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Champion WheelyBird Auto-Feed Trap Thrower(1416898)
Champion WheelyBird Auto-Feed Trap Thrower -This compact, lightweight, ultra-mobile trap will help you practice busting clays, so that your next upland bird doesn't get away.
Champion WheelyBird Auto-Feed Trap Thrower -Champion's WheelyBird Auto-Feed Trap takes mobility to the next level with a lightweight construction and a two-wheeled frame with pull handle. Trap includes on, off, and safety switches for operation and disarm, plus an arm path indicator ring guard. Trap also includes DVD instructions for assembly, operation and adjustment. What WheelyBird lacks in size and weight, it makes up for with power—targets can be launched upwards of 55 yards! Shoot better. Have fun.
- Quick, 2-second cycle time for continuous action
- Adjustable launch angle, up to 30-degrees of elevation
- Lightweight for easy loading in and out of a vehicle
- 50-target capacity, removable magazine fits standard-sized clays
- 25-foot release pedal cord accommodates various shooting positions
- More than 3,000 throws from a fully charged 12-volt deep cycle battery
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I got the easybird model... It's so much fun!!!! Works beautifully. We added the oscillating base and wobbler kit so it throws clays different elevations and side to side locations every other second. They each have a switch so you can run the thrower stationary or just up & down or just side to side or going in all directions. It loads well and clears jammed/broken clays easy on the next cycle. It is an awesome machine for practice or just fun shooting. We can have 4 shooters lined up and throw clays so fast that all of us can have fun either taking turns or backing up the beginners... if you hold the pedal down with your foot it will have 3-4 clays in the air at a time! Or you can push it as slow as you wish while teaching a new shooter or talking or whatever. We only have two concerns with its design. 1st: Sometimes the throw arm cycles when we are turning the off switch and so you must be very careful not to be in front of it or have any part of your body in the path of that throwing arm, as it WILL break an arm or head or cut it off if you are in the way!!! (I would recommend they design an enclosed cover on the back 2/3 of the unit so nobody can accidentally get hurt or killed...like my hay baler has over the plunger and chains...this is a dangerous tool and the exposed path of the throw arm needs covered somehow! 2nd: the plastic tubes that remind you to keep all body parts away from the throwing arm path kept coming off just from the vibration of the unit throwing repeatedly. I fixed this by putting self tapping screws in 6 spots to hold them in place. I highly recommend this throwing system, as it is well made and works great and is a ton of fun!!!! Just be careful...and don't let anyone run the controls without detailed instructions how to do so safely!
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