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Average Customer Review4.0 (51 reviews)
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Things I liked:Easy to put together and quick to set up for some shooting. The funnel shape and the collection 'bin' in the back is a great design and avoids shreds of lead from the pellets from laying around on the ground as a hazard.
Things I would have changed:The plates that shape the metal of the funnel itself needs to be reinforced. The metal needs to be a good 2-3mm thicker, especially the rearmost part of the plates. Optionally they need to be made of a different, stronger material.
What others should know:Set this kit up @ 12 meters (roughly 35-40 feet). Shot at it with an HW97K using Diana Magnum pellets. After about 100 shots the pellets had almost penetrated the back of the right hand plate. Some of the pellets had embedded themselves in the material, so repeated pellets hit the old pellets. Just a matter of time until the pellets make a hole, and then the pellet trap is useless since shots will (or at least risk) going straight through and into the background. Bottom line - after seeing the results after just 100 pellets I can not advise anyone to buy this product if they have a powerful air rifle. It may be good for air pistols or lower powered air rifles, optionally placed at longer ranges so the more powerful air rifles aren't able to dent/dig into the material due to lowered impact power due to distance.
Things I liked:ease of setup but it didnt last but maybe 3-4 days before we started shooting threw the back.
Things I would have changed:make it with some thicker metal
What others should know:not a good buy unless your using it out past 25 yards
Things I liked:Size, price.
Things I would have changed:Build quality could be better. Lot's better. The slanted stop needs to be thicker or reinforced.
What others should know:I've put less than a hundred pellets into it, and already the slanted stop that guides pellets into the hopper is bent out of shape. Pellets are hitting at 500 fps, half what the trap is rated for, and already it's starting to fail? When I bend the stop back into place, the metal will fatigue more. It's a closed loop of destruction and failure will come sooner than later. I'm going to make a wedge of wood to hold the stop in place, but really, why does the customer have to fix/modify the product to keep it working, especially after so short a time? When this dies, I'll go to the local metal fabricator and have them make me another, more robust trap. It will probably cost a bit more, but at least I'll be able to put thousands of rounds into it and still pass it on to my descendants!
Compatible with Gamo Cone Pellet Trap, Collapsible, 100 Paper Targets