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Things I liked: The steel plate I added to the purchase> Good design and if some you filks do not like the soft wood frame just take the time and make your frame from hard wood, oak, ash or heart wood from a good tree.
Things I would have changed: The list price is about $15.00 too highso just buy with a discount or buy one and make your own wood frame.
What others should know: Buy It!!!
Things I liked: Very quiet, excellent pellet trap.
Things I would have changed: A little pricey.
What others should know: I also own the non-metal plate version and love it (have had it for about 7 years). Got this one for my higher powered .22 pellet rifles. Like my first one I added a handle to the top which makes it much easier to carry. I cut out target frames from foam board, clip the targets to it, and slide the frame into the slot on the trap-fits perfect.
Things I liked: The Quiet Pellet Trap performed as advertised with the ballistic Putty inside. The steel backing is a nice extra, although none of my shots have penetrated that for yet. I think removing pellets buried in the putty will be tedious. I haven't attempted that yet.
Things I would have changed: The wood frame needs to be enlarged slightly to allow a little more error when shooting at side edge bulls and top line bulls. A high speed errant pellet will splinter the wood frame.
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Are these traps recommended for the colt peacemakers? i only know fps of my guns..what would be min/max fps range required for shooting this trap?
Sure, the Colt SAA air pistols would be fine
I only see rifle targets available for this trap. Are there any B40 AP targets available for this size that will slide into the trap?
Very surprised by the comment below that the Daisy 747 with muzzle velocity in the 375 area across a variety of pellets doesn't penetrate. First of all, can others confirm this experience with a 747 or other lower velocity guns? BTW, was the pellet a wadcutter? Could that make a difference vs a rounded head? I would LOVE to shoot my 747 indoors, but . . . . Thanks, Mark
This pistol, producing 2 FPE or less, using around a 7-8gr pellet, and using a wad-cutter type, CAN produce bounce-back. Use pointed/round and should have no issues.