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Things I liked: Heavy construction, will last a lifetime. Mine stays outside 24/7/365 unprotected. I'm considering buying a couple more to place in different locations on my property to shoot at different distances.
Things I would have changed: I added aluminum angled bars along the vertical front edges, attached with pop rivets, to hold 1/8 in. plywood backer for the paper target. Lots of lead splash back. I've shot a lot of .22 LR as well as pellet guns. The target holding clip is flimsy and won't last long. I use binder clips from the office supply store. Would be nice to have in a larger size. Some sound dampening would be good, but would add to the overall cost.
What others should know: Generates lots of lead dust, I personally would not use inside unless you do something to contain the dust.
Things I liked: This trapisheavily constructed & does an excellent job stopping pellets from my .22 cal. Benjamin Mayhem. The box it comes in says it will handle standard non mag . 22 rifle ammo. It would be even better if it were a bit wider ...
Things I would have changed: Make it a bit larger
What others should know: Place a cardboard or carpet backer on the target clip behind the target
Things I liked: Very heavy gauge steel. Stops .25 cal at 840 plus ft. per sec.with little to no noticeable damage.
Things I would have changed: Maybe I would round out the back and bottom corners with a deeper trap on the bottom.
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Anybody try shooting this with a .17HMR round? It's smaller than a .22 but the muzzle vel for the 17grain HMR is 2550fps and a 30 gr .22 is only 1650fps, if that matters.
Can this trap withstand 165 fpe from the 357 Recluse?
Description states no bigger than 22 LR .
If it can handle the Bulldog that's getting around 200 ft/lbs of energy, will it hold up to the Sam Yang Light Hunter that is .45 caliber? The KE is right around 200 ft/lbs as well, so the two calibers are relatively comparable in that regard.
Same as above .