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Champion Traps® Highfly String Release Trap


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  • $39.99

  • SKU: 1390435

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  • String activated trap - just pull to let clays fly
  • Balanced design delivers consistent flight paths
  • Target clip provides secure placement
  • Mount to tire or stake in the ground  
Get challenging distances with every pull of a string. The Highfly's balanced design heaves clays on consistent flight paths with just a pull of a string. Features a target clip for secure placement. Can mount this string-activated trap on a tire or stake in the ground.      
Champion Traps® Highfly String Release Trap 2.7 5 9 9
Great buy! I have a very low budget, so I needed a fairly inexpensive trap. The Highfly was not only a great price, but extremly easy to use and produces great results. My buddies and I have a great time with it! It took a little while to assemble, but overall it's a good buy, especially for the money. May 20, 2008
Not a champion I bought with high hopes. During assembly it was apparent that quality of the material was poor. After assembly I went to try it out and the clay pigeon holder bent when I tried to cock it. After reinforcing it, the snap ring failed on the next try. Buy a different unit! March 6, 2008
DON’T BUY THIS PRODUCT! After I assembly this unit I took it out side for a test and after the second pull the metal bracket holding the arm on snapped in to two. DON’T BUY THIS PRODUCT! July 21, 2008
Garbage Save your money, broke at first throw. The cast arm that supports the spring snapped when trying to cock the thrower. It actually snapped at the casting/welds. March 18, 2013
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