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2X Earn 56 Bullseye Bucks
List Price $32.95 Save $5.00 (15%)
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Things I liked: Well built and easy to use
Things I liked: Impressive. Good quality pellet trap for air guns. Not suitable for over .22 cal. Sturdy, and solid enough that it stays where you set it.
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: Recommend using a backstop of 3/4 inch plywood in urban areas. Makes the neighbors feel you are responsible.
Things I liked: I like this Pellet Trap I think it's a lot better than my Old Crossman one ?? The Ballistic Curtains seem a lot thicker than the Crossman Trap has and I think it's going to do a good job for me. I only shot with it once but I did check it out when it come in. I'm hoping that it will be easy to change cardboard front that's why I bought it. I'm tired of pulling plugs out then losing them, this trap should let me slide a new cardboard front right in it. We will see ?
Things I would have changed: Maybe thicker steel in the back if possible ???
What others should know: This is a very nice Pellet Trap for the price so you can shoot at home. I really like it, it seems solid and the Ballistic Curtains are nice and heavy. Only time will tell how easy it will be to change the cardboard front but I think I'll be fine with it, the cardboard that came with it seems very thin so I may have to find thinner cardboard to put in the front ( I don't know yet ) ?? I do think it's a great trap for the house and think it will be a lot better that my old run down one, that's for sure. I highly recommend this trap for anyone who shoots in the house. Get one today, PA has everything I need to shoot and have a BLAST. Shoot Straight And Have Fun !!!
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Same question as Fred. What happened to the replacement ballistic curtains PA used to sell? I also had them on my PA wish list and now it's gone!
They have been discontinued
PA used to carry replacement ballistic curtains for this trap. I can't find them on the website. Do they still carry them?
They have been discontinued
I had read that this trap will only allow cardboard inserts that are 1/8" thick, but I have made over 100 replacement cardboards for my old Crosman 852 Pellet Trap that are 3/16" thick and wondered if they will fit in this trap. Does anybody know if 3/16" cardboard will slide into the front of this trap? Thank you in advance for any help.
You should be able to use 3/16 cardboard, just be sure the corrugation ribs run vertical and not horizontal, this allows you to compress the edges of the cardboard to slide down through the guides. If the ribs run horizontal it becomes more troublesome to compress the edges and doesn't slide as easily. I once use 1/4" inch cardboard in mine, although that was a pretty snug fit.