Do - All Traps® Air Strike Pellet Trap

Item # WX2-24519

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Do - All Traps® Air Strike Pellet Trap.

Hours of plinking fun await! Durable, all-steel construction takes shot after shot. Includes interchangeable spinning targets. You can also add your own paper targets or hanging sillouettes.

Note: for .177 pellets only, never use BB's. Use with max. 800 F.P.S. air guns. Measures 7 1/4 x 9"h. Weighs 2 lbs., 9 ozs.

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Please Note: Item only has 1 target holding rod, targets are interchangeable on the rod. Not 2 rods as shown in the photo.

Reviews

Customer Reviews

4 stars
(11) 1-6 of 23 Reviews
  1. 5 stars
    Trap was smaller than I expected but was easy to put together and works up to 30 yards with rifle.
  2. 3 stars
    Haven't tried it yet, but it looks like a good pellet trap and good value. The info supplied with the trap is confusing because the assembly sheet says "minimum distance of fifteen feet", another sheet says for targets rated for 1100 fps "minimum distance 25 yards" and the back of the box says "at 1100 fps minimum distance of 30 yards". Those discrepancies could end up getting someone hit with a ricochet (or possibly damaging the pellet trap?)! That needs to be clarified!
  3. 3 stars
    SALES SAID IT WAS GOOD FOR BB's INSTRUCTIONS SAY NO BB's PELLETS ONLY. CAN BE MADE TO WORK WITH BB's BY INSTALLING A CARD BOARD TARGET INFRONT OF TRAP IN PROVIDED GROVES. BUT DENTS BAD AND DOES NOT ALWAYS TRAP BB's SOME DO GET OUT. WOULD NEVER RECOMMEND SHOOTING IT WITH A HI-POWDERED BB RIFLE AS I THINK THEY WOULD GO RIGHT THROUGH ITS THIN GUAGE SHEET METAL.
  4. 5 stars
    Easy set up. Seems solid enough.
  5. 3 stars
    it is ok. a little pricey for what you get.
  6. 5 stars
    Items as described. It is what it is. Pretty much what I expected.
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