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PY-A-5754

Crosman 853 Collapsible Pellet Trap

4.0 (5 reviews)
Crosman 853 Collapsible Pellet Trap

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  • Crosman 0853 collapsible pellet trap
  • Quick setup/knockdown
  • Takes up very little space in storage and during transport
  • Triple­-layer curtains help slow down projectiles
  • Heavy-­gauge galvanized steel plate behind curtains
  • Use with pellets only!
  • Max velocities: .177 caliber/800 fps, .20 caliber/650 fps, .22 caliber/750 fps
  • Do NOT use any caliber over .22
  • Do NOT use steel-­tipped pellets, steel BBs or any projectile other than pellets
  • Approximately 10" wide x 9" high x 8" deep
  • Shoot from a distance of 10 meters or more
  • Includes 12 paper targets (6 designs, 2 of each)

Do not use this trap with steel BBs, .25-caliber pellets or steel-tipped pellets.


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Item Code: Crosman-0853 [PY-A-5754]

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3.0 3.0

Things I liked:

This is a good pellet trap for .177caliber CO2 pellet pistols at 30ft. at 400fps velocity. It worked fine for my Crosman Vigilante CO2 pellet revolver (400fps velocity) and my Crosman 2240 in .22caliber(400fps). I purchased a new one for my Benjamin 392s pump up rifle (14grain .22caliber lead pellets at 600fps) shooting at 50ft. It started to fall apart when I didn't keep my groups in the center of the target. The pellets started going through the plastic bottom and sides. My friend owns a Gamo Swarm Fusion, break barrel, gas piston (14 grain .22 caliber lead pellet at 800fps. He put fifty rounds into the trap target shooting at fifty feet and the metal backing plate was visibly bent from shooting his Gamo at it.

Things I would have changed:

It is a bit of a toy! Make the whole trap out of thicker metal, line it with duct putty! Do something to reinforce it, and make it safer for shooting adult air guns.

What others should know:

Don't shoot BB's at this trap, they will ricochet and damage walls and windows. If you plant to shoot mostly high power pellet guns, spend more money ($50) and buy a trap rated for .22cal rimfire. I purchased a HighWild solid steel trap rated for .22cal rimfire, and have no complaints!

4.0 4.0

5.0 5.0

Things I liked:

Cheap price. Does what it says. Captures all the lead pellets so they don't accumulate on my premises. Super easy to carry about and deploy. For the cost, I'm quite happy.

Things I would have changed:

Curtains come undone and get tangled up with as few as 50 rounds. Face plate was toast after one session. Just a giant hole with edges remaining after about 75 rounds. I know, I know ... shoot tighter groups. Replacements for those pieces please? I suppose I could make up my own cardboard face plate. Not sure about a Kevlar curtain...

What others should know:

It may be more work than you want to do, but this trap contains all the expended pellets and allows proper recycling. I blow the paper confetti away, and save the expended rounds in an old pellet tin for recycling at a local facility. I feel it is our job to maintain a lead free environment and this trap helps me accomplish that. Go in peace!

5.0 5.0

5.0 5.0

Things I liked:

Nice little trap for indoor (garage, basement) use when you can't get outside.

Things I would have changed:

Beef up the curtains inside to handle more types of projectiles. Offer replacement curtains.

What others should know:

You still have to be careful of what you set the trap upon, and the surrounding area for misses and mistakes

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  • Greg from Canada asked:

    When I bought this trap there is a long plastic piece that comes with the curtain rod.How does it fit in the curtain hanger?

    • Andrew from USA answered:

      If you lace the curtain per instructions, that long piece "plugs in" to secure the fabric. You should notice a deeper tang and a shorter one. With red side facing you, plug in the longer tang on the red side. It won't fit is misaligned, but once you futz a bit, it falls into place nicely.

  • Jason from USA asked:

    What could happen if i used steel bb's instead of pellets?

    • Vincent from USA answered:

      don not use bb's or steel tipped pellets will ricochet out of trap at high speed

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