Champion Heavy Duty Metal Trap


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Made from heavy-gauge, sheet steel to stop and hold air gun pellets and standard velocity .22 long rifle rimfire lead bullets. Weighs over 20 lbs. so you know it is sturdy. Somewhat noisy but if you want the best trap going, this is the one to pick. Includes spring clip to hold paper targets. 11" (w) x 12"(h) x 8"(l). Use with lead projectiles only.

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Item Code: CH-40801 [PY-A-1026]

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By Jared from USA on 2015-10-03
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Things I liked: It's sturdy, it's heavy, and can be modified to be relatively quiet. It has made it possible for me to set up an indoor range in my basement for a wide variety of airguns (pistols and rifles).

Things I would have changed: I would make it a little easier on the user to quiet it down. Many other traps of various styles of "curtains" and such an addition could provide much quieter operation. I would suggest using some sort of carpet-like material to line the inside, attached using some sort of hook system, and offer replacement "liners" as these would obviously take on a lot of wear and tear. Would be a good way to add consumables to this product line.

What others should know: It's sturdy, it can be loud. Line the inside with some kind of carpet (I used indoor/outdoor only because it's more durable). If using outside, no mods really needed. If using inside, also suggest placing a telephone book on the back to deaden some of the sound. I use a variety of targets and have even created a custom knock down target to place in front of this "backstop" that auto resets (using old spoons and some bits and pieced of wood and metal rods (spokes from an old bicycle wheel). Ingenuity can take this product to a much higher usage rate and flexibility of target options.

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By Michael from USA on 2015-07-20
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Things I liked: Works great in my indoor range.

Things I would have changed: Could be a little less money, but it functions properly so you get what you pay for.

What others should know: Do not hesitate to get one,

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By Thomas from USA on 2015-04-10
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Things I liked: A quality steel trap that can safely stop the pellets from my air guns. It's built like a tank. I have it set up in my basement for all year fun.

Things I would have changed: Nothing.

What others should know: It's noisy and heavy. It works just fine.

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  • Peter from USA asked:

    I shoot a Crosman Nitro Venom Dusk Air Rifle with a 950 fps velocity. It seems from the reviews that the pellets are stopped and do not ricochet out. Is this the case? Can I depend on it reliably trapping projectiles inside the trap?

    • Cory from USA:

      Yes, it will trap the pellets, it deflects them down and collects them on the bottom. That being said there is always a chance for ricochet with any trap so you should treat it accordingly when shooting.

  • 65BAJA from USA asked:

    Is this sturdy enough for a Marauder in .25 cal?

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  • surfski808 from USA asked:

    Can the inside be lined with duct seal putty to deaden the sound?

    • Cameron from USA:

      Actually, apply the ballistic putty on the outside (the backside) of the trap. Deadens the sound some, but keeps the putty from being ruined, then needing replaced every so often.

    • Val from USA:

      Sure, you would need to buy putty separately here.

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