Birchwood Casey Gallery Resetting Target for .22 Rimfire

Priced: $34.99 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 9 reviews.
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Birchwood Casey Gallery Resetting Target for .22 Rimfire - The Birchwood Casey Gallery Resetting Target for .22 Rimfire provides a convenient resetting design so you don't have to interrupt your shooting to reset your target. Simply shoot the resetting target after you've shot all four hanging targets and they will drop back down for another round. The solid-steel targets feature twist-designed paddles with no welds to break. The target sets up easily with no assembly required and folds flat for storage. If cratering or bending occurs from use, simply turn the target around and shoot the reverse side to straighten it.
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  • 2.5" paddles for challenging practice
  • Resetting target eliminates walking back and forth
  • Solid-steel design for durability
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Birchwood Casey Gallery Resetting Target for .22 Rimfire Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Works o.k.

Lower targets are supposed to flip up and stay until you reset them by shooting the top target. They only stay flipped up about 60% of the time. Also, sometimes one or two of the targets that are already flipped up will be knocked back down when you hit another target. However, even though it doesn't work as it is supposed to all of the time, it keeps you guessing what target you might need to shoot next instead of being completely predictable. I like it.
Monsterbearman at Gander Mountain on 06/06/2012


I'm sure it will be exactly what I ordered since the website even had a photo for me to look at. Which is very helpful for an amiture (It's for my husband who's in law enforcement to practice with and to use to help teach our kids about guns and gun safety). Thanks so much.
Deanne at Gander Mountain on 12/12/2009

Great Target For Great Fun

This is a great product to have some fun at the range and brush up on your skills. When set up correctly it works great and is much better than punching paper. Having a reactive target is great for speed drills and makes things more interesting.
PA Hunter at Gander Mountain on 10/10/2008

Works great!

I have found this target to be very solid. In reply to the comment that referred to this as 'flimsy' and posted pictures, the model that is pictured appears to be the pellet airgun version.
Scotty B at Gander Mountain on 03/03/2010

Resetting Target

I am new to target shooting and I love this target, it is fairly easy to carry and it will help me inprove on my shooting skills.
Armed and Dangerous at Gander Mountain on 12/12/2008

Have fun while you are aiming!!

Convenient gadget when target practicing! My hunting buddies and even my wife enjoy this. Easy set-up, accuracy and durable.
Big Rich at Gander Mountain on 08/08/2012

Not bad for the money

It's pretty nice for recreational
Future soldier at Gander Mountain on 06/06/2011

Negative Reviews:

Do not function properly

Conclusion: These do not function properly EVER. We tried 8 different ones, and none of them worked. They're relatively cheap and are very durable, and would work great as standard swinging plinkers, but the resetable feature does not work at all. The targets will NOT stay flipped up onto the reset bar. We have never once been able to get all 4 targets flipped up without one or two falling back down.

My wife and I purchased 2 of these targets Memorial Day weekend 2010 (year ago next week) so we could have a set of plinkers to keep at our new cabin. Unknown to us at the time, my sister and her fiancee also bought 2 of them that same weekend for the same purpose. When we all showed up for the weekend, we were excited that we had 4 plinkers to use.

However, once we started shooting, the poor quality of these targets became incredibly apparent. Our family has used different models of this type of plinker for decades and this is by far the WORST functioning model we have ever used.

It doesn't even "function poorly", it just flat does not function.

The reset bar pivot is too lose on the frame, so it lets the reset bar sway side to side when the lower targets flip up. One or two targets MIGHT stay flipped up, but the 3rd or 4th target will ALWAYS knock them off.

We took all 4 of ours back and replaced them, hoping that it was just those specific ones, however, again, the new set of 4 failed to function properly, right out of the box. We have never once been able to run across all 4 lower targets and get them to stay flipped up. Not once. You can get one or two on the same side to stay flipped up, however, once you hit one on the opposite side, it will ALWAYS knock the first ones back down.

We've had ours for a year now, and keep them at the cabin still. They've lasted for over 10,000rnds of .22lr. Since they never work properly, I cut the reset bar off of the top target and now we just use them as a 5 target swinging plinker.

There are definitely MUCH better models available.
The Varminator... at Gander Mountain on 05/05/2011

Very flimsey target

I used this target for practice once.I shot my .22long at it,the thin metal bent one quater of an inch on the first hit[I missed alot].I didnt notice at first,so I kept firing.I hit one of the reseting bars so it dousent reset now.
Begginer at Gander Mountain on 03/03/2009