GAMO USA Rocker Target Trap
For use with lead air gun pellets and lead shot
6.5"H x 8"W x 6.5"D
Weighs 5 lbs.
Availability: Sold Out
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Q:Can I use this with a .223 round?Asked on 8/29/2010 by Jose
A:yes only use lead pellets on it i recomend .22 gamo lead pellets for it,the .22 would go right through itAnswered on 12/31/2010 by buzz from indiana
Q:doese your amo go to the bottom affter you shot the bullets at hte targetAsked on 11/2/2009 by Anonymous
A:well yes it would if you where to use led bullets becaust it absorves the power and slows it down to fall in the captureAnswered on 11/21/2009 by jr from houston,tx
A:yes it does
it will sometimes get stuck in the top but not all the time.Answered on 4/24/2010 by sjkdlkljkfljklgklsd from louiosville ohio
Q:is there a required distance foe using this target?Asked on 12/28/2008 by the airgun man from columbus, OH
A:There is no required distance for using this target. However, the gun must have a muzzle velocity of less than 750 fps and you can only shoot lead pellets at this target.Answered on 1/13/2009 by Davin at Gander Tech from Greenville, NC
Q:will this work with a 800fps .22 pellet gunAsked on 12/18/2008 by Anonymous
A:possibly I have a Daisy that is 750 fps and bb,s dent the metal, but don't go through.Answered on 1/20/2009 by DAD from Lowell, IN
A:I would not recommend it. 800 fps in a .22 caliber air rifle has more energy than a 0.177 caliber pellet at 750 fps. There is an excellent chance you'll shoot through the back of the trap.
For your rifle, I would recommend an actual "bullet trap" that is suitable for 0.17 and 0.22 caliber rimfire firearms.Answered on 2/2/2009 by ScotD from Howell, MI
Q:What would be the harm in using this target with a bb gun?Asked on 12/16/2008 by Ed from Baraboo, WI
A:Most BB's are coated and are steel. As a result of this they may ricochet back at the shooter instead of going into the trap. It is for lead pellets only because lead is soft and will absorb the energy and fall in the trap.Answered on 12/18/2008 by Josh from Gander Mountain