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Do-All Outdoors Bullet Box, Pellet & Rimfire Trap, 10"x11"

Do-All Outdoors Bullet Box, Pellet & Rimfire Trap, 10"x11"

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PY-A-5281

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$59.99

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  • Description
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  • Do-All Outdoors Bullet Box
  • For airgun and rimfire gun projectiles*
  • Assembly required (detailed instructions included)
  • Powder-coated heavy-duty steel
  • Monster clip securely holds paper targets
  • 10"x11" target area
  • Place trap at least 15 ft from gun's muzzle
  • Wear proper ear and eye protection
  • Always have a backstop in case you miss the trap
  • Projectiles may ricochet
  • Weight: 20 lbs

*AIRGUN AMMO: Use only lead pellets. Do not use steel BBs or any pellet that has steel or other metal components that aren't lead. RIMFIRE AMMO: Use only soft-nose .17- and .22-caliber bullets.

Serious airgunners need a serious trap, and this one's up to it!

While many airgunners use less robust traps, the magnum airguns produced these days are quickly outpacing the ability of those traps to safely and repeatedly stop your shots. Since this trap is built to take hits from rimfire guns, which are more powerful than airguns, you'll have a lot more peace of mind with the Do-All Outdoors Bullet Box downrange.

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Item Code: DA-BT222 [PY-A-5281]
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Things I liked: What's not to like? A good product, easy to assemble, at a good price.

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By Thomas from USA on 2016-01-05
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Things I liked: Made of heavy duty material and my eight year old grandson need only small amount of help to put together.

Things I would have changed: Why change a good thing.

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By MENELAOS from USA on 2015-12-05
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Things I liked: It works, for the most part, in capturing pellets shot from 10 meters (33 ft). But it is a heavy duty piece, so it will last a long time.

Things I would have changed: The tolerances in the 4 main parts are abysmally poor. The assembled 'box' has gaps all along the two sides where the backplate and the vertical plates meet. There is also a gap along the line where the U-shaped 'trap' meets the backplate in the backside of the assembly. The geometry of the backplate and the lip need to be changed to minimize the back-scatter. The effective vertical 'height' of the box is NOT enough to accomodate the standard 12 bull 10-meter target. It can accomodate this target 'horizontally'.

What others should know: If you shoot indoors, be prepared to put a bead of RTV silicone (or caulking) all along the contact lines of the parts to seal the gaps. Else, lead dust WILL spill under and around the spot where you place the stand. Also, be prepared for occasional back-scatter. Pellet fragments fly backwards toward the shooter. I have hung a silicone rubber sheet (10 x 11 inches) behind the target to minimize this back-scatter. Any piece of rug, heavy fabric, felt, plastic tile or even heavy cardboard will work in that sense. It is a needed 'consumable'.

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  • Fred from USA asked:

    How much does this trap weigh?

    • Val from USA:

      20 lbs

  • Brian from USA asked:

    What's the thickness of the plate?

    • William from USA asked:

      Why can't you use steel BBs in this trap? I have a mix of .177 and .22 air guns for both BBs and pellets. If there's a better trap similar to this one that can handle both of those, I'd like to know about it as well. Thanks!

      • Val from USA:

        just because it's metal and steel BBs will ricochet violently. You can use Smart Shot BBs, which are lead.

      • Peter from USA:

        I shoot bb's most of the tome. I found the copper clad lead bb's work well. H&N Excite Smart Shot .177 Cal, 7.4 Grains, Copper Plated Lead BBs. No ricochets.

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