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Do-All Outdoors .22/.17 Bullet Box

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Product Description

The Do-All Outdoors .17/.22 Bullet Box is a portable shooting range for .22 & .17 rim fire that gives any shooter the convenience of a quick and safe set up. The heavy-duty construction will withstand the punishment from any avid shooter. This unit only weighs 20 lbs and comes with an instructional DVD.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 14.1 x 11 x 4.5 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 17.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000FDSUHC
  • Item model number: BT222
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (115 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #73,014 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Very heavy duty construction.
Richard Wellens
What I did was take out my surface grinder and remouved enough metal from the clips and welds so they fit togather tight but this should have been done at the factory.
Bryan
Works well for .22 rimfire and most airgun pellets.
PK1

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58 of 59 people found the following review helpful By deanbrew on November 26, 2007
I made the mistake of buying a cheaper (but not a whole lot less expensive) target trap for practicing airgun shooting, before I found the Do-All Bullet Box. The Bullet Box is made of heavy steel that isn't fazed by pellets from my 1,000 FPS airgun. I expect the trap to last a long time. It features a simple design, and assembled in just a few minutes, using heavy-duty bolts that came in the box. I'm pleased with my purchase, and the price I paid at Amazon was less than anywhere else I looked.
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43 of 45 people found the following review helpful By B. Nemec on January 25, 2009
Great for 22 S, L, or LRs. The 17 HMRs will eventually punch a hole if shot at close range (in my basement at 20 yds). I have two because the manufacturer sent me one for free after a hole developed and I complained. I welded two 3/8" AR400 steel plates on the inside of the backing and now they can handle most lead pistol bullets. For a 17 HMR the trap must be set to 100 yds where the energy has dropped enough not to damage the trap. The plates I added for $15 each roughly make the traps twice as heavy but they are now more useful.
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38 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Bryan on August 2, 2010
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I bought this bullet box for my pellet rifle so I can discretely shoot my Walther force 1000 .177 cal pellet rifle indoors. Item arrived in good condition but when I tried to bolt it togather there was about an eigth of an inch gap between the back plate and the side plates. On further examination I noticed the reason.. The clips that are welded to the back plate are welded too close to the edge and they wont let the side plates bolt up tight to the back plate. This is just lack of quality control. What I did was take out my surface grinder and remouved enough metal from the clips and welds so they fit togather tight but this should have been done at the factory. They need to weld those clips a little more away from the edge of the back plate at the assimbly plant so the side plates fit with out a gap. Other than that the bullet box is an excellent bullet trap for rim fire and pellet guns I really like target hanger that comes with it. Item is very sturdy and resonably priced, How ever they need to fix this gap problem.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Tony on October 12, 2012
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Unlike the picture currently posted on Amazon with hex head bolts, the one I received came with allen head bolts and the appropriate size key. Assembly was easy and the box went together fine. There was some slight gap around the back side that COULD allow for some lead spray, but you're going to get far more spray out the front than with the slight gaps in the back. Due to the amount of spray with CCI Mini-Mags, I wouldn't recommend anyone use ANYTHING more powerful than CCI Mini-Mags without modification to the box.

I printed targets on regular 8.5x11" paper and they worked great. The box also works well as just a steel gong for distance with a .22.

I must say that I'm really impressed with the box overall. Some shots were low and impacted the box on the rounded piece of steel. Even with the Mini-Mags, the metal barely moved. For box longevity, I would suggest regular velocity ammunition, but I suspect it would still take a long time to do any real damage with the high-velocity stuff.

Also, DO NOT use this product indoors unless you have the proper air scrubbing/ventilation equivalent. When bullets impact this, they basically vaporize, putting A LOT of lead dust in the air.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By An Ikearat's Brain on January 18, 2011
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Ok, I looked at everything Amazon sells that does this work and choose this bullet trap.
I made a great choice! I am using it with my 1000 foot-per-second, break-barrel air rifle. I don't think I will ever use it with "powered" rounds so it should out-last me and the gun. :)
The only recommendation I can make is to have Amazon ship it separate from your other items/orders. The thing is heavy and comes un-assembled (in pieces) and those pieces get lose in the packaging and mess up the other items in the box. Other than that the target is just right for indoor air rifle use.
Do not shoot at it with a bb gun, the trap is not "tight" enough to capture the hard ball ammo and it might bounce-back at you. Pellets do just fine with only the smallest of fragments finding their way back out of the trap. You will have to turn-lose your Roomba to clean-up all the tiny fragments after an evening of shooting. :)
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By MeteorMagnet on March 28, 2010
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This shot trap is tough. I haven't used anything more powerful than a .22 air rifle (16gr @ 900fps; 29 ft-lbs?), but I have no doubt that it would stop a .22LR safely --- for a time ...

The problem with lightweight shot traps with no "helical" or curved backstop is this: if you're a good shot, you keep hitting the same part of the backstop --- over and over and over again. After a while, the metal of the backstop gets peened, and eventually weakens.

This trap is no lightweight. I use it for zeroing optics on my air guns, and it takes a walloping at 50 feet. (50' is the best I can manage indoors, before final setup outside.) So --- 14 - 16 gr pellets, at about 900 feet per second, generally (when all goes well) hitting the same 3/8" area, if the target is centered.

You can feel a slight "push" on the back plate, but that's about all I'd call it. Some paint has flaked at the impact point. Other than that, the box is impervious.

One observation that should be addressed: Fine dust can get ejected out the back between the side plates and the back plate, which can mark a surface (e.g., a wall) behind it. Hanging some plastic behind the trap solves it. So would some silicone, if you didn't need to disassemble it. Or --- there could be a thin gasket along that joint.

The gasketing would give it an easy 5 Stars.
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