Perfect your aim and your game with Crosman’s collection of airgun targets and let the good times roll!
Whether you’re new to the sport or a veteran shooter, targets for air gun enthusiasts can make shooting even more fun than plinking at cans. Can we get a YEEHAW!?
But hold your fire—were you aware of the myriad of target options available to elevate your air-powered adventures to new levels of AWESOME!? We sure are. Here at Crosman we offer a variety of target styles and types to suit everyone's experience level and requirements. Whether you're a hard-core competitive target shooter or looking to add a little more fun to your game—Crosman hits the mark.
Visible impact targets
This style of target features a durable, all-metal frame, target faces in two sizes, and an extra set of target face decals to challenge your skills. Designed to fold up for easy storage and portability so it's easy to take to the field and set to your desired range. Shop the Crosman Spinning Target here.
Pellet target traps
If you’re on a budget but still looking for a fun way of honing those shooting skills, why not try your hand at a little DIY? That’s “Do it yourself” for those non-Martha Stewart enthusiasts. Here are a few cheap n' cheerful methods we like here at Crosman.
This is probably your cheapest and simplest DIY airgun target option and a great way to up-cycle those old soup cans piling up in your recycling.
You can simply line your cans (somewhere safe!) either in your backyard or an open field and let air power RIP. You can spice things up a bit and print out your own bullseye and tape it to the can for added satisfaction while perfecting your aim.
Alternatively, maybe you’ve been binge-watching The Walking Dead and want to prep for the next zombie apocalypse. Have some fun and print off some ghouls for free from the world wide web and practice eviscerating the bad guys one by one. HECK YEAH!
Another cost-effective target option is creating an airgun trap which is relatively quick and easy to MacGyver. Trap targets (as mentioned above) trap pellets within the target so as to avoid any ricocheting and to prevent loss of pellets. It’s also a really safe option (so great for setting up in your own backyard). All you need for this is a large box, a sturdy backing (particle board would work well), a staple gun, some filler like newspaper, foam, old phone books, rubber mulch, tape, and a little elbow grease. Once safely assembled, just print out your own paper targets to fasten to the front of the box and let the good times roll!
Airgun Shooting FAQs:
Have more questions? We’ve got you covered! Crosman has a comprehensive FAQ sheet on our site that offers many answers to some of the most common airgun questions. Check them out HERE. Not seeing what you’re looking for? Hit us up directly, we’re here to help using our contact us form HERE.
Whether you’re out on the prowl hunting game, tearing up tin cans, or enjoying some backyard plinking— our target is always your pure joy.