Impact Kinetics Pocket Zero Target Holder
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- Last updated: 25/05/2021
I’m sure many airgun shooters will remember this gadget because it was first marketed by BSA way back in 2003, but for reasons unknown, it disappeared soon after its launch. This was a shame as it’s a handy piece of kit for an air gunner to have with them for in-field zero checking or some target practice. However, it’s now back on the scene courtesy of its original designer, Rob Blazon, now a man best known for running The Photon Shop, who distribute Fenix Lights and associated accessories.
Manufactured in the UK from premium, laser-cut stainless steel components, the Pocket Zero measures 5 ¼” x 3 ¼” x 1” in its packed down position. The design shows a twoprong spike plate that folds out and secures the unit in soft earth while also providing height clearance over grass. When fully opened out, the target reveals above the spikes to show an ‘H’ shaped main body frame. Above this are two paper target holder arms that articulate out and upwards from the outer sides of the mainframe. Both include centre line slits cut into them for placing a suitable target into. Due to the clever design, it can be used even on a concrete surface as the ground spiked section can be folded rearward on itself 90° to create a platform for the unit.
It comes with a 2-year guarantee and all parts are replaceable and available direct from the manufacturers.