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F/S: Wired ClayDelay Autopuller Advanced

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by skeet_man, Feb 26, 2012.

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    For Sale: Clay Delay Autopuller, Advanced wired version. This model has a provision for voice delay, which replicates the human reaction time of a normal puller. Will work for trap or skeet (or any other 1-2 trap setup) Original retail for this was $149. They've redesigned their line a little bit this year, and this model is now equivalent to the Autopuller Basic in their new line (but is a step up from the old Autopuller Basic, which only had instant release, and would not replicate the lag). The current price for the Basic is $129 plus shipping (which is $9 for me, and I'm only an hour away from them).

    I'm also including the cord which I used, which cost $21.60, as well the L5-20 twist lock connector, which will mate with your clubs female connector, if its already set up that way, these are typically around $10.

    Total cost for me to reproduce this setup would be $180.

    I'm only selling to finance a wireless version of the same thing. I've had 3 wireless clay delays, and a couple wired ones. I should have kept the wireless ones I had, but sold them as the need waned, but I find myself shooting practice almost exclusively solo these days, and a wireless one would be much more convenient.

    Yours for $125 plus $11.35 for USPS Priority Mail shipping ($136.35). My price is firm on this, if I can't get the asking price, I'll just buy the wireless upgrade kit from Clay Delay (same functionality, but it has 2 boxes you have to wear instead of one).
     
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