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GMV Super Star Trap machines for sale (CORRECTED)

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by himark, Aug 30, 2012.

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  1. himark

    himark Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for correcting, but have to ask.....where are pat traps made?
     
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    Hinneker, New Hampshire out there close to one of the two LEFT coasts.
    Those Liberals must not be aware of them being there. Scott
     
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    Boy, where to start.

    First, I guess is that your head appears to be where the sun don't shine.

    Second, you show how little you know about trap machines let alone design and engineering.

    Third, why would you crap all over someone's thread trying to sell great used equipment?

    GMV machines are so over designed and built - cast and machined rather than simple tubing welded in place. Complex electronics that is wildly reliable and real springs rather than rubber bands. Real design rather than old barn tinkering.

    GMV made a mistake of going through a major up grade of their facility just as the economy was tanking - poor business but not poor quality.

    The only down side is that there is a learning curve on the service side - you need to spend some time learning about your machines to maintain them (tends to separate the yazbos from the people who understand machinery) - once that is done they are far more reliable and service friendly that a Pat Trap will ever be. Ask anyone with experience with both GMV's and Pats and they will tell you GMV's throw better and more consistent targets.

    Parts were an issue for a while, but that appears to be resolving itself.

    David
     
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    We have two traps at our club. One is a Beomat ( lmost exact same thing as a Super Star) and the other is a Super Star Wobble. We have a zillion targets through both and they take little to care for them. I have learned them inside out and would not trade even for a Pat. Several clubs close by have pat traps & they are working on them a lot. You are totally correct David
     
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    are there any traps left?
     
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