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Do-All Pigeon Perch

Item # 449401
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Key Features

  • Self-healing material withstands repeated hits

  • Fits standard 4.5" clay pigeons

  • Easy to set up and take down

  • Handles any caliber of firearm and even arrows

Our Price   $19.99

Availability: In Stock

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Product Description
doall_outdoors The self-healing Pigeon Perch clay target rest withstands repeated hits from anything from BB guns to high-power rifles and handguns to keep the fun going. Bullets pass through the material and the hole closes back up. The Pigeon Perch is easy to set up-just insert the rod into the bottom of the holder, push the assembly into the ground in front of a safe backstop, and slide a standard 4.5" clay pigeon into the holder's slot. Each pack includes 4 Pigeon Perches.


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Do-All Pigeon Perch     

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Do-All OutdoorsDo-All Pigeon Perch

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Lot of bangs for the buck!

By Smoke

from New Brighton, Mn

About Me Gun Collector

Verified Buyer


  • Easy to set up
  • Easy to store
  • Holds Clays Firmly
  • Lightweight
  • Takes Hits Well


  • Perch Rod Too Short

Best Uses

  • Target Practice

Comments about Do-All Outdoors Do-All Pigeon Perch:

It would be ideal if the perch rod was a little longer. Sits too low to the ground if placed in the sand, otherwise a great product! Easy fix but shouldn't have too.

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