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Do-All Outdoors White Quail Automatic Trap 80 to 90 Yards Range

Do-All Outdoors, LLC
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Specifications and features:
Do-All Outdoors White Quail automatic trap
80 to 90 yards range
90 target auto feeder
5-degree to 35-degree adjustable angles
Heavy duty powder-coated steel frame
Foot pedal release
Aircraft aluminum alloy arm
Extra target brushes with target backstop for high angle presentations
1 to 2 second cycle time
Tray leveling system won't break targets
Safety ring attachment 
Total number of Reviews: 1

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"I did a lot of research before purchasing the DO All White Quail Automatic Trap. Looked at Champion, Atlas, Do-All Aerial Assualt model and Promatic units. The Atlas did not have a stand alone base, the Promatic was out of my price range with the stand alone base added in. That narrowed it down to the lower end Champion and the Do-All Models. The Easybird Champion was rated 55 to 65 yards, the White Quail 80 to 90 yards and the Aerial Assualt 90 to 100 yards. I wanted greater than 55 yard range so that eliminated the Champion unit. The White Quail has a better quality throwing arm that can be adjusted manually then the Aerial Assualt. The Aerial Assualt requires you to bend the arm to adjust, and can be quite a feat to adjust based on some of the reviews I have read. So I went ahead and paid the extra money for the White Quail because I do not have alot of time to adjust clay traps. I wanted something that worked out of the box with minimal adjustment. The box the unit arrived in was very small - a lot smaller then what I had anticipated. The parts were well packed and everything was in the box. The manual that comes with the unit is mediocre - some of the pics show parts already on the unit that you are not suppose to put on until later. It took me about thirty minutes to assemble the unit, and I am not mechanically inclined. The manual does not include instructions on how to use the unit. You have to watch the included DVD. The DVD in my box was for the Aerial Assualt. The operation of the unit was similar so it was easy to learn how to use the White Quail from the Aerial Assualt instructions. We set the trap up in my back yard to test. I used an older battery that seem to have issues. After 4 or 5 throws some of the clays busted and the clays would not drop down. After I switched to a fairly new marine battery the clays drop down fine and no busted clays. It is not mentioned in the instructions but having a good, powerful fully charged Marine Battery appears...."