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Things I liked: Durable...still going strong after over 3000 rounds including steel BB's, .177 & .22 lead pellets
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: Using thin cardboard for replacing when needed, cut 9 3/16" square works great!!!
Things I liked: I got a Daisy 25 and I am shooting the Daisy steel BBs in my garage @ the relatively slower speed of 350 fps between 15 and 30 feet. This target does a good job of trapping the BBs. While some cardboard is carried into the BB trap, I simply pour out the BBs onto a magnetized parts bowl and blow out the small cardboard pieces. This makes it easy to then pick up, store and then reuse the BBs (which do not appear to be deformed at all).
Things I would have changed: The cardboard piece that comes with the target doesn't last long. I figured I could just save my cardboard shipping box material and cut it to the appropriate size...which didn't really work all that well. This is campaign season so I was wondering if the campaign sign material could be used as a replacement for the rather thin, glossy cardboard that came with the target.
What others should know: I set this up on my workbench and practice from a rest on the far side of my garage. Maybe it is because of the relatively slow muzzle velocity, my BBs (maybe 1 BB out of 10) will deflect and simply roll onto my workbench. This isn't a ricochet, more of a failure to penetrate all the way into the trap. This seems to be designed for faster and more powerful ammo which I am obviously not using.
Things I liked: Does what it's supposed to; catches bb's and pellets. No mess basement, garage, and backyard shooting!
Things I would have changed: nothing
What others should know: I use this a lot and wish I had bought extra ballistic curtain. Mine is fine but I can see the wear already since I do as much shooting as I can! I will definitely be adding and extra curtain or two to my next order :)
I had read that this trap will only allow cardboard inserts that are 1/8" thick, but I have made over 100 replacement cardboards for my old Crosman 852 Pellet Trap that are 3/16" thick and wondered if they will fit in this trap. Does anybody know if 3/16" cardboard will slide into the front of this trap? Thank you in advance for any help.
Are there any pellet traps that can be used at a shooting distance of 20 ft. with air pistols?
I would recommend making your own if you are shooting pellet pistols. For BB's pistols, there is not much out there that would work safely. For pellet pistols, you can take a box and fill it with old clothes, newspaper, old phone books, etc. You just need to keep a close eye on it once you shoot it a lot to replace the material inside.