Do-All Outdoors® Clay Target Thrower - Competitor Trap
What a JOKE!
This was suppose to be a good thrower based on what I was told at the store. After assembly using the poor instructions the thrower did not work. I spoke with the factory and they said I needed to bend a piece to make it release the right way. Wait, I just bought this and you're telling me I need to do this to make it work? The first 3 skeet broke leaving the machine, and the fourth went a few feet. Save your money and the embarrassment when you are the person bringing the thrower! I will be returning this after the Holidays!
December 24, 2012
It is what it is
For 40 bucks this is a decent thrower. I had it unboxed and assembled in less than 15min. I've only put ~100 clays through this thing but so far so good. My only advice is, mount it to something...and make sure that the something is HEAVY. This thrower is light and kinda flimsy. I mounted mine to a stationary shooting bench I have and that has been working well. If you do mount it to a tire, get a good 18" steel rim and old snow tire...something heavy. Again, for 40 bucks you pretty much can't go wrong.
July 20, 2010
I got one of these for christmas because I shoot skeet alot and notice that the only place to put the clay is in the direct center in order for it to stay on the thrower. It throws great! Alot of my clay broke because they were junk. I found them in the woods. I found 500 of them. 20 shattered on the thrower. For as much as I shoot skeet I don't need an expensive one. For $20 it was not bad. Sometimes the cheap one are the best.
February 10, 2008
Good thrower for the money
I just got this thrower and used it today the only problem I had with it was the release rope breaking were it goes through the guide on the frame. The problem was easy to fix with a small pulley and a bolt to hold it in place. It does need to be mounted to something solid though. I mounted it on a table with three bolts and it works well.
February 6, 2008