I use stick men and mechanical retired guns any time I train alone. Prior to testing the Train-Rite Retired Release (TRRR), I used Maxwell Retiring Gunners on most setups.Jerry Roellchen said:This doesn?t answer you question but my new product that will be out soon (3 weeks) is the Train-Rite Retired Release. It clamps on to stickman poles from 1\4" to 5\8" in diameter. The release is close to the pole so that you can put the shirt around the pole so the shirt when released will fall strait down to the base of the pole and not let the wind blow it out into your setup. Jeff T did the field testing for me so maybe he will post his thoughts. The price will be $86.99 for the Train-Rite Retired Release.
Do you have to pick it up after each shot or does it reset itself?I use a white shirt on a clothes hanger that attaches to the TRRR. When the remote is pressed, the hanger and shirt fall to the ground. I generally use the TRR with a Max 5000
Do you have to pick it up after each shot or does it reset itself?
You have to reset it after each drop. I know when you are running more than one dog it?s not the best thing to have to do but until there?s a cost effective and reliable way to raise and lower the shirt this is one way you have to retired a gun when training by yourself.
Thanks for your input on the Soon to be available Train- Rite.Bullets Dad said:Has anyone tried the Zinger Winger Retired Gun attachment ??
Please post up and don't hold back.