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Canterbury Comparison

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by kolar12, Feb 5, 2008.

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  1. kolar12

    kolar12 Member

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    If wired and wireless Canterbury units are used at the same registered shoot, does it put either squad at a disadvantage? Would shooters complain about this? In other words, is one faster or slower? Thanks, Gary
     
  2. halfmile

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    I believe the Canterbury system throws all targets .6 seconds after the voice triggers the circuit.

    This makes it just about like a good hand pulled target. It probably could be faster but difficulties would happen if you went to a manual in case of breakdowns, or shot at a club with manual.

    NO difference in wired or wireless.

    HM
     
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    How often do you have to change batterys,From now on out which one will you buy wireless or wired?
     
  5. Bob Hawkes

    Bob Hawkes Well-Known Member

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    Hoping to see an answer to TS 35's question. Thanks guys, Bob
     
  6. kolar12

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    I am also interrested in battery life. Are they 9 volt? How many per unit?(microphone)
     
  7. kolar12

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    I think I just answered my own questions.
     
  8. Bob Hawkes

    Bob Hawkes Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for the link Kolar 12. I find it very difficult to justify replacing existing sets to the tune of $2,000. We don't have those kind of profits from our shoots. Bob H.
     
  9. kolar12

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    Alder1, I agree. If you need to add two more though, what would you choose?
     
  10. Ljutic111

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    We had 1 wired set and just bought 2 more sets with spare parts all purchased used from other clubs up-grading . 15 stands for a 2 trap club so we`re set OK . Something goes bad we change it quick . If it rains we will use the pull cords if the range officer wants too . We`re an all member hands on club so everyone who comes will help set up or take down . Even non members pitch in and help very often .
     
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