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Earn 28 Bullseye Bucks
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Things I liked: Traps all pellets & BBs - especially when you shoot around the target
Things I would have changed: For any beginner I would request this trapper to be bigger Optional - it would be nice if Leapers could have thrown a few paper targets just so you can shoot right away.
What others should know: I used this indoors (and you can use it outdoors too) but if you use this inside please make sure you have large thick board behind this trapper. My large board has a thick foam on top so when the BBs or pellets hit they don't reflect back towards me - they just drop to the ground. Just a safety tip for all you airgunners.
Things I liked: The technology used (ballistic fabric to deflect and prevent ricochet) is light-weight and effective. Perfect for basement practice and collects the BB's.
Things I would have changed: I would like it to be approximately 2-3 inches larger in all three dimensions and provide a clip or fasteners for various size targets (although scotch or masking tape works reasonably well).
What others should know: We have not experienced any bounce-backs of BB's so far, which is a nice safety feature when using BB guns!
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!!!
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.