Do-All Blast Back Steel Targets

Priced: $99.99 Rated:   - 2 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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These targets use a revolutionary design of springs and latches that locks the shot targets in the down position. As the shooter runs through the targets, you simply reset them by shooting at a reset target. All of the targets then return to their original upright position without leaving the shooting bench. It’s the most fun you can have shooting steel. Targets emit a resounding "ding" when knocked down. The target comes equipped with a sturdy, four-legged base system. Each front leg is also protected by an angled deflection plate that continues all the way across the front target bar. The design limits damage to the target system and provides an added level of safety. The rimfire target has a 4" plate. The higher-caliber models have a larger, 6" target.
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Do-All Blast Back Steel Targets Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

great value

I bought this target to shoot with my Sig Mosquito .22 pistol. It is very well built, and surprisingly heavy in the box. The trip mechanism is well designed and simple, and I can't foresee any problem with it failing. The only issue I had is that it's almost too well built for my needs. The plates and springs are stout, and in order to get them to stay down I need to hit the target in the upper 1/4 of the circle. I imagine a .22 rifle would have less trouble with this. Overall, a great purchase.
mitsub at Cabelas on 10/22/2011

Negative Reviews:

Stay Up Targets

Multiple direct hits with hot loaded .22 soft points and you can't reliably get the target to stay down. You hit the target 3,4 5 times and sometimes it will fall and lock down, often not. Not worth the money, but is well built. Needs weaker springs or something - redesign of mechanism. I am returning it.
ctgooseslayer at Cabelas on 06/27/2011

Great idea gone bad

The springs that stand the targets back into a standing position are junk. Two out of the four broke in one weekend. If they fix that problem they will have an excellent product.
ChargerSRT8 at Cabelas on 05/29/2012

Neutral Reviews:

Fun to shoot at

I bought the .22 version and it is fun to plink at. Make sure you are at the suggested distance or you will break the reset spring and the targets will not reset when you hit the reset target.
mlew at Cabelas on 01/16/2012