Gotta like a man that thinks big.
A duck about 45 to 50 yards depending on trajectory.
Damn! Do you use 10ga loads instead of primers?
It throws a very cool looking mark. Lots of hang time.
what size 4 wheeler do you use to tote it around
It's aluminum, weighs about 30 lbs., it's not practical for everyday training but it's great for certain marks at tests.
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.
Here are a few pictures of the style I built. I used kwicklabs design and then made a few modifications.
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.
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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