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Remington Auto-Reset Knockdown Target, Crow, Shoot to Reset, 2 Kill-Zone Reducers, Ground Spike

Remington Auto-Reset Knockdown Target, Crow, Shoot to Reset, 2 Kill-Zone Reducers, Ground Spike

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  • Description
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  • Remington auto-reset knockdown target
  • Crow silhouette
  • Shoot to reset
  • Adjustable kill zone (from 1.5" to 0.5")
  • Two kill-zone reducers permanently attached to back of target
  • Heavy-gauge steel
  • Sturdy spike for solid ground insertion with back support to prevent tilting back when hit
  • Silhouette target is finished in black with yellow kill zone
  • Use only .177- or .22-caliber lead pellets
  • For .177-cal. lead pellets, max velocity is 1,000 fps and place target at least 25 yards from muzzle
  • For .22-cal. lead pellets, max velocity is 800 fps and place target at least 35 yards from muzzle
  • 19.75" x 6"
  • Includes target with attached kill-zone reducers


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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Item Code: REM-89340 [PY-A-5096]

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By David from USA on 2016-04-29
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Things I liked: It's easy and fast to set up. Reasonably priced. Sturdy.

Things I would have changed: Nothing.

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By Greg from USA on 2016-04-05
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Things I liked: Takes a licking, and keeps on ticking.

Things I would have changed: Not much. Had to repaint after hundreds of shots, but that's wear and tear in my book.

What others should know: Attached mine to a longer stake to simulate a crow sitting on a branch and worked great.

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By tom from USA on 2016-03-12
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Things I liked: Fun target, I have it set up at 45 yards for my .22 cal rifle with the 1" ring. It is tough enough to take this punishment and is holding up well. Going to reset it farther away soon.

Things I would have changed: If only it could repaint itself, would be everlasting.

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  • Daniel from USA asked:

    Can you use a Hatsan 125 .25 cal on this target?

    • Cory from USA:

      That combination would damage the target as it is too many fpe.

  • Josh from USA asked:

    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?

    • Erika from USA:

      You would be able to use this. Shouldn't be a problem.

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