hours of fun and enjoyment. Keep some black spray paint and extra Birchwood Casey 1 1/2" stickers handy to keep your gallery resetting airgun target looking new. If you run out of stickers, just spray paint the round part of the plate with yellow or orange paint. Always use safety glasses when shooting these targets because the pellets are smashed into many small fragments when shot with higher powered airguns. Shots from lower powered CO2 pistols will turn the pellets into thin discs.
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.