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Trap House Roof

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by kjsncnb, May 20, 2010.

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  1. kjsncnb

    kjsncnb Member

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    Does anyone have a set of plans or know of a good way to make the trap house roof's that can slide back for easy access?

    Kelly
     
  2. tgs1420

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  3. Jim Lambert

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    There was a thread on this subject a couple of months ago...Try a search and perhaps you can find more info. Crazy Chester



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  4. tgs1420

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    http://www.trapshooters.com/default.cfm
     
  5. luvnbearhugs1

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    Don't swear me to this, but this trap house looks like it could be Flagler Gun Club in Florida. I think they had houses like that. Not sure tho.
     
  6. Damifino

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    Whatever you do don't copy the design @ the club in LA where their state shoot was last week. There is a space between the house and the roof - you can see the head oscillating inside. You can only see the tines moving, so not enough to read the angle but PLENTY to distract!
     
  7. Barry C. Roach

    Barry C. Roach Well-Known Member

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    Kind of distracting to shooters on adjacent traps.
     
  8. trappypappy

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    Why a Slider?

    Trappypappy
     
  9. Beretta Blue

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    The picture on the first post is the Flagler Gun Club. The frame is made of heavy guage metal wall studs (welded) the roof and sides are lighter guage galvanized metal sheets. The gas cylinders are from a local auto parts store but are the largest available. (truck hood replacement gas cyl.)

    Jack
     
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