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Gamo LED Light Airgun Target Trap,

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  • Gamo LED light airgun target trap
  • Corrosion-resistant powder coating
  • Durable construction
  • Precision target system
  • Red, yellow and white LED lights
  • Automatic reset function
  • Portable and easy to set up
  • For airguns shooting .177-caliber lead pellets with a muzzle velocity of 750 fps or less

Do not use this target at distances closer than 15 ft. The pellets could fragment on impact and cause injury or even ricochet and bounce back to the firing line. Do not use steel BBs or alloy pellets. Use only .177-caliber lead pellets. Do not shoot at this target with guns exceeding 750 fps muzzle velocity.

Need to shoot something besides paper and tin cans? This fun reactive target makes a game out of accuracy by illuminating the LED lights based on which color target paddle you hit. The simple reset mechanism lets you start the fun all over again.

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Item Code: GA-62112211354 [PY-A-5062]

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4.0 4.0

By Don from USA on 2018-03-17
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2.01 rating

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Things I liked: It's a fun target for indoor shooting. It lights up for the color you hit. It's fun to shoot at

Things I would have changed: I would give it a little more space between colors. As you shoot at it sometimes a piece of lead or something gets caught between the colors and it will light up more than one at a time.

What others should know: for those of us lazy people this is the target to have. You just stay in one place and shoot. The lights tell you what color you hit.


2.0 2.0

2.0 2.0

By Ralph from USA on 2017-06-01
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3.01 rating

Things I liked: Good concept; however, see below.

Things I would have changed: Shipping this item is a huge embarrassment for Gamo: no instructions are included; the switch was in pieces and could not be reassembled (substituted my own); one nut holding LED's was rattling around and the other was loose; accessing the battery compartment requires disassembly; target rings required lubrication to swing freely.

What others should know: Save your money and buy a different target.


5.0 5.0

5.0 5.0

By micheljgaudet from USA on 2016-01-11
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5.02 ratings

Things I liked: I hope SOMEHOW 'PA' can incorporate yesterdays AND this updated review, because this IS an UPDATE to the review of this item I just did YESTERDAY! Because I took the advice of a SEVEN YEAR OLD earlier today, I now LOVE this thing... LMSBO! Read below for more.

Things I would have changed: Well, I do not know if the FIRST review will get out there to read, but my MAIN complaint was how, even when hitting the red, and JUST the red target, the darn yellow, and sometimes BOTH yellow & white lights come on, and sometimes the red won't even light... grrrr. I mentioned how I was THINKING about how I might try and somehow DESENSITIZE the thing, as I THINK the SHOCK of the pellets is causing the lights coming on even when I do NOT hit the yellow and white rings. Earlier today (about 10am) I am yakkin' to a friend of mine about my earlier review, telling how slow-mo-cam shows that I just hit the RED LED TARGET, but other lights come on, with much elaboration about how I THINK the other lights are just TOO sensitive or such. Her seven year old girl is intently paying attention, and little girl says, "Excuse me, but if you want JUST the red light to come on, why not just turn off the yellow and white light? Can you switch them off?" READ BELOW!

What others should know: FROM THE MOUTHS OF BABIES! I have installed THREE tiny micro switches, one for each set of LEDs. For general shooting, and also to keep my sanity (I KNOW I JUST HIT THAT DARN RED TARGET, DANG IT!!!), I just have the RED LED switched to the on position, other times either one or both of the other two. I have definitely verified that you really have to HIT the RED target for the LED to light. For some reason, the SHOCK of the pellet hitting elsewhere does NOT turn the LED on, and now I LOVE this thing. I'm gonna contact 'GAMO' to suggest that maybe they should have another version where just the ONE RED LED lights up, or install separate LED switches for the lights. Seriously, this would lend itself very well for shooting at WAY over 10 meters or more, because you are basically REALLY wanting to get your aim very accurate for small game hunting. So, when that ONE RED LED lights up, you KNOW you are doing something right with your shots... RIGHT? And for THIS one, make a LARGER LED!


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  • Triggerhappy from USA asked:

    What is the diameter of the outer ring. I'm looking for a pistol target.