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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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.
Things I liked: It's easy and fast to set up. Reasonably priced. Sturdy.
Things I would have changed: Nothing.
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.