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Air Venturi Zinger Gallery Target

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Air Venturi Zinger

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Air Venturi Zinger Gallery Target

  • Automatic target system with adjustable speed
  • Three (3) target paddles move continually from left to right
  • Target dimensions: 25.5" x 7.5" x 7.5"
  • Target paddles 1.6" diameter each
  • Target paddles are spaced approximately 16" apart
  • Target paddles flip down when hit
  • Speeds adjust from 0 to 15 feet per minute
  • Uses six (6) AA batteries (not included)
  • Designed for use at a minimum distance of 10 yards
  • For use with airguns with muzzle energy not to exceed 20 fpe
  • Minimum recommended distances (for .177 caliber rifles and pistols):
    • For CO2 pellet pistols and rifles shooting between 300-600 fps: 10 yards
    • For rifles shooting 600-800 fps: 10-15 yards
    • For rifles shooting in excess of 800 fps: 20 yards or more

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.





Item Code: AV-T0110 [PY-A-7381]
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By dave on 2020-07-02
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Things I liked: Can't say. Bought this new hoping to pick up new skill and have fun. Device sat in box for months while I had to undergo 2 surgeries and move houses. Just took it out 2 days ago, put in batteries released restraining ties and turned on power. The light turned on. Then turned on rheostat control. NOTHING !!! Pyramyd declined to support this and referred me to Air Venturi where I got no responses to calls either answered calls or messages returned. Only after some research did I find out that Air Venturi and Pyramyd share the same address so this was a bogus passing of the buck. For a repeat customer from pyramyd this was very poor customer service, and the deceitful "referral" to Air Venturi was equally disappointing.

Things I would have changed: Never got a chance to tell

What others should know: Better quality. A device should work after being left untouched in its original box IMHO.

 

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By Charles from USA on 2020-06-30
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Things I liked: When it worked, it really worked!

Things I would have changed: Wire connecting motor to batteries broke after a month. I followed all instructions closely and never abused the target.

What others should know: I emailed PyramidAir a week ago and haven't received a reply. I'll update this review if things change.

 

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By Kenneth from USA on 2020-01-01
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Things I liked: Great for learning to shoot at moving target. Lots of fun.

 

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  • Bart from USA asked:

    Is this a chain drive or belt drive system?

    • Mark from USA:

      Belt drive.

  • Gerald from Canada asked:

    Any idea where to get replacement orange target stickers?

    • Tyler from USA:

      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.

  • Peter from USA asked:

    Would this be able to be used at 15' (5 meters) with pellet pistols shooting at 425 fps and less?

    • Tyler from USA:

      Yes, it should work without an issue.

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