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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.
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the teeth on the ratchet is wearing real bad . the spring on the release is not strong enough, sometimes it will not go back. Read morePublished 11 months ago by bert
This trap was indeed a good buy. Functioned without a hitch during use. The plastic guard tubing and the 2 rods were a joke as the throwing arm caught the ring and broke one of the... Read morePublished 12 months ago by TodWha
Purchased this product because it had the least negative reviews under $100. Some people seem to have had trouble putting this unit together or issues with parts fitting together. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Justin Beavers
We use it once in a while. Flings targets smoothly with no wobble and good speed. Can change the elevation and tilt for wide variety. Read morePublished 17 months ago by amamatt
The instructions could use a little work since the safety ring is not even mentioned, but we were able to get it together easy enough by looking at the picture on the box for... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Jacob Parks
Clayhawk appears to be a well made thrower.
Assembly instructions were OK , but not great.
The major dislike is not being able to change the horizontal angle of release... Read more
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... Read morePublished on September 27, 2012 by Robert B. Simpson
I was warned by other buyers about the poor directions but assembly as they said was somewhat intuitive. The on-line video really helped as they said. Read morePublished on January 1, 2012 by Joe L. Hoyle