Juniorxo0o: Are you able to collect the lead on this bullet trap box ?
TAVOR VICEROY VALDOR: Yes don't shoot it with a standard steel core 7.62x39mm unless you are ready to retire it, then you will get Swiss cheese God Bless
Jim Thomas: Be sure to check with your local law enforcement folks on any laws that may apply to your area. If you live inside the city limits there may be an ordinance against discharge of a firearm.
Macking Canadido: I hope I can shoot my .22lr rifle at my backyard with this I live in texas.
Steve Hammond: If you went with 3/4" steel as your backstop and made the sand trap a little deeper, you could probalby shoot .223 lead core bullets (NO M855!) at 100 yards with it.
tsbrownie: Thanks. I may have to give it a try at building one.
Jim Thomas: Yes, a long tall pyramid turned on its side maybe with a section of 1-1/2" metallic electrical 90 degree conduit welded on to collect the pellets might work better than my design. However if it is strictly going to be used for pellets you might try shooting 1/8" at 90 degrees and if it stands the test, then go with the lighter plate, Cause my box is HEAVY,
tsbrownie: Good video. I'm fixing to build something like this out of quater inch plate for a friend who shoots high powed air guns in his backyard and he does not want any splatter or bounce backs. I looked at your type and one that looks like a square funnel with a collector hole and pipe at the back. Can't seem to find specs or plans or even the angles needed. How did you come across this? Did you just do it yourself?
hagemeisterj: Nice Lincoln buzz box!
darkhorse2reign: great vid...
cgspeeddemon1: @tenstreet2 I would HIGHLY recomend NOT trying to use one indoors. However if you're going to try it be sure to use some form of damper PRIOR to the bullet contacting the steel (such as a thick phone book or some old newspaper). That will lower the odds of shattered and ricocheting bullets. As for the proper angle that would a trial and error discovery as the higher the impact force the less the angle should be, I wouldn't go over about 45 deg. Good Luck and stay safe.
tenstreet: how much should the plate be angled, i want to build one to use indoors
HitAndMissLab: Hi guys, nice one! I need to buy one of these, but one thing I do not like is that it makes so much noise when hit. What about extending that 'shelf' with sand a bit forward so that one can slot in a piece of a scrap chip board or like. That would muff the sound and prevent bullets from bouncing out. Just a thought.
Cloakedsphere: @JimbowT I Suggest you just use phone books. Glue them into the front of the catch then the unused old phonebooks with slow down the bullets so much their is no possible chance of rocichet. Plus you only need 1 phone book! :D
ColtDeltaElite10mm: I almost forgot to mention.... Combining both welding AND guns in one video is BITCHEN!!! Keep 'em comming!
ColtDeltaElite10mm: JimboT, great little bullet trap. Personally, i figure lead chips going back in the dirt (outdoors) is no big deal. Only Al Gore and the other "enviro- nazis" would "worry" about that. Its nit even an issue fir a one man target range. Dont the antis realize that your helping to RECYCLE an element back into mother earth???? Hahahahaha. Keep up the good work!
Jim Thomas: @justinhartyale This trap is used exclusivly outdoors - to prevent rounds from leaving my property. I don't clean it at all, but if I were to build a trap for indoors, then yes, you are right, a trap that won't shatter the round would be better on the environment. Thanks for the comment.
Justin Hart: @JimbowT You also want to avoid shattering the bullet out of concern for lead contamination. You're going to make quite a bit of lead dust, and contribute to the environmental hazard of using and cleaning the trap.
Ricardo Pelayo: its hulk hoghan
TheDrPizza: @cgspeeddemon1 what do u mean i grew up in a trailer park to?
wait u grew up in a trailer park. lol