Target shown from the back, where the 2 kill-zone reducers are shown hinged to the target. Use either the larger kill zone that's in the body of the target, or slide down one of the kill-zone reducers.
The target face is attached to the base and will fall back if the kill zone is hit with a pellet and sufficient energy. Split pellets may not have enough energy to knock it back.
Includes 4 anchor pins and reset string.
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Things I liked: holds up well, easy to use. the kill zone rings are attached
Things I would have changed: replace the pins and slip washers with lock nuts and bolts! add a small chain to the reset line Hard to knock down with a Daisy Model 25 & smartshot My Crosman 1377 needs to be pumped up all the way
What others should know: Knocks down harder than the Gamo Squirrel (needs more power) 5 pumps on a 1377 will not knock it down but 10 pumps will
Things I liked: Well built, sturdy and comes with great strong anchors.
Things I would have changed: My ability to control the wind. I was peeling pellets off the crow body but was unable hit the kill zone out 50 yards in high wind. I was to stubborn to move it closer, certain I could pull off the shot. I failed, not the product. They are a little pricey but worth it.
What others should know: Great fun to have, build a collection of them. My friends and I were excited by the look of my field target range.
Things I liked: They are easy out of the box targets. Quality is better than I expected for the money. I bought 3 and all worked as they should. They are fun to shoot and provide good pratice
Things I would have changed: For the price nothing
What others should know: I like them for personal use but I think they would need to have some mods done before you used them for competition.
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Has anyone found a way to make this automatically pop back up? Big rubber band perhaps?