Information about Do-All Outdoors Blast Back Rimfire Target - .22/.17
Closeouts. Forget about hoofing down range to reset targets. With the Do-All Outdoors Blast Back rimfire target, all it takes is one easy set up for hours of continuous shooting. Just shoot the black reset target and all targets pop back up for more shooting fun.
Unique Blast Back system keeps the shooting going without ever having to reset targets
Steel construction for durability
Solid wide-set base with angled, solid steel deflection plate
Reviewed by MJ from Augusta on Monday, November 1, 2010
Purchased this for my husband as an anniversary gift. Keeps husband entertained for hours, and he doesn't steal my paper plates to use as targets anymore. The only comment he had was that the third target was a little tricky & doesn't want to stay down once it's been hit. Of course, that just adds to the fun! Saw the same exact rimfire target at a chain sporting goods store, and it was easily $20 more.
Reviewed by Gary from Orlando Florida on Saturday, October 30, 2010
Purchased this unit with some reservation as plate racks even economy units are expensive,heavy and thus difficult to transport. Used this unit at the range yesterday for approx. 1,000 rounds and it held up well. The blast shield in front should be 1 inch or so higher to protect the inner linkage,springs and rods that the targets rotate on. I fixed this via a 1/2 inch board under the front legs and drilled holes in the board for the included ground spikes to stabilize. It worked great and in fact came home and ordered a 2nd unit.
Best Uses: Competitive Shooting, Self Defense, Tactical, Target Practice
Reviewed by Natchez from Reno, NV on Friday, June 18, 2010
Took this target out into the NV desert and had some fun shooting .22 LR at it. It worked fine. We used it at about 30 yards with a rifle and it seemed fine. The instructions say 100 yards for a rifle, 30 yards for a pistol, but the targets are only 4" each. It would be impossible to hit at 100 yards for most kids, even with a scoped .22. At 30 yards it was just fine. My nephew had a real blast shooting about 200 rounds at it. There was no apparent damage to the target at all; just the lead splatter. This is the first of the swinging type targets I have had that is heavy duty enough to really work and to hold up. It is over 30 lbs., so a bit of a pain to carry. But, otherwise a fine target. You will have to repaint it each time as the lead splatter covers/removes the paint up quickly. I did not use the stick on targets, as they would last just the one use. But, nothing a can of spray paint can't handle. If you do not mind the size and weight, this seems to be a good product for plinking.
Best Uses: Target Practice
Cons: Distance- see below, Heavy- 30 lbs, Lead covers the paint up
Describe Yourself: Occasional Shooter
Pros: Really works at resetting, Strudy, Well built quality