Date: 18/6/2021 2:27


Sig Sauer Quad Shooting Gallery Target

3.5 (4 reviews)
Sig Sauer Quad Shooting Gallery Target

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4 Center Mass Knockdown Targets with Center SIG Target as the Reset Function

  • 4 Center mass targets magnetically lock down once struck, 2 1/2" x 1 5/8"
  • Hit the center SIG target to reset back to starting position
  • All weather durable powder coated metal housing
  • Heavy duty metal targets
  • Quick and easy set up
  • Compatible with .177 & .22 pellets and low ricochet lead BBs (Lead Only)
  • 22"Wx10"Hx9"D

Get endless hours of airgun plinking fun with SIG Sauer's Quad Shooting Gallery. The center-mass targets magnetically lock down when hit. Once they're all knocked down, simply hit the center SIG target to reset. Heavy-duty metal shooting galleries are for use with .177- and .22-cal. air rifles firing lead pellets or low ricochet lead BBs. All-weather powder-coat finish.

Item Code: SIG-TARGET-QUAD [PY-A-5760]

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Weight11.0 lbs

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Things I liked:

I love this really well. The metal is holding up well. It leaves very cool pellet imprints.

Things I would have changed:

You need heavier pellets than 7.33 grain, especially as the gas thins out. Also, if the engraved the target in the metal, you do not need label targets/

3.0 3.0

2.0 2.0

Things I liked:

Fit and finish are very nice and it was packaged very well.

Things I would have changed:

Allow for use with higher powered pellet guns. the targets are starting to dish out with only a few hits and in the odd instance that the target does stay down, it pops back up with an adjacent shot due to the whole apparatus shaking around. I would guess 700fps .177 or less for this target.

What others should know:

Not suitable for higher powered guns. Even my Marauder pistol is WAY to much energy for this.

5.0 5.0

5.0 5.0

Things I liked:

I have added the Sig Sauer Quad Shooting Gallery Target to my 5 yard indoor air gun range. At the beginning, I made a mistake and shot the target with a 500 FPS air rifle and it tweaked all 4 targets. This was my fault, not the targets. I took it apart and straightened the bent targets. Now I just use air pistols in the 300 to 350 FPS range and it works great without damaging them. It is very fun and I shoot it a lot.

Things I would have changed:

The extra decals for the target are very flimsy. I instead use 1" Birchwood Casey orange stick-on targets I would also like to see an improved design that keeps more of the spent pellets from bouncing back.

What others should know:

This target and all of the rest of the "knock down" targets (such as Stampede) are bad about bouncing the pellets back toward the shooter. The good thing is that they have very little power left when they escape from the target. My indoor range has shag carpet, so finding spent pellets is difficult. I have solved the problem by laying an old bed sheet down in front of the target and when they land on it, is easy to recover them. I also have a cookie pan that I keep directly in front of the target and it catches most of them. I have only had one that has come back hard enough to reach the shooter and it did not have enough power to hurt anyone. Shooting glasses should always be worn because even a slow moving pellet could cause eye damage. I have added a second Quad Shooting Gallery and a Stampede. I stack all 3 on top of each other and practice rapid fire. It is more challenging than you think and a ton of fun.

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  • William from USA asked:

    I have this target system. This is going to be used for sighting purposes. How far away should the target be for a .177 lead pellet at 1250 fps & a Glock 19 CO2 BB pistol? I asked this question via online chat but can't retrieve the answer anymore. Thanks.

    • Jerry from USA asked:

      Where can I get lead BB's to shoot at these indoor targets?

    • Duane from USA asked:

      Is the Crosman 357 co2 power sufficient to knock down these targets?

      • Tyler from USA answered:

        Depends on the distance, but at close ranges 5-10 yards, yes it should work fine

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