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1-year limited warranty
List Price $19.95 Save $3.00 (15%)
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Things I liked: It's very easy to change targets; just drop them into place. I have a larger Crosman 853 pellet trap and don't use it that much because it doesn't hold targets as conveniently as the Gamo. The included targets are of very good quality. Heck... for the price, it's like buying 100 targets and getting the trap for free!
Things I would have changed: I add some reinforcement under the little pellet deflector tab in the throat of the target. On the first Gamo Cone Pellet Trap I purchased, this little tab eventually bent inwards and pellets occasionally bounce back out, sometimes (but rarely) knocking the target out of the trap.
Things I liked: Excellent product at a reasonable price. Lead BBs at 520 fps do fine with this, even though some manage to deflect outward they only make it to an inch or two the front of the trap and the new frangible BBs become dust.
What others should know: I had one similar as a kid (in the 60s) but didn't have soft BBs and it was dangerous, BUT with newer frangible and/or coated lead BBs this would have been what it is now, near perfect. Put something around it like plywood and it is perfect. In the house I surrounded it with old magazines and at one point paper towel rolls on each side and behind.
Things I liked: Works good.
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: Smaller than you would think but for ten meters you shouldnt miss...
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Will this trap last shooting 1,000 FPS lead ammo at it? What is minimal distance?
In .177 it will last a good while, but eventually, the tab that deflects the pellets down will bend. I wouldn't use it any closer than 10 yards
Will this trap stand on its own? or does it need to be drilled onto a wall?
If you put it on a flat surface, it will stand on it's own
Can I use it with BB'S?
Not recommended for steel BB's - these can ricochet and hit you if you hit the metal edge that holds the paper target. (Talking from experience).