Remington Vintage Clay Target Thrower

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Auction: 10874694

Manufacturer:   Remington
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Auction Type:   Basic
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Auction Start:
(June 30, 2015 11:09:01 PT)
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(July 7, 2015 11:00:06 PT)

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This is an oldie but goodie. Easy to throw clay targets. It has been sprayed with a swatch of white spray paint, but otherwise in usable condition. These are collectables now.

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Questions for Users
    Q:  is this one of those with a wood handle and metal frame. 02/26/2012
        A:  Yes. Sorry I did not realize that the pictures did not post. So, I have posted them. I hope that this is what you are looking for. 02/26/2012
    Q:  You don't happen to have the instruction manual that came with it do you? I would be willing to pay seperately for a copy or scan of that 03/07/2012
        A:  As I remember, the instructions were printed on the cardboard packing where is was tied to. As soon as you untied the twist ties, it went bye-bye. The instructions are simple, insert clay pigeon between the opposing fingers, with the base towards the flats of the thrower. Draw then thrower head back until it rested against the handle. Throw in direction you wanted it to go, like a frisbee on a stick. I don't know if that helps or not, but that is all I have. 03/07/2012