Target has a kill zone that can be reduced 2x with the attached reducers. The smallest kill zone (0.50") is shown above. The kill zone falls back when you shoot a pellet into it. If a pellet splits, it may not have sufficient energy to knock it back. Shoot the hanging disk to reset the kill zone.
Target shown from the back, where the 2 kill-zone reducers are shown hinged to the target. Use either the larger kill zone that's in the body of the target, or slide down one of the kill-zone reducers.
When you hit the kill zone with a pellet, it flips back and out of the way. Hit the yellow disk hanging below the target face to reset the kill zone.
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Remington Auto-Reset Crow Knockdown Target
Field target is a fast-growing airgun sport, and this Remington crow target is a welcome addition. Make sure you have a proper backstop to stop any pellets that miss the target. If the target is hit outside the kill zone, it will not flip back (the target face does not fall, as in traditional pull-to-reset targets). It'll flip back only when you hit the kill zone. Pellets that split on the edge of the kill zone (it happens) may not have enough power to knock back the kill zone and get a point in a field target match.
Most field targets have a string attached to the target to pull it back into position once the kill zone has been hit. But this shoot-to-reset target requires no string and resets when you shoot the reset plate that hangs down. It's a real boon to continuous, uninterrupted shooting.
Shoot-to-reset targets have been used in England by field target clubs before they were imported to the U.S. So, the mechanism has been tested and has proven to be very popular.
Field targets will help increase your accuracy. Start off with the largest kill zone, and then use the reducers to challenge yourself as you improve.
Because the target is metal, make sure everyone in the area wears safety glasses. Pellets can ricochet. Be sure to also remove all pets from the area to prevent injury from ricochets.
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Things I liked: This is a great item it's close to the ground if that's where you place it.
Things I would have changed: Maybe add more stickers to enhance the image
What others should know: I think it's a great item for the money and I'll probably be back for another one.
Things I liked: Nice size ! looks good ! Worked pretty well unless you have it stuck in the ground at an angle. I Did like the attached target area reducers.
Things I would have changed: Heavier one's to take on the larger caliber air rifles! touch-up pen ! Yellow and black. Reset target was shiny metal when we got done shooting at this one !
What others should know: Put in the ground straight up & not at an angle. You may have to clear the grass from around the reset target if you put it in a grassy spot! Sgrunt PCP owner.
Things I liked: Cheap!
Things I would have changed: Would not have ordered had I known about poor quality control. Not worth the hassle to return. Rusty mechanism. Unusable until I spent an hour cleaning and lubricating with WD-40. Pyramid gave me a 50% refund.
What others should know: Do not purchase.
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What is the targets recommended foot pounds at the target. What is the recommend range (minimum / maximum). Thanks
Can you use a Hatsan 125 .25 cal on this target?
That combination would damage the target as it is too many fpe.
How much is required to drop and reset the bird? I am looking for a target to shoot at with a HW75, will that provide sufficient force?
You would be able to use this. Shouldn't be a problem.