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Sig Sauer Quad Shooting Gallery Target

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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.





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Things I liked:

Heavy gauge metal (backstop only) does a great job of stopping .22 pellets from my Marauder (pistol) and has a nice cut-out at the bottom so I can pour out all the used pellets afterwards into a jar for casting into lead ingots. Large (extra trapping room, if you miss a target paddle), heavy, and generally *seems* quite sturdy over-all. No complaints, for the money, except for the paddle targets (see below). The rest of the mechanical parts all seem to be holding up ok vs. the .22 pellets from my p-rod.

Things I would have changed:

Target paddles are made of mild steel and dent / bend easily under use. I hit one with about three 8-round magazines of .22 caliber, 15.43 grain, Gamo Match wadcutters - and it was bent almost 45 degrees to the side when I was done. (I tend to fire low & to the right.) Paddles show obvious denting from the first shot, and don't look like they will last long, at this rate. Definitely a major fault & I would not buy again - I need something heavier, that can be used regularly. This seems like it was meant for BBs & not pellets! VERY unpleasant discovery - color me "rather less-than-satisfied". It really saddens me that Sig did such a great job on hardening all the other parts, but not on the paddles - that is disappointing, esp. from such an otherwise fine & trusted brand name.

What others should know:

Comes with extra replacement decals for the target paddles & also for the reset paddle, which was unexpected and nice extra. Would be a great buy if the target paddles were not so soft, flexible, and easily twisted/bent after *very* minimal use.

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Things I liked:

I have to prop phone books or a cookie sheet behind the target when I shoot my .177 rifle. The pellets push through a seem and have enough power to have penetrated through two sheets of paneling. The seem should be overlapped in the opposite direction to prevent this. The lead pellets have also bowed out the metal in the trap chipping off the paint.

Things I would have changed:

overlap the seem in the back would eliminate the pellets from passing through the seem.

5.0 5.0

5.0 5.0

Things I liked:

I love this target...works 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/

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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 Patner from USA answered:

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

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