Gamo Cone Pellet Trap, Collapsible, 100 Paper Targets

Gamo Cone Pellet Trap, Collapsible, 100 Paper Targets

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  • Description
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  • Gamo cone pellet trap
  • Heavy steel construction
  • Collapsible
  • Accepts 5.5"x5.5" targets
  • 5.5"x5.75"x7.5"
  • 1.9 lbs.
  • Some assembly required
  • Includes 100 paper targets
  • Use only .177-caliber lead pellets with a muzzle velocity of 1,000 fps or less

Hone your shooting skills with Gamo's high-quality cone pellet trap. The trap can be used freestanding or hung on a wall. Recommended for use with lead airgun ammo only.

Do NOT use steel BBs when shooting at this trap. BBs can rebound and ricochet, causing permanent injury to the eyes. Everyone in the area should wear safety glasses when someone is shooting.

Do not leave the cone trap exposed to the outdoors. Take it inside when not in use. Have a suitable backstop in the event you miss the cone trap.

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Item Code: GA-6212204354 [PY-A-70]

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By David from USA on 2015-09-19
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Things I liked: I own two. They do what they're supposed to with no problems. The first one shows no corrosion after 11 months of sitting outside in all weather. The low power airguns I use cause no damage. The only way I can imagine these failing would be if the screws rust, which I'm sure could be mended with loctite or whatever glue you like. For me what elevates this from "nothing special" to "pretty cool" is the easy assembly with the included tool, the surprising weather resistance, and the good quality of the targets.

What others should know: My opinion is that any and all airguns powerful enough for ethical hunting are too powerful for these. If that's what you've got then you need to buy something sturdier. These do have a noisy "ping" when shot, so if I were to put one in the basement I would try to dampen it somehow.

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By Robert from USA on 2015-09-04
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Things I liked: Price and the extra 100 targets. Easy to assemble.

Things I would have changed: It could be a little heavier steel.

What others should know: I have about 700 rounds with a 750 fps gun, the target and the steel is starting to show some heavy damage. The center back has almost blown a hole through the thin steel. The little channels that hold the target have bent making it difficult to slide the targets in. A flat screw driver can be used the pry the channels open again. I feel that this target would be great for someone with a gun putting out less than 500 fps.

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By Arpad from USA on 2015-08-26
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Things I liked: Nice compact unit, perfect fit with target, easy to attach to backstop with bolt and wing nut. No sign of damage from the pellets to date. (My pellet velocity range is about 500 ft per sec).

Things I would have changed: Sometimes the projectile fragments pop out from the front (by the target) or the top ( I mean the chimney type part on the back). Need to do something to contain the fragments.

What others should know: I solved the problem by stuffing a plastic grocery bag into the trap behind the target. The pellets get tangled in the plastic, don't fragment as much (sometimes not at all) and stay put in the trap. Separating the lead from the plastic at the end of the session is no problem.

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  • timothy from USA asked:

    Are the pellets reusable?

    • Jose from USA:

      No, the pellets get deformed.

  • bob from USA asked:

    is there a version for .22

    • Erika from USA:

      Unfortunately not in this target

  • Geno from USA asked:

    How does this trap mount?... The picture shows that it would most likely mount to a 2x4 but a customer image shows it just bolts or screws on to a a wall, board, post etc

    • Jerry from USA:

      On the back there are "keyholes" to hang it from

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