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    Clay thrower recommendation.

    Interested in buying a Clay Thrower, something affordable, not fancy or expensive but not a cheap thing also.
    A lot in the market but I would like to hear some recommendations.
    Thank you!!!
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    Do All White Wing is your best bet to get going.
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    I use the Trius stomp type. Relatively cheap, rugged, throws them a good distance, and does a passable job on doubles. Fits in a trunk and can be used solo. It's good if you're just practicing for bird hunting or just getting started. If you're serious you'll soon outgrow it. But then you'll want something you have to tow with a wobble attachment that costs several hundred dollars.
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    Do all 3/4 cock thrower is pretty sweet. I started with a do all clayhawk full cock thrower and it works well, but you have to fight against the spring to cock it every time. The 3/4 cock thrower is way smoother and waaay less effort to cock, especially if you are throwing a bunch of cases of clays at a time. I would highly recommend the wobbler extension to change directions and angles without involving wrenches. Money well spent.
    If you are shooting solo, I've seen many guys using the trius one step that looks pretty good also

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    Thank you guys, I was watching both brands and they seem to be good for the money. I think I will get the 3/4 from Do All, was watching the videoson YouTube.
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    I also have the Do All 3/4 cock thrower with the wobbler and would recommend it highly.

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