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18 reviews | 3.9 out of 5
No frills, CHEAP metal target serves my purpose. Beats changing targets and cleaning up bottles and clays used as targets. Mostly used with 800-1,000 fps springer air rifles and 22 rimfires beyond 20 yds.
i shot this with my ruger 10/22 .22LR and broke it in one shot metal peace fell off and leaves big dents in targets not wroth 17 dallors. i got one from basspro and i can shoot it with my 30 round clip and not damage the metal as much as i do to this one. order one from basspro and you will have no problem and wont be waste of your money
bad product :(
I'm using this target for my Gamo big cat in .22 cal when I get board. Stays in place when you put it in the ground an even when shot at close range in doesn't dent. Was surprised to see it flip around when shot with an air gun at about 50 feet. I wouldn't use this at close range with a .22 long rifle. If you plan on using a .22 lr just buy the .22 shorts since you wont need the extra power at close range. I may buy another one just to take on trips when I get board.
I have put alot of rounds in it with my 22LR. and it is holding up. It has some dints in it
but what do expect?
got three, no more picking up coke cans .
I bought This little target and am very pleased with what i paid for. Its great for back yard shooting with my M4 AEG Airsoft rifle. I have not tried with any .22 ammo but for airsoft, BB, and pellet guns its perfect. Its allot more convenient then paper targets or cans in my opinion. Stick it in the ground and fire away.
This item does exactly what it should. But after a couple hits from my Mossberg .22 lr it bent all out of shape. It seems like its meant more for air rifles, than any any real gun.
I feel that the metal on these targets is strong enough for a 22 caliber rifle. I am actually going to order an additional one I think that is so sturdy.
I only use it for air rifles. The spinners are heavy metal and only move a little when shot with a .177 cal pellet. I can't see being able to wear this out only using air guns. I do believe it would hold up well to .22 cal rim fire ammo. Arrived before promised in good condition. I am very satisfied.
Me and my buddy went shooting with a .22 a 30-30 and a 12 gauge shotgun. This thing was expected to fall apart but it didn't! It took a 12gauge slug to the frame and still was intact. It took 2 rounds from the 30-30 and was barely a dent in it. Great product. Well worth the 15$
I have only take 2 shots at it from 60 feet and both times it only swung the largest spinner. I was shooting 13.6 grain pellets from (i am waiting on a real air rifle so dont laugh) a winchester 77xs which claims 800fps. when chrony arrives next week i will check the fps. It is a solid spinner that you wont likely damage with an air rifle, though you .25 cal people might as i dont know what kind of fpe you can muster. when my .22 air rilfe arrives i will test with that and update on how well it stood up. should also be able to give fps and fpe information for those interested. At this point .. sturdy and worth the $16
This was bought as s gift for my husband. It is of good quality, was a little smaller that I had expected but performs well. Husband likes it.
Item is a challenge at 50 feet and over with open sights. The paddles and stand are smaller than they appear in the picture, but the measurements are correct. My break barrel rifle with .177 pellets doesn't move the paddles much, but it's easy to see a hit. A fun target and well worth the price.
I used this with a Marlin model 60 .22 shooting CCI standard velocity rounds and the targets worked as advertised. We had them spinning like windmills and the they took the rounds without a fuss. When I switched to my Ruger 10/22 shooting CCI mini mags, the targets got pretty bent, twisted and beat up after only two rounds each. So, if you keep your ammo velocity down, the targets are very good. Pick up the pace and then not so much.
Target does work but it does ricochet so wear protective glasses.
Took my son out for a day of shooting (22 cal.) ,, on the first shot the weld broke on the leg. By round 20 the targets were bent in half. I would have been better off using tin cans. And saving $15+ bucks,,,,,,,,,,,,,,