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1-year limited warranty
List Price $99.99 Save $20.00 (20%)
Air Venturi Zinger Gallery Target
Test your marksmanship with the Air Venturi Zinger Gallery Target. You control how fast the targets move and test your skill level to see how your shooting improves over time. If you don't hit the target paddle before it gets to the end it automatically flips down, and then resets before the next rotation.
Set this target up and get ready for hours of fun and shooting practice. Make a competition out of it with your family and friends to see who is the fastest and most accurate shooter.
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Things I liked: Great for learning to shoot at moving target. Lots of fun.
Things I liked: I took it out of the box, put batteries in it turned it on and it moved the targets along just fine. I liked the fact that I could speed them up or slow them down.
Things I would have changed: I would attach one more target to it. It goes through batteries pretty fast.
What others should know: Tons of fun shooting a moving target. Really sharpens the eye.
Things I liked: It's a great idea with the moving targets
Things I would have changed: Quality is mediocre at best. First target I received quit working after about 15 hours of use. Pyramid Air replaced it right away and hassell free. Second target arrived, wire disconnected, track is bent, and a bracket was off. The bent track causes the targets to fall over early losing 1/3 of the target track. The targets also will tip over if a low hit is made on the metal trap, of you get bored trying for the paddles, you can even hit low on purpose and skip the pellets into the paddles...I'm using a FWB300S at approximately 20 yards.
What others should know: I would not recommend this target unless you plan on some tinkering with it and don't expect a whole lot. With a little work and design changes, it could be a very fun target. Also the second target I received is of a slightly different design as well over the first version. The new one has 2 paddles (not 3), both a bit smaller I believe, and a guide for them to lay on when tipped over.
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Is this a chain drive or belt drive system?
Any idea where to get replacement orange target stickers?
I was using the stick on shoot n see's for a while, but started to just spray paint the paddles, that's a heck of a lot less expensive.
Would this be able to be used at 15' (5 meters) with pellet pistols shooting at 425 fps and less?
Yes, it should work without an issue.