I have seen them but not shot them. If you are shooting straight on, slow fire, they may be good. But I would not use one for anything else due to their limited size. Then there is the matter of ventilation, not to mention local codes.
How heavy is it and is your garage long enough to chrono? What are the neighbors going to say about the noise?
As noted in my first post "I don't have an immediate need for this trap right now - but at the price he's selling I thought it might be nice to have just in case I get a place that I could use legally it."
As an FYI - I live in a large congested city and would not use this at home (but that's not what this post is/was about).
This unit would be for use in the future on private land or in a location that I could "legally"
I like the idea of the trap containing lead and I was asking about the Detroit Bullet trap unit and to see if anyone has used one of these or is familiar with this unit prior to buying.
Edited by pmd, 15 February 2010 - 10:39 AM.