Originally Posted by stumper1300
I was with yah till I saw the spinner pic. I have had a lot of ricochets using spinners. I am surprised a Cb or colibri would even penetrate the rubber after hitting the spinner. It looks great. I'm just overly cautious after catching a ricochet in the cheek a few yrs ago.
I don't think there will be too many bullet traps that will catch a round after hitting a spinner target. It is there strictly for the one's that miss. The rounds I am using (strictly low power stuff) hit the spinner and flatten out and I can find them all around it within a couple yards or so, but most within a couple feet. The regular Colibri's will bounce back off the the larger spinner and that is why they will not be used any more - they won't even penetrate the rubber with a direct hit. The Super Colibri's penetrate the first layer of rubber and then the 2nd layer stops them. I find all of them where the 2 come together at the bottom inside the trap. I appreciate the advice and this is definitely a work in progress - hence the reason for the removable metal plate.