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Do-All Outdoors Backyard Clayhawk 3/4 Cock Trap


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  • Designed for the backyard or weekend shooter
  • Sprocket mechanism can throw 70 yards and give the shooter all-day durability
  • More durable, quieter, and easier to use than a full cock trap
  • Features a 3-pivot mount which allows you to throw at any target, at any angle, and at any speed
  • A sliding, adjustable-tension universal spring clip on the throwing arm quickly adapts to standard, rabbit
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Because of their solid, reliable construction, Do-All Traps are used at top sporting clays courses, trap clubs, and shooting ranges. The Backyard Clayhawk 3/4 Cock Trap is designed for the backyard or weekend shooter who is looking for a cock trap at an affordable price. With its Sprocket mechanism, it can throw 70 yards and give the shooter all-day durability. The Backyard Trap is more durable, quieter, and easier to use than a full cock trap.

This trap includes all of the innovative and patented features that Do-All Outdoors' other traps are known for, including its three-pivot mount, which is capable of throwing any target at any angle and at any speed. Three simple adjusting bolts allow the arm to be positioned to throw a clay target from 90 degrees vertical, springing teal, ground-bouncing rabbit, a flushing pair of standards, curling incomers, and virtually anything in between. A sliding, adjustable-tension, universal spring clip on the throwing arm quickly adapts to standard, rabbit, 90mm/midi, 60mm/mini, or battue clays and allows them to be thrown as singles, stacked doubles, and nesting pairs. By varying spring tension, target selection, and the position of the targets on the throwing arm, one Backyard 3/4 Trap can invent and duplicate any clay target presentation desired.

Product Description

DO-ALL Outdoors Backyard .75 Clay Hawk BY34

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 22.9 x 7.8 x 4.8 inches ; 21.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 21.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000FDSUI6
  • Item model number: BY34
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #26,861 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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I will most likely purchase another in the near future.
Josh H.
It throws them in the same direction with a couple of degrees of separation, making for a nice two clay throw.
S. Brown
I was warned by other buyers about the poor directions but assembly as they said was somewhat intuitive.
Joe L. Hoyle

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By S. Brown on April 30, 2010
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I initally purchased this unit so I had something to throw trap with when I did not want to go to a regular range. This seemed like a good choice.

Taking it out of the box, was nothing exciting. It took about an hour to put together for the first time. There are some included tools, but I found I needed a second wrench to hold the bolt, while I used the other to tighten the nut.

Once I got it put together, I had no issues with the construction. Everything seemed to be welded or bolted together well.

When I took it out to use, it operated very well. My 14 year old son, who is learning to shoot trap, was the primary operator. He had no problems getting cocked, loading the clays and releasing. One of the other reviewers mentions trying some cord to the operating handle - this would have been a good idea had I seen it before I used it.

It threw consistantly and operated without problem. I put two boxes of clays through it with no malfunctions.

With a little experimentation, I also found you can load two clays if you stack them and loosen the holding spring to accommodate two clays. It throws them in the same direction with a couple of degrees of separation, making for a nice two clay throw. If you load two clays one in front of the other, it will also work, but there will be a much wider separation, making for a much more challenging shot.

Overall, a good buy. We will have to see how it holds up in the long run.
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Ma on January 31, 2007
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Obviously made in China (where most things are made now). You can tell the cast iron/steel area where the pivot mounts meet are just stamped out quickly, but it does do the job. Assembly does require a bit of thinking and reading the really bare instruction manual (look at the pictures more to get an idea of where things go).

Make sure you keep the included tools taped to the unit so you can change the angles on the pivot points while in the field. You'll be tremendously frustrated otherwise. If you expect to change things on the fly, you won't be doing this with this unit. It's a nut/bolt set up so the torque involved won't allow wingnuts (IMO). It's a powder coated steel frame, but I woudln't expect it to hold up in rain for long.

If you're too lazy to throw by hand, this is the unit for you.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Josh H. on January 10, 2011
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Ordered and received within 4 days. Installed the trap on my portable trap rig as a second trap thrower. The assembly instructions were fair at best, but assembly was easy and took about 15 minutes. After assembled and mounted it was very easy to use and threw targets 70+ yards. I will most likely purchase another in the near future.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Kid Layton on November 2, 2007
Unpacking the thrower and seeing it for the first time was a bit disappointing.
The mechanism for holding the thrower in the 3/4 position is nothing more than a crude gear with a spring and a pawl. It was frozen in place by paint and what appeared to be rust.
After a through cleaning and greasing I mounted it to a stand.
It throws about 55-60 yards.
We threw 3 cases of white flyers with it and the only problem encountered was the pivot bolt works its way loose after 20-30 throws. I ended up putting in a longer bolt and a lock nut.
Also you will want to tie a string onto the pull lever because the vibration is very hard on the hands of the person doing the releasing.

It is much easier to cock than a regular thrower, you simply pull it into the throw position.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Robert B. Simpson on September 27, 2012
So far, I'm very pleased with my purchase. I actually bought mine from Gander Mountain ($119) because I wanted to see what I was getting and I wanted to be able to return easily if needed.

I've used a lot of cheaper models in the $40 to $80 range and the quality difference is significant. The weld spots seem very solid and the overall weight and thickness of the thrower is much more significant than past models I've owned and used. I do like that this model is still small enough that I can fit it into my car, yet it is big enough that once staked into the ground nicely,I can set up a chair behind it for use.

I did find the instructions to be a bit lacking in detail, but as long as you lay it out before you do anything, it's pretty self-explanitory. It took me about 45 minutes to put together. I do also like that I could actually use the holes intended for the stakes to go through to actually bolt it to a nice thick plank of 3/4" plywood.

The bolts and nuts are a bit tricky to tighten. You will need either a slim crescent wrench or standard or metric open ended wrenches along with a 1/2" socket ideally. The box does include the larger wrench needed to tighten the large bolts that are actually used for adjusting the position of the thrower. I'd suggest attaching that tool to the base so you don't lose it - it's pretty convenient.

UPDATE: I've now had the thrower over a year and have no complaints. It's handled a few scout troop shooting events quite well - really a solid unit. I'm tempted to get another one to have 2 going instead of getting something fancier down the road.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Web Shopper on September 26, 2011
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A good product at very competitive price. Assembly was a little difficult. Do-All telephone support was excellent in their assistance.
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