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Trius 1-Step Target Thrower

   

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With the Trius® 1-Step Target Thrower, one person can throw and shoot -- one easy step cocks and releases the target. Step on the pedal to put tension on the arm and release the target in one simple motion. Aluminum arm and oil-impregnated bushings. Trap features large knobs for adjusting tension and vertical angles. Includes high angle target clip.

  • One step cock and release design
  • Durable aluminum arm with high angle target clip
  • Built to last - oil impregnated bushings
  • Large tension and vertical angle adjustment knobs
Trius 1-Step Target Thrower 4.8 5 17 17
wow This thing is great. I have used conventional throwers until my wife got involved in shooting and said that they were too hard to pull back. So I looked into the Trius. Not only can you cock it with one finger, it makes it possible to shoot by yourself. Also, no stakes are required! The design keeps it well placed on the ground and after a few shots, it will dig itself into the ground for perfect throws every time. And it throws doubles perfectly. For the price, you couldn't ask for any better. Heck. You couldn't ask for better even at twice the price. And if I had a dollar for every person that has come up to me at the range to ask me about my thrower...... September 30, 2007
Works Great! I bought one of these a few weeks ago and love it. It is nice to be able to go out and shoot by myself with ease. The only thing I did not like is the target clip. You cannot throw minis or adjust to throw right or left with the clip it comes with. I modified mine by removing the one it came with and installing a clip from the Champion Skybird thrower and now works GREAT!!! The different clip is a MUST. September 17, 2007
Seems a better design than most Former AR duck hunter now dabbling in clays to prevent getting rusty. The glowing reviews proved correct. First thrower I've ever purchased, should have bought this years ago. Busting clays less than 40 minutes after opening box. (1).Load the clay(s). (2).Swing the freely(!) rotating throwing arm behind the trigger catch. (3).Step on the pedal to tension the throwing spring, and as the pedal nears the ground the trigger will release automatically, leaving the shooter in a very stable shooting position while observing orange flying saucers. My kids can easily load and throw across or from behind me to create alternate approaches. Nice clean throws, four throwing angles. Assembly can nearly be done from the box photo in a few minutes, there are almost no fasteners required for the purchaser to insert: (four identical bolts and one eyebolt). 20-30 minute assembly, any longer than this surely includes locating two 9/16" wrenches. January 9, 2011
Best choice I could not recommend a product more highly than this. If you are in the market for a thrower PLEASE PLEASE spend the extra $$ for a better product. I have been to the range and have witness numerous people with the cheap "yellow" brand and the clays break upon launch, plus they fight to reset and launch. And using the red brand hand throwers are a joke! (I have a old metal Western hand thrower that is a gem). I can use the Trius alone or with friends. Reseting the launcher, oh my god! There is no spring pressure on it, and a pinky will do it, that is how simple. It will throw stacked doubles, singles, straight doubles, and minis. You have to go the Lyman/trius website to get instructions on the minis, but it is simple to do them. February 21, 2008
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The description says this can be used by a single person (releasing & shooting) via a foot release. Has anyone use it like this?

I'm looking for a thrower that I can use to both release & shoot as I'll be out practicing on my own a lot of the time.

If this works as advertised, it'd be a lot more economical versus one with a built in timer/auto-release!
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Ya man! I have only used it when shooting solo thus far. I have to say, you aren't as ready to shoot as you would be with someone else launching, but you can operate and shoot solo for sure. For casual/occasional solo shooting it's just great and the price is right.

Go on YouTube and search "Trius one step" there is a great how to assemble video and a lot of other vids showing people solo shooting.
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I just used it today for the first time and both my wife and I used it at times solo to throw and shoot so yes, you can with no problem.
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Works exactly as described!!!! Feels a little strange at first because you are not used to feeling the spring tension, but after a few shells you will have gotten the feel of it. I love mine, as I also usually go alone.
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Yes, it does work as advertised. All of the reviews from customers that have purchased the product state that it does.
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No - you need the pressure from your foot to launch as that is what creates the tension in the spring.
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No, since the foot motion loads the spring it can't really be string operated.
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Yes just tie a string where the pedal connection is and it will work. i would recomend a small metal ring between the rope and the trigger that way you can use a little bigger rope and the rope will not wear or snap on you
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Not this design. It's released by the foot pedal.
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Is this made in the USA or somewhere else?
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The equipment was "Made in China", for Lyman Products, Middletown, CT.
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Actually thought it was domestic while assembling, but it is made in China according to the box. Feels sufficiently heavy, primarily mild steel angle and tube (not thin-wall). Parent company is Lyman Products in CT.
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Also, how high & how far is it supposed to throw the clay targets?
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It shoots them all, midi, mini, and full sized targets.

You can do standard doubles but if you want to do piggyback doubles I'd remove the high-angle clip as this version has the clip going over the top of the clay.

A regulation trap target flight is 8-12 ft high 10 yards from the thrower and is out to about 50 yards per the manual. You can easily throw farther if you wish. There are 4 hight adjustment holes.
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