As your accuracy increases, you can reduce the kill-zone by inserting one of the reducers. The kill-zone without a reducer is 1-1/2" wide. The reducers take the kill zone down to 1-1/8", 3/4", 1/2" and 3/8"
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Things I liked: I had used these targets before I purchased two for myself. The specific ones I purchased work fine.
Things I would have changed: I would wish that Gamo would specify the maximum number of foot pounds to safely use these targets at less than 25 yards. I am a field target shooter and I like to practice in my back yard where I have only 24 yards. As I only have a 12 ft lbs rifle I think I will be able to safely shoot a bit under that. I want this because the shortest distance you shoot at in Field Target competition is 10 yards.
What others should know: The string that Gamo provides is adequate; however, the connection to the target itself will get destroyed fairly easily. This is not a major worry because the problem is really easy to fix. In fact there are a number of possible solutions and you should be able to do one of them. Airgun Spymaster
Things I liked: Very sturdy when staked down
Things I would have changed: Stronger cord for resetting
What others should know: Good price
Things I liked: Size, cord and cord holder,
Things I would have changed: I would make the target size reducers attached like some others have. So you can't loose them! Add some touch up colors Yellow & Black. Make them Left & Right
What others should know: Buy one or two and have at it ! Lot's of fun
will this withstand hits from a .25 lead pellets from a Trail XL?
NO! With the XL you're shooting app. 900F.P.S. and if you use a 25 gr. pellet you're putting out app.44 FT.LBS. These field targets will begin to show damage @ 20 FT.LBS.
.177 lead pellets @ 850 to 1,100 fps how will this target hold up at 10 yards? Suggestions? Thank you
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 ft.lb.s. In other words it's the ft.lb.s that does the damage not so much the feet per second.
.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.