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1-year limited warranty
List Price $54.99 Save $5.00 (9%)
Have fun and hone your shooting skills with this sturdy 5-target gallery! Shoot one "hit" flag at a time, and a metal plate flips up to cover it. After all of the metal plates are covering the targets, simply pull the reset cord and begin shooting again.
Tech Tip: Shooting this target with rifles producing over 600 fps will cause the paddles to flip up and back down. If you intend to shoot this target with 600 fps or higher, you will need to increase the distance between the muzzle and target
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Things I liked: This is a very heavy well made target and has worked flawlessly for me. It is probably my favorite reactive target now.
Things I would have changed: Absolutely nothing.
What others should know: An airgun with too much power will not work properly since the flaps will rebound.
Things I liked: Price was great
Things I would have changed: I did talk with sales prior to buying and was told that it would work with my Walther CP99 and CP88's. But I found that these guns didn't have the velocity to knock down the flags. I ended up modifying each of the targets where I measured each of their weights and ended up with 102 grams each. I removed weight from both the front and back. Once this was done, I tilted the target at a 5 degree ( up in the front ) and at 10 ft, I could knock down ( repeatedly ) each one. I also had to adjust the reset bar so both sides had no space under them when in the down position ( this took cake of any bounce back issues ). I've modified two of these units as they are being used for a competition and needed both units to react in the same way to be fair to all the shooters.
Things I liked: Really nice quality, especially for the price. This is really nice for indoor plinking where other reactive targets may bounce all over the place. My winter is looking brighter.
Things I would have changed: The bounce back issue is a definite pain (-1 star). My solution after some trial and error was to wrap a rubber band around all the target paddles. e.g. reset the target and then bring a rubber band around all 5 covers that are now sticking out. Push the rubber band down towards the axle rod as far as possible. This introduces some friction as the paddles are pulled together and rub at the joints. This is a pain, so some kind of fix should be included and explained with the product.
What others should know: Double check the sizing and then pull the trigger :-)
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