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Things I liked: The size is adequate. Read reviews of welded models that our noisy. Found this model that is bolted together to be quiet.
Things I would have changed: Fit and finish is a little crude. Maybe lm being a little picky, after all it is a trap.
What others should know: I use a cardboard backer, and do not have any problems with the targets laying flat, or with ricochets.
Things I liked: I'm surprised how practical this trap is in my backyard. Light weight makes it easy to take outdoors for daily use and then bring back indoor for storage away from the weather. Accepts many sizes of paper targets; my favorite for this trap is "National Target 5 Bull Red Center Air Rifle Target".
Things I would have changed: Eliminate the small gaps between the plate, which allow small lead chips to fall out of the trap when setting down for storage and when emptying the used pellets.
What others should know: In stronger wind the paper target will flutter, since the clip holds only the top of the paper. That is a good indicator to hold your shot, thereby avoiding inaccuracy by the wind.
Things I liked: Have one of these traps and it works great. Only have use it for pellets. One thing I noticed this morning, when shooting PCP .22 with the Gamo Rocket the BB bounced back out of the trap.
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I have an Airforce Texan 457. Is this strong enough for my rifle? Absolutely not at point blank...
what caliber of airgun will it stop?
It's made for rimfires - so realistically, anything below 100-150 FPE should be fine.
Can you use lead and/or steel BB's with this?
Lead ammo would be fine. Steel BBs will ricochet