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 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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By xian from USA on 2015-07-29
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Things I liked: cheap

Things I would have changed: heavier metal!!!

What others should know: not so durable, i shoot a big cat 1250 1.77 at it around 15 yards away, and only about 300 rounds so far, pellets went through the rear metal part and appearently the hole is getting larger.

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By Cameron from USA on 2015-06-27
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Things I liked: Small, cheap (I mean inexpensive!), light, easy to (make, cut, create, you choose) targets for. My second pellet trap is 9 years old (many pellets thru it). Very reliable.

Things I would have changed: For the price, nothing. Maybe increase the heaviness of the gauge of the deflector.

What others should know: There is a hole in the trap to hang it on the wall. It needs anchoring. My .25 calibre Kodiak SCOOTS IT BACK about an INCH every shot. Yes, the trap actually moves if you do not anchor it or hang it on the wall. The trap was designed for the slower target velocities. This is my second unit, as I had beat the first one to pieces, using the Kodiak. If you shoot a hunting rifle (high velocity and/or large calibre), consider the Champion Target Trap (Item Code: CH-40801 [PY-A-1026]).

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  • timothy from USA asked:

    Are the pellets reusable?

    • 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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