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Gamo Squirrel Field Target w/4 Kill-Zone Reducers

Gamo Squirrel Field Target w/4 Kill-Zone Reducers

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SKU PY-A-464


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  • Description
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  • Gamo squirrel field target
  • Kill zone is 1-1/2" diameter
  • Includes 150-ft reset string, 4 stakes and 4 kill-zone reducers: 1-1/8", 3/4", 1/2" and 3/8"
  • 6.5"x6.5"x8"
  • Use lead pellets only

Great airgun fun. When the colored kill zone is hit, the target falls. To reset, simply pull the cord. Target and kill-zone reducers are solid steel construction. Includes anchoring stakes and reset pull cord.

While Gamo does not provide a max velocity or energy for this target, field target clubs in the U.S. usually limit guns to 20 ft-lbs or less. You will damage the target (and possibly the mechanism) if you shoot at it with alloy or non-lead pellets, more powerful guns or larger-caliber pellets. Gamo states that you should place the target no closer than 25 yards.

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Item Code: GA-621220854 [PY-A-464]

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Overall rating:5.0 5.0

Value for money:5.0 5.0

  By douglas from USA on 2015-06-22
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Things I liked:Put together in sec and works great.
Things I would have changed:Nothing.
What others should know:Fun to shot

Overall rating:4.0 4.0

Value for money:4.0 4.0

  By Stephen from USA on 2015-05-21
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Things I liked:More fun than shooting at paper targets. The reset mechanism works well, and the included stakes(4) hold the target securely in place.
Things I would have changed:The mechanism is stiff and low energy hits (~7 FPE) are not sufficient to trip the target. Is there a way to loosen the mechanism? There does not appear to be an adjustment.
What others should know:I have not yet tried out the reducers, so I don't know if they stay in place or not. You should also know that the yellow of the target comes off pretty quickly. With a decent scope, this is not really a problem, and you can always touch it up with spray paint.

Overall rating:4.0 4.0

Value for money:4.0 4.0

  By JetChopperDude from USA on 2015-02-02
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Things I liked:Only taken a few shots at the target, while in the basement. Waiting for warmer weather to set up for longer ranges. Purchased due to feedback from on of the staff. After assembling the components (very easy process), I can see this is a better choice vs. the other options on the PA website - heavier construction, and the lanyard reset saves the use of pellets, that would be used for resetting the other targets.
Things I would have changed:Time will tell......
What others should know:Great feedback from any of the PA staff
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  • Martin from USA asked:

    .177 lead pellets @ 850 to 1,100 fps how will this target hold up at 10 yards? Suggestions? Thank you

    • Paul from USA:

      This target should hold up fine. The key to this question is how heavy is the pellet are you planning to use. A 8.0 grain pellet @1100F.P.S.produces just a little over 21 In other words it's the that does the damage not so much the feet per second.

    • Sean from USA:

      .177 ? should hold up, depending on how strong the steel is. Remember the velocity is high but that does not make it do a whole lot of damage. For hunting rabbits or squirrel use a 18+ .22 or .25 cal for best results. .177 does not do much internal damage.

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