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Things I liked: Folds flat, tuff enough to take full power hits from my Gladius .25,
Things I would have changed: Something to stabilize the reset bar, targets sometimes fall though the reset due to hard pellet strikes.
What others should know: Expect to mess around with it a bit till you find a way to set it up just right, short learning curve though.
Things I liked: It's a very solid steel Target. Good construction and heavy duty. It even takes hits from .22 rimfire and no damage.
Things I would have changed: Like other reviews say it was too heavy for .177 at 500-700fps like my Winchester M14. No pellets would flip the targets up. I used .22 rimfire both Aguila 20gr Super Colibri (500fps) and .22 shorts (700 fps) and it and worked perfect. I would say it a great value for the money since it clearly can take rimfire ammo too!
What others should know: It's still fun to go ping ping with lighet slower pellets even if it doesn't flip like it's supposed to without using .22 pellets or rimfire.
Things I liked: Well made and finished
Things I would have changed: Needs to be able to sit a little higher off the ground. Long legs would be my preference.
What others should know: Have only been using the target for one week. Right now am using it in 25-40 degree temperatures: The orange paper stick on targets are regularly blown off the metal after 2-4 strikes. (Not good) At 25 yds I as yet cannot get the metal targets to swing and stay in the up position. Though still useful for target shooting with my med and magnum .177 air rifles, this device will need more tweaking (than I thought) if it is to perform as advertised. Wish me luck.
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?