As your accuracy increases, you can reduce the kill-zone by inserting one of the reducers. The kill-zone without a reducer is 1-1/2" wide. The reducers take the kill zone down to 1-1/8", 3/4", 1/2" and 3/8"
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Great airgun fun. When the colored kill zone is hit, the target falls. To reset, simply pull the cord. Target and kill-zone reducers are solid steel construction. Includes anchoring stakes and reset pull cord.
While Gamo does not provide a max velocity or energy for this target, field target clubs in the U.S. usually limit guns to 20 ft-lbs or less. You will damage the target (and possibly the mechanism) if you shoot at it with more powerful guns or larger-caliber pellets. Gamo states that you should place the target no closer than 25 yards.
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Things I liked: Fairly sturdy. Hook on pop in holes holds them in place pretty well. Only shooting at 20Yds, so I brazed a smaller washer on the smallest hole. Works great.
Things I would have changed: Add one more hole that is smaller for closer shooting.
What others should know: Need to bolt it to a heavy base so you can easily pull it back up. Easier to pull up if you set it so it does not fall completely down.
Things I liked: The target makes for entertaining recreational shooting.
Things I liked: very good target! works Ok
Things I would have changed: Replace the pins with lock nuts & bolts. attach the rings!
What others should know: over priced! the UMAREX Deer is the same target and is $5 less!
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i have a crosman stealth fury 2,it claims to shoot 1200fps,but i use a crosman ultra magnum round top lead pellet that weighs 10.4 grains.how can i tell how many ft lbs my gun is shooting? and at 10 yards will it hurt this target in any way?
I agree totally with Tyler, But and that's a big But if you use the 1200F.P.S. number and the 10.4 that works out to 33.78 foot pounds.
You would need a chronograph to actually determine the true velocity of a specific pellet in your rifle. Without it, you're just guessing.
will this withstand hits from a .25 lead pellets from a Trail XL?
I know for sure that gun isn't shooting 25 gr. Pellets at 900 fps and not getting any where near 44 ft lbs of energy. 25 ft pounds tops. The new hatsan 30 cal gets 33 ft lbs and that is the most powerful Springer by far. Don't believe me get a chronograph. The xl will shoot 14 grain pellets around 900 ish. This will do fine I use it with my xl
NO! With the XL you're shooting app. 900F.P.S. and if you use a 25 gr. pellet you're putting out app.44 FT.LBS. These field targets will begin to show damage @ 20 FT.LBS.
.177 lead pellets @ 850 to 1,100 fps how will this target hold up at 10 yards? Suggestions? Thank you
.177 is fine for hunting I've killed hundreds of rabbits and squirrels with a gamo shadow 1000 I had tuned to shoot 8gr pellets at 850 fps. The English use sub 12 ft pound guns and do so in .177 shot placement is key
This target should hold up fine. The key to this question is how heavy is the pellet are you planning to use. A 8.0 grain pellet @1100F.P.S.produces just a little over 21 ft.lb.s. In other words it's the ft.lb.s that does the damage not so much the feet per second.
.177 ? should hold up, depending on how strong the steel is. Remember the velocity is high but that does not make it do a whole lot of damage. For hunting rabbits or squirrel use a 18+ .22 or .25 cal for best results. .177 does not do much internal damage.