Trius® 1-Step Target Thrower

   

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  • 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  
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.     
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 17 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by notwhatwewanted we found this unit to hard to release.wife could not operate. October 24, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by BEST THROWER OUT THERE i love this thing its was easy to setup loads with ease and has lota of adjustment for hight and power of clay pigeon Also you can use it yourslef with no trouble at all GREAT BUY October 7, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Nice thrower I originally bought this because my wife didn't like the regular throwers where she had to fight the spring to cock them. We had our first chance to use it today and she loved it! We went through a couple cases of clays without any hitches at all. The adjustable spring pressure is nice as well because I could have it at a lower power to slow it down for her and when I wanted to shoot my high power loads we just turned the knob and were throwing clays almost double the distance of the other guys at the range. Ya gotta love it when you're busting clays way past where the other people are able to throw them! As other people have already said, the instructions could use a little bit of work but it's easy enough to set up that you pretty much don't need them anyways if you just look at the picture on the box. September 24, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great Purchase It works just as described. Throughs well and easy to adjust the angle. Had lots of problems with previous brands in breaking the clays while throwing. This one has NOT broken one and I have been through about 3 boxes so far. Wonderful device. I did add an extra ring on the spring portion of the foot pedal so that I did not have to start with my foot in a elevated position, however this will slow it down some as the tension spring will not get to full tension before releasing. I would have given it a 5, but the instructions were vague. September 11, 2013
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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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 - Toronto, Canada
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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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 - Jonesboro, Ar
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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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 - Donalsonville, GA
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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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