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Do-All Outdoors Bullet Box, Pellet & Rimfire Trap, 10"x11"

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  • Do-All Outdoors Bullet Box
  • For airgun and rimfire gun projectiles*
  • Assembly required (detailed instructions included)
  • Powder-coated heavy-duty steel
  • Monster clip securely holds paper targets
  • 10"x11" target area
  • Place trap at least 15 ft from gun's muzzle
  • Wear proper ear and eye protection
  • Always have a backstop in case you miss the trap
  • Projectiles may ricochet
  • Weight: 20 lbs

*AIRGUN AMMO: Use only lead pellets. Do not use steel BBs or any pellet that has steel or other metal components that aren't lead. RIMFIRE AMMO: Use only soft-nose .17- and .22-caliber bullets.

Serious airgunners need a serious trap, and this one's up to it!

While many airgunners use less robust traps, the magnum airguns produced these days are quickly outpacing the ability of those traps to safely and repeatedly stop your shots. Since this trap is built to take hits from rimfire guns, which are more powerful than airguns, you'll have a lot more peace of mind with the Do-All Outdoors Bullet Box downrange.

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Item Code: DA-BT222 [PY-A-5281]
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By MileHighAirGunner from USA on 2020-06-29
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Things I liked: I have had this trap for many years now. It is heavy and durable but only ok. There are gaps where the sides bolt together. You will get lead back splash with higher power air guns or when shooting close range. Makes a mess of trying to shoot indoors. The lead fragments will leak out from gaps. I sealed up the gaps with caulking as others have mentioned. It is also loud and not very conducive for stealthy backyard shooting in a suburban neighborhood or shooting indoors. I quickly tired of the clanging from pellet impacts. I later learned about rubber mulch traps from the airgun forums and got the idea to stuff this trap full of rubber mulch. I pack the rubber mulch in very tight and I tape cardboard over the front to hold it all in. I use two layers of cardboard as it seems to hold up longer and holds the mulch in better as you shoot out the cardboard. Add layers of tape periodically and then replace as needed. Now the trap is very quiet. No more backsplash from fragmented pellets.

Things I would have changed: Better fit on how the sides bolt together.

What others should know: I would not recommend buying this trap for the purpose of turning it into a rubber mulch trap. But If you already have one and are tired of the clanging from pellet impacts and tired of the mess from lead fragments leaking out through the gaps try it. it is so much better now and I like my trap way more now.


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By Donald from USA on 2020-06-16
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Things I liked: So much better then putting targets up on plywood, and the mess is contained in the box.


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By Wayne from USA on 2020-06-13
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Things I liked: It's heavy and sturdy,Stops ,22's.Easy assembly.

Things I would have changed: Maybe add some kind of sealant to the seams in the metal to prevent frag/spall from leaking out.

What others should know: It's a great purchase.


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  • larry from USA asked:

    what caliber of airgun will it stop?

    • Tyler from USA:

      It's made for rimfires - so realistically, anything below 100-150 FPE should be fine.

  • Susan from USA asked:

    Can you use lead and/or steel BB's with this?

    • Tyler from USA:

      Lead ammo would be fine. Steel BBs will ricochet

  • Roberto from USA asked:

    Can I use the Dust Devil tangible bb's on this trap?

    • Tyler from USA:

      Sure can

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