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Have you check the speed on the right hand target from between post #1 and #2. Set this to the ATA rule book recommended speed then look at a few pair. Hope this helps.

Ben D
 

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Check the magnets in the front of the machine and move then closer togeather.There should be a spacer between them move them up against the spacer.
 

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If it is a new PAT trap it should have the correct finger on it. If it is a used one there are three different versions of fingers. Speed is the only other thing that can change the width of doubles. Changing the magnets/switches will only change the angles on single target.

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The correct finger and a brush that works properly are the best you can do.

The reason the targets are wide many times is that they are not touching each other on the plate. the longer finger helps to bring the targets together as they start to move.

In incoming wind will spread the target, and vice versa. Set them in still air.

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