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Trius One Step Trap

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  • One easy step cocks and releases target effortlessly
  • One person can throw and shoot
  • Throw regulation singles plus piggy back doubles
  • Comes pre-assembled
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Product Description

One easy step cocks & releases target. One person can throw and shoot! The newest member of the TRIUS line, the One Step has become a very popular seller. Whether you enjoy shooting alone or with a group, the TRIUS One Step is almost effortless to use. Arm is set and targets are placed on arm without tension. Step on pedal to put tension on the arm and release targets in one motion. Aluminum arm plus oil impregnated bushings deliver years of trouble-free shooting. Throw regulation singles plus piggyback doubles. High Angle Target Clip Included! Large knobs for adjusting tension and vertical angle make the TRIUS One Step trap fully adjustable without tools

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 20.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 23.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0000C53F6
  • Item model number: 10201
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (177 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,492 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

The instructions were vague at best.
bodog
He had a really easy time putting it together, and loves how far and wide he can throw the clays.
Meghan
Again, this is a quality product and if you choose to buy this one you will not be disappointed.
Phillip

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

41 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Mountain Weatherby on December 9, 2011
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This clay pigeon thrower is the best design I've ever seen. I can easily load and launch this thrower by myself, so that I don't have to arrange for someone else to 'attend' while I enjoy shotgun practice. The thrower is loaded and cocked without any tension on the spring. This makes it safe to leave, even with small kids around. It's not sitting there waiting to thwack someone. It is very adjustable for angle of trajectory or height, and is entertaining to create new flight paths. I don't really use the screw and knob adjustments, I just use several 1x6 board scraps to place under one leg or the other.

My nephew who lost his right arm while serving in Iraq, can even use this thrower. That should be a testimony unto itself!
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Tony S. on November 4, 2012
I bought this from Bass Pro Shop. Paid more than here but, I needed it quick for a bachelor party. Set up and assembly was easy and quick. It was ready to throw in about 15 min. The day I bought it we threw about 600 clays and it worked perfect. Today a bunch of us got together for a day of shooting and half way through problems started. One of the pins that holds the throwing arm on kept working its way out. After looking it over I noticed the hole is getting the pin in is getting wore out already causing the pin to drop and fall out. we threw about 400+ clays today and unless I address the pin issues this thing is done. We will have to put back together about every 20 clays. There is no fun in that. I am going to start looking for a automatic thrower because this one doesn't look like it will hold up much longer.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By lee on March 20, 2012
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Very easy to use had it to the range twice now. Was busting clays while others were trying to adjust theirs to not break the clays when launching. Had people coming over and asking all about it. Throws way further than the cheaper ones and was even putting them out there with one of those $400 dollar electrics. You can do it by yourself but takes some getting used to. Now about those assembly directions they are pretty much useless when i got to the end it was only half done but looking at the picture on box was able to figure it out took about an hour all told. Overall i would highly recommend. Be safe out there enjoy our sport and share with others.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By cookie5240 on June 13, 2013
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The one step is great if you can put it together. Trius should revise the instructions because you get it half together and find out the rest of the instructions aren't there. The instructions only tell you how to put the base of it together but leave off how to assemble the working mechanism. I emailed Trius and asked if they had an updated set of instructions. After about a week and no response I emailed them again asking why they hadn't tried to answer my email. The response I got was " just attach the arm and the spring and you'll be good to go " ! ...... DUH

I looked at a few of the other reviews that mentioned the same problems putting it together so I looked at the box and did what I thought I should do. I had a couple of parts left over and tried to figure where they went and I still haven't figured that out but it works.

I've put some fairly complicated things together in the past and the one step should have been easy. The problem is safety. The sling arm is made of sheet metal and when the spring releases it with a lot of force you wouldn't want any kind of malfunction. There are a couple of very sharp edges on the sling arm that should have been made smooth because they are razor sharp.

Bottom line is a good device without the essential instructions and the worst customer service I've had to deal with other than Centurylink !
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14 of 17 people found the following review helpful By C. Henderson on August 30, 2010
I bought this trap thrower from a pawn shop, it was in pretty good shape. The frame and main spring are solid, and can throw the clays pretty far. The machine has a pivot so you you can release the clays low, medium or high. The main spring can also be tensioned differently for different distances. The front feet are made so that you can dig them into the dirt. If you do not the can rattle. My only two caveats about the thrower is the release lever, and spring attached to the release lever. The spring is weak, and should be stiffer. Also the release lever is not very strong. If you do not adjust the chain correctly when you pivot the base for a different angle of throw can bend the release lever. It is very portable, and does not take up a big footprint. Everyone raves about how much better than using a hand thrower it is. Overall I am satisfied.
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14 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Phillip on December 10, 2011
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When I bought this product I looked at the reviews and I chose this one because it had such high reviews. I would like to say that this Trius One Step Trap has passed all my needs and wants. This product was easy to set up and easy to function. I took it out shooting just this last weekend and it never had problems. I like the features of the different elevations and the fact that you can throw singles and doubles. If you are looking for a quality product that you can use on your own, or use with a group of people, then I would recommend this trap to anyone. The set up on this product only took me about 15 mins, because I had the tools to make it go fast. Again, this is a quality product and if you choose to buy this one you will not be disappointed.
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