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Umarex Drop Shot Airgun Deer Target
The Umarex Drop Shot Airgun Deer Field Target is a blast! When the colored kill zone is hit, the target falls. As your skill increases, decrease the size of the kill zone with one of the solid steel kill zone reducers. Includes anchoring stakes and reset pull cord.
Most field target clubs in the U.S. limit guns to 20 ft-lbs. or less. You will damage the target (and possibly the mechanism) if you shoot at it with larger-caliber pellets.
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Things I liked: Don't abuse this target with a greater than 20FPE gun and the metal is plenty thick enough to last years. It is identical to the Gamo knock down target design and the faceplates are interchangeable. These are currently $5 less expensive than the Gamos. They use the same cheap pin and push nut fasteners that come loose and fall apart on Gamo targets with extensive use. For a competition course, they need a little hardware upgrade for reliability. I bought 5 units and some aftermarket Quality Targets faceplates for variety. If PyramydAir ever gets back to holding 15% discount sales, I'll probably buy more to complete a set for our gun club.
Things I would have changed: Change the hardware. Remove the pin and push nut hardware. The front target hinge can be rplaced with a 21/2" 1/4-20 bolt and thin lock nut. You'll have to drill out the hole just slightly. The target paddle linkage fasteners can be replaced with 8-32 1/2" bolts with regular locking nuts. The faceplates use wingnuts that can be replaced with 1/4-28 nuts. Make the hardware upgrades and you'll have reliable targets.
Things I liked: APPEARS TO BE WELL MADE. HAVEN'T USED IT YET. WILL UPDATE REVIEW LATER IF ITEM IS FAULTY.
Things I would have changed: NOTHING
Things I liked: Reliability, consistent fall when hit; ease of changing kill zones
Things I would have changed: Provide reset cord that is better resistant to UV rays.
What others should know: I have 35 of these field targets on my private range. These steel targets hold up well to the elements. Re-painting when needed and oiling the spring keeps the targets in tip-top condition. They are impervious to lead pellets shot from my stable of high velocity springers: Diana models 48, 52, 56, and Vortek powered 350 Magnum. The kill zone paddles fall to my medium powered springers, too.
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