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Top dollar cash paid for pre-1900 target throwers. Looking for early glass ball throwers and pre-1900 clay pigeon traps. Names including Card's, Mole's, Ligowsky, Peoria Black Bird, Blue Rock, Kingbird, Empire, and U.S. Pigeon Company. Not interested in most traps marked "EXPERT" or "Western" but I am looking for a double-arm EXPERT trap.

Please contact me with anything you might have.
 

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Rick, a while back I started to try to collect old traps also. I have 3 left.1 is a Expert
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pantent'd MCH 1892
Cleveland Target Co.

That is all black and atleast 90% plus condition

2. I a Anschultz table top thrower, it throws today's target as a mini or midi sporting clays. It is all original except for the legs. I believ the original legs were of wood, now it has metal legs

3. Is another Expert Trap, from Remington Arms in Bridgeport, Conn made by Chamberlyn Works.

I don't know if you had any interest, I surely can email mail you pic's if you are, if not I understand. Thanks, Doug Wolk @ Shotgun Specialties


I also have a complete set of Mosquite thrower and solid targets with the box, and acc's
 
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