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Thread: Building some Wingers??

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    Gotta like a man that thinks big.

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    A duck about 45 to 50 yards depending on trajectory.

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    Damn! Do you use 10ga loads instead of primers?

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    It throws a very cool looking mark. Lots of hang time.

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    what size 4 wheeler do you use to tote it around

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    It's aluminum, weighs about 30 lbs., it's not practical for everyday training but it's great for certain marks at tests.

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    I'd market that joker. I've made several for about $150 a piece with electronic bow release rigs. They work great but I like the convenience of the store bought wingers too.

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    Here are a few pictures of the style I built. I used kwicklabs design and then made a few modifications.

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    How bout a source for some decent nylon or plastic pulleys that aren't $50 for a set of four?
    If you're gonna be dumb, you gotta be tough.

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    Is this inexpensive enough? (not nylon.....but?)

    Winger Pulleys (link)

    Kendall, that looks very familiar. Nice job.

    These Kwick Wingers are now fourteen years old.....and still working.

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