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Gamo Cone Pellet Trap, Collapsible, 100 Paper Targets

Gamo Cone Pellet Trap, Collapsible, 100 Paper Targets

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  • Description
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  • Gamo cone pellet trap
  • Heavy steel construction
  • Collapsible
  • Accepts 5.5"x5.5" targets
  • 5.5"x5.75"x7.5"
  • 1.9 lbs.
  • Some assembly required
  • Includes 100 paper targets
  • Use only .177-caliber lead pellets with a muzzle velocity of 1,000 fps or less

Hone your shooting skills with Gamo's high-quality cone pellet trap. The trap can be used freestanding or hung on a wall. Recommended for use with lead airgun ammo only.

Do NOT use steel BBs when shooting at this trap. BBs can rebound and ricochet, causing permanent injury to the eyes. Everyone in the area should wear safety glasses when someone is shooting.

Do not leave the cone trap exposed to the outdoors. Take it inside when not in use. Have a suitable backstop in the event you miss the cone trap.

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Item Code: GA-6212204354 [PY-A-70]

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By walter shipman from USA on 2016-08-09
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Things I liked: Easy to assemble - yes, you have to assemble it - i did it in 5 minutes. Compact, apprx 5" x 5" frontal area (targets are 5" x 5"), 7" front to back.

Things I would have changed: Sturdier material - it's made of a relatively light gauge steel, pellets from a powerful gun, say 7 - 800 fps or better, are going to dent it like crazy, if you are close at all. Better quality control: once the sides were assembled, they did not want to slide into the base unit - got about half-way and stuck, had to use physical persuasion and a rubber mallet to finish the job. And, you want it to be all the way into the base as the deflector is not lined up correctly, else. I agree with another reviewer, it would be nice 'twere larger. Also be nice if they'd designed the thing to fit over the end of a standard piece of dimensional lumber, 2x2, 2x4, etc.

What others should know: It comes in 5 pieces (sides, top, bottom, and base + 8 acorn nuts). Assembly is straightforward, just be sure to put the 'top' on top, otherwise your targets will not slide in, and the cone will not slide into the base. As to stuffing rags, etc., behind the deflector, after reading B.B. Pelletier's "Worlds Best Pellet Trap", i use rubber mulch both behind the deflector and behind the target (had to add an extra layer of cardboard behind the target to prevent the mulch from 'leaking' out, tho'. Added benefit: Lower noise!


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By carl from USA on 2016-07-19
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Things I liked: Target slides right in from top, 100 good viewable (from a distance )target centers, And it captures the lead.

Things I would have changed: Make the back flap that stops the pellet heavy duty so it does not bend so easy

What others should know: Stuff with foam or just rags to protect the rear stop piece from bending. (you can this thing last alot longer at close range) Use these at 25 and 50 yards with HW 95s 177 and 22 no problem if they are full of foam. Last 10,000 shots or so. 1,000 without.


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5.0 5.0

By Victor from USA on 2016-06-14
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Things I liked: Easy to setup I use it on several air rifle

Things I would have changed: None

What others should know: Just Read instructions don't use a rifle that shoots at 1200 and get to close


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  • Thomas from USA asked:

    Will this trap last shooting 1,000 FPS lead ammo at it? What is minimal distance?

    • Tyler from USA:

      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

  • Joshua from USA asked:

    Will this trap stand on its own? or does it need to be drilled onto a wall?

    • Tyler from USA:

      If you put it on a flat surface, it will stand on it's own

  • Donald from USA asked:

    Can I use it with BB'S?

    • Joern from USA:

      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).

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