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Things I liked: Everything except the side walls. Powder coating it great. The ramp at the bottom is as thick as the back wall.
Things I would have changed: The side walls are not even half as thick as the main parts. There is a gap between the two main plates that lets most the lead dump at the back of the target, I would rather have to turn the trap to dump the lead.
What others should know: My .22 shoots around 750fps with 16.4 pellets and it smears the lead down the powder coat. I even hit the clip and it is still usable. It is ugly and bent but usable. When I complain about the side walls, I like things over built, they would probably hold up to direct hits with at most a little bending. This trap turns my .22 pellets into fine, flat bits of lead. You can see the outline of the skirt and one of the edges on one side and flat, shiny lead on the other.
Things I liked: What's not to like? A good product, easy to assemble, at a good price.
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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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!
just because it's metal and steel BBs will ricochet violently. You can use Smart Shot BBs, which are lead.
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.