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Where to get 'Release' decal?

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by Jim Brown (the puller), Jun 5, 2007.

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  1. Jim Brown (the puller)

    Jim Brown (the puller) TS Member

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    I just bought a Citori Special Trap with double Allem release triggers. I want to put a warning decal on the gun. Where can I get one?
     
  2. Jim Brown (the puller)

    Jim Brown (the puller) TS Member

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    Thanks. I'll talk to Allem at Elysburg this weekend.
     
  3. johnpe

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    I just take a 1 1/2 inch diameter orange dot that I use to shoot at with my rifle and hand letter a large "R". They are sold by the package at any stationary store. Easy and inexpensive.
     
  4. BigM-Perazzi

    BigM-Perazzi Well-Known Member

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    I'm thinking of using a skull & crossbones decal with a big 'aaarrrrrr'. That oughta scare 'em off.
     
  5. atashooter

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    go to the Trapshooter's page and scroll down.
     
  6. Jennifer

    Jennifer Member

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    At the California State Shoot one year, I and a fellow squad-mate went to the line in a singles event with each other's BT-99s and were just preparing to start the sub-event when we realized something was askew; so yes, an orange sticker would be in order for a release trigger. I like BigM-Perazzi's "Arrrrr" and skull and crossbones idea too!

    Jennifer
     
  7. Jim Brown (the puller)

    Jim Brown (the puller) TS Member

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    When I first started shooting trap, I put my 870 in the end slot of the gun rack. Someone moved my gun and put his 870 where mine had been. It wasn't marked as a release trigger and I had no idea that such a thing existed. I remember hearing a click when I pulled the trigger and the gun going off as I lowered it and let go of the trigger. The only way I knew the gun wasn't mine, by looking, was the flat brass circle where the safety should have been.

    I never did find out whose gun I had taken to the line and there was no laughing audience when I ran it back inside the clubhouse.
     
  8. Quack Shot

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    Try using a label maker like the Dymo, Brother, or Casio, just to name a few. You can even color code the labels and put them on the gun or even on the trigger guard.
     
  9. halfmile

    halfmile Well-Known Member

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    I have a Brother labeler I use for equipment controls, and with a yellow tape and black lettering, it makes a nice sticker.

    I print "RELEASE" in caps and put it on the trigger guard.

    Stands out good, can't miss it. You can see it in the rack from across the room.

    HM
     
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