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Wanted an automatic electric trap thrower

Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by butwhat, Aug 25, 2008.

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  1. butwhat

    butwhat Member

    Apr 21, 2008
    Wanted an automatic 12 or 120 volt electric trap thrower


    Wanted shotgun shell reloaders & or supplies & an electric trap thrower

    We like to go out to the back of the property and shoot clay birds. We would like to find an automatic trap thrower. I am not able to cock our old spring model any longer. Kind of takes the fun out of it for the others if nobody is cocking the trap.
    I am also looking for reloading supplies and a few reloaders in 12, 20 & 410
    I would also be interested in some reasonably priced clay birds.
    Any advice would be appreciated.
  2. Pete409

    Pete409 Member

    Oct 21, 2007
    A few days ago, I shot with some guys who were using a "Do All" 12 volt electric trap. I think he said the trap cost about $450 and the "wobble" feature cost about another $450.

    The trap worked well with only one or two minor problems. It threw the targets a long way and was easy to use.

    It was fairly compact and would easily fit in the trunk of most cars or the rear of a SUV. I'm sure that one person could lift it, but due to the bulk it was easier for two to handle it. The basic machine (without the wobble feature) would be considerably lighter.

    The owner of the machine had used it several (numerous?) times and seemed happy with it.
  3. Tom Held

    Tom Held Member

    Jun 28, 2003
    Germantown, Maryland
    Do All

    I bought a Do All trap last year with the wobble attachment and the infrared remote. This is the single stacker that holds 50 targets. I had one small problem that was operator error in putting it together. Other than that it functions great and was somewhere around $900 from cabelas. I just mounted it on a little garden wagon with pneumatic tires and pull it around the shooting area. Works great for a low price unit. Will shoot the bird out a little faster than regular trap. Tom
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