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Wobble trap #7717295 01/14/20 07:45 AM
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Looking at putting one of these out at the farm ,
What manufacturer do you like ?

Re: Wobble trap [Re: throckmorton_hunter] #7717466 01/14/20 02:30 PM
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MEC are the best I have shot clays from that was at shotgun shoots though, the ones I have seen were a bit expensive for most individuals though.

Champion Is what a friend has and it meets our needs at his place

Re: Wobble trap [Re: throckmorton_hunter] #7718957 01/15/20 10:35 PM
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Mattarelli traps. We have two small skeet machines on our ranch and they have worked flawlessly in the 4-5 years that we have had them. Briley in imports them and services them in Houston which was a huge plus for us when we were looking at what to buy.

Re: Wobble trap [Re: throckmorton_hunter] #7719184 01/16/20 02:28 AM
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Pat Trap is hard to beat.

Re: Wobble trap [Re: throckmorton_hunter] #7719384 01/16/20 09:58 AM
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I have a Atlas, couple of good friends have em. We have a fairly big skeet shot once a year and shot through the year. They work great, no problems two of the throwers are at least 5 to 6 yo. And made in USA.

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