The Do-All Outdoors .22/.17 Caliber Bullet Box offers a portable and safe shooting range for your air gun or rimfire rifle or pistol. The heavy-duty steel construction and powder-coat paint provides durability, and the monster clip securely holds a paper target. 10" x 11" target area. Instructional DVD included.
Features and Benefits
For use with air guns and soft-nose .22 or .17 caliber rimfire rifles and pistols
Monster clip for a paper target
Portable and easy to set up
Instructional DVD included
Heavy-duty steel construction with powder-coat paint
10" x 11" target area
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What's in the Box
Do-All Outdoors .22/.17 Caliber Bullet Box
Rated 5 out of
Bullet BoxAwesome for practice and a Great Price!
Shipping was a little light as the box was tore open and the clip that holds
the target was broken which was no big deal though.
Date published: 2017-03-02
Rated 5 out of
Bullet BoxVery handy and lightweight indoor/outdoor bullet trap. I enjoy shooting and this allows year round practice - inside and not affected by rain or snow.
Date published: 2017-01-11
Rated 1 out of
NOT assembly friendly.This review is totally negative about putting this trap together. There was no instructional DVD in the box. It actually took two people to get the thing together. The threads on the screws and back of the trap were not matched and it was almost impossible to get the screws started into the slots on the back. I finally had to get one size smaller bolt size and use lock washers & nuts to hold the back to the sides. The trap itself, once completed, actually worked well. It's such a shame that manufacturing is so sub-standard.
Date published: 2016-09-28
Rated 3 out of
Peter G from
For slow lead projectiles only.I'm an avid shooter who enjoys both firearms and Co2 pistols/rifles. I bought this to serve as a dual trap/backstop for .22 LR and Co2 shooting. At 20 feet with Lead pellets out of a Winchester M-14(Max 700 FPS), It stopped each one with only the expected paint getting chipped off the back plate. I know that it states not to use steel BB's but I tried it anyway using a piece of cloth behind the target paper to catch the ricochet. These small .177 BB flying at ~400 FPS left dimples in the backplate. I guess the metal is just plain steel and not an alloy that is capable of stopping hard projectiles without damage. I would definitely only use this with firearms at the recommended distances of at least 25 yards for .22 LR and 100 yards for .17 rimfire since the bullets have slowed enough for the trap to absorb them. Shoot Safely.