Do-All Full-Cock Clay Hawk Trap

Priced: $69.99 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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The Clay Hawk throws targets as singles and nested pairs of stacked doubles. The triangular base is ultra-stable and sits high enough off the ground that you can operate the trap from a chair. Three pivot mounts allow you to throw targets in all directions, and it includes ground spikes for stability.
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Do-All Full-Cock Clay Hawk Trap Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

DO-All Clay Thrower Great fun Small price

I purchased this last month and have used it since. Its a blast. If you take your time and read directions, its easy. I've read other disappointed reviews and I don't get it. It works great. Recommended.
Ozgard at Cabelas on 06/25/2012

Neutral Reviews:

Good For Beginners

Do-All Full-Cock Clay Hawk Trap does the job Ok but does need a little help. If you purchase this thrower make sure you use lock tight on all the nuts to make sure it stays together. It has a tendency to loosen up during use. Another concern is that it sometimes brakes the clays. When you fine tune the adjusting tension you can get rid of most of the problem. Take your time and you will have allot of fun with this thrower. Try mounting it onto a heavy piece of plywood to make it secure .
We have been using it for a while and it is working fine /
CorpseGrinder at Cabelas on 05/16/2012

Does The Job

This thrower does the job. Following the suggestions of others I mounted it to a board instead of relying on the stakes. Also...the wrench for adjusting the thrower isn't very useful. Take your own sockets or wrenches.
RedwoodOtter at Cabelas on 06/26/2012

Save your money

Thrower arm broke loose from the pivot pin very soon after I started using it. Was weak welding, I had it rewelded and now it is working. Buy a better model.
Gator54 at Cabelas on 03/28/2012