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Winchester Handset/Auto Machines For Sale-UPDATED

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by frmrshooter, Jan 30, 2012.

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  1. frmrshooter

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    9 Winchester Handset Trap Machines $100.00 each (all are in good working condition)

    2 Winchester Automatic Trap Machines $200.00 each (again all are in good working condition)

    1 old style Beomat trap machine for parts only $300.00 (non working)

    If interested, contact Bill Clay, South River Gun Club, Covington, Georgia at bclay@southrivergunclub.com
     
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    how many targets do the automatic hold? how much to ship to 63363. thanks larry
     
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    Both the W-W V1577, V1582 & V1583 hold 190 pigeons. The original poster does not list the model number. The V1577 is the older (well, they are all old) model. The difference in the V1582 and V1583 is the latter has the front mounted vertical motor which makes it into the "wobble" category.

    You *can* extend the vertical risers some to get more targets on them, but eventually you run into a problem with the weight of the stack exceeds the holding ability of the rubber snubbers.

    I've seen some hold almost 300, but they maintained the machine meticulously.


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    Please note that these are 1983 prices when Winchester sold them new out of the Alton, IL location.

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