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  • #1711
    martin777
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    I’ve seen all flavors of pellet traps and most require too much work if you ask me.
    Why couldn’t u shoot at something like this in say 18″x ½” ductile iron?–>

    The geometry is good and around here I bet I could find something
    close for free/next to nothing scrap. It would be free standing if it had the flanges
    and I think noise would be minimal. A chunk like that would prolly weigh ≈250lbs.

    #35558
    shadoh
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    Even just a thick metal plate set at an angle would do the trick. Cold Roll scrap around here goes for .59 a pound. You could get a huge plate for cheap. it would get all rusty if you didnt paint it though.

    #35561
    martin777
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    quote Shadoh:

    Even just a thick metal plate set at an angle…

    Yea-I thought of something like THIS.
    That would take a hack like me all day to build something that nice.

    #35570
    walkonking
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    I still find a junction box at Home Depot with .75″ MDF in the back and loaded with Monkey Shit works great and is totally silent.

    #35573
    jpeg
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    I looked at the “monkey Shit” at the H.D. It is water base and sticky. Is this the stuff you use?

    #35574
    blackops
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    Martin that is a great idea! I was trying to figure a simple way to save the lead from the pellets without making up some kind of thing out of plates and also make it kinda quiet.

    Jim.

    #35577
    walkonking
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    quote JPEG:

    I looked at the “monkey Shit” at the H.D. It is water base and sticky. Is this the stuff you use?

    No you need the bar stuff in the electrical section

    Silent Pellet Trap

    #35579
    jpeg
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    What is it called? I was looking for Duct Seal.

    #35580
    jpeg
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    Damn, the server is slow!

    OK I followed your link. Thanks!

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