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This Western XS Model Western Trap with the TrapLoader CS270 conversion was built by Linsey Baxter of Linmar Repairs for the Commonwealth Games hosted by the Melbourne Gun Club (Australia).

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This WD100 Retro Trap was shipped to Northern Alberta. Runs off a generator and installed on a sporting cart.

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This is 2005 Model Retro CS270 Trap installed at a remote hunting camp in Northern BC.
Re: Western Traps in the wild [message #36 is a reply to message #35] Sat, 22 March 2014 19:20 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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These pictures were sent by a customer during their "redneck wedding" in MN, USA.
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Customer built this sturdy cart for his X Model Winchester-Western "White Flyer" Electric Trap. Western Retro makes three self-loading conversion kits for this model which are available in our store. The Western X Model is capable of throwing handset singles or doubles. It oscillates side to side as per ATA rules for flight and angles for the game of trap. Shown here the machine is throwing a standard American 108mm target. These are also great for throwing sporting and international style targets as well. I like a double nested pair (ie. Standard 108mm & midi 90mm - sandwiched together)which gives you four targets in the air at the same time.
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Re: Western Traps in the wild [message #38 is a reply to message #37] Sun, 23 March 2014 18:03 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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More fun in the back 40.
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Re: Western Traps in the wild [message #39 is a reply to message #38] Sun, 23 March 2014 18:13 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Retro WS270 Trap installed at the Courtenay Fish and Game Club.
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This is a customized Western Retro Wobble Doubles Trap installed on a portable cart with a 12 VDC Deep Cycle battery and 1500 watt inverter. This unit shipped to MT, USA.
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TrapLoader DS100 installed on a XS Model Winchester-Western Modified Trap. This customer used a pressure washer stand to mount the machine for self-loading singles or doubles. These same carts can be purchased through Princess Auto in Canada for less than $100.
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These two V Model Skeet Machines were shipped to a customer on the East Coast. They are standard Self-Loading V1574 Series Western Skeet Throwers restored by Western Retro. They were rewired to use the Clay Delay Handheld Wireless Remote Control System for up to 4 sporting machines.
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Re: Western Traps in the wild [message #43 is a reply to message #42] Mon, 24 March 2014 21:09 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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These pictures were taken in the Fall of 2003 testing one of our TrapLoader CS270 prototypes.
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This customer in MI built his own ATA trap field on his property
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This trap was installed at the Salt Spring Island Rod & Gun Club.
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