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Webley Air Rifle Pellet Trap, Max 1250 fps

Webley Air Rifle Pellet Trap, Max 1250 fps

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  • Webley air rifle pellet trap
  • Shoot only lead pellets at trap
  • Max 1250 fps
  • Do not shoot steel BBs, lead-free pellets or steel-tipped pellets at trap
  • Place trap at least 33 feet (10 meters) from muzzle
  • includes steel trap and 6 paper bullseye targets

Use indoors or outdoors with even powerful air rifles. Sometimes, pellets can ricochet, so remember to wear safety glasses and remove all pets from the area.

Item Code: WEB-APCR [PY-A-4788]

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By Wu from USA on 2013-08-10
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Things I liked: Compact and works well. I used 22 cal pellets from Crosman backpacker bug out pistol with the carbine stock. Trap was set up at 10 yards. I started with 3 pumps and worked up to 10 and all the pellets were trapped. You get the distinctive ring of a hit as you look for the telltale hole on the target.

Things I would have changed: The website didn't give any dimensions and I was surprised at the small size. I would suggest giving the dimensions in the product description.

What others should know: For the money, I would suggest the Gamo pellet trap. They use the same size targets. If you shoot high power pellet rifles and like robustness and ease of setting up, I would go with the Webley.


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