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I have been using the Champion remote release system with my easy bird doubles trap. Great for shooting from multiple locations around trap. It easy t...
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Freedom from Extension Cords......

by Zidecar, from United States, NJ Written on January 12, 2015
This is a worthy addition to your motorized clay bird launcher if you want to be able to shoot birds from several angles, distances and directions. It frees you from having to use an extension cord to separate the trapper and/or shooter from the launching machine. I use it with my Champion Wheelybird thrower. Setup is straight forward and the instructions are clear and easy to follow. After installing the battery in the hand held controller, you connect the receiver to a power source (typically the battery that powers the thrower), press the "learn" button in the covered compartment under the receiver, then press the button on the controller you want to use to launch the bird (there are two such buttons). Once the receiver has "learned" the button frequency security code, the ready button on the top of the receiver will flash rapidly for a few seconds and you are ready to go. There is a small dial knob in the covered compartment of the reciever to adjust the time that the relay stays closed when activated by the remote control button. This enables the receiver to accommodate different cycling times for various throwers. The Wheelybird operates at the lowest (shortest relay time) setting.

The hand held controller has a power on/off switch on the side. When the switch is set to the on position, You have to press the launching button once to activate the link to the thrower. After that, each push of the button will result in a bird launch based on the cycle time of your l...
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Works well

by jim, from United States, NC Written on January 7, 2015
Connected this remote to my wheelybird and it worked well. Great range allows you walk around the launcher and delay setting let you operate it alone. Remote will work multiple receivers to add launchers for doubles or crossing pairs. The connections allow you to connect the foot peddle if desired. The only thing I do not like are the power connections. The small clips pop off easily during setup. I will probably wire the to the wheelybird clips....
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Champion Targets Single/Double Remote Release Systems

by red, from Australia, western australia Written on September 1, 2014
I have been using the Champion remote release system with my easy bird doubles trap. Great for shooting from multiple locations around trap. It easy to install & simple to use at the right price.
I rate this brand & product highly.
thanks
shaune...
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Champion target release switch.

by texas, from United States, TX Written on August 29, 2014
If you have a champion thrower you have to have this remote. At 80-90 bucks its a bargin. I don't know why champion doesn't charge a bit more for their throwers and include this remote and completely do away with the irritating cord and foot switch....
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Works great with the champion wheelybird

by poopy pants, from United States, WA Written on August 12, 2014
I used this on my wheelybird and it works awesome. Haven't pushed it for range yet, but it works great standing nearby. It was also very easy to install. A couple of heat shrink wire connectors and you are good to go....
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Skeeter

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on October 1, 2012
I have for traps using two double remotes. You can not throw doubles with traps located on different remotes. Singles seem to cancel each other out and no trap is trggered
Pros: Easy setup
Cons: Range less than 40 yards, can not use 2 units at same time...
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Turkey Joe champion double remote release

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on July 22, 2011
I help take care of different sporting clays ranges.Set up was easy. Does not conflict with the Long Range Brand wireless remote that I also use.
Pros: worked on serval brands of traps, easy setup
Cons: none at present...
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Retired

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, MO Written on January 2, 2011
A noticeable delay when transmitter button is pressed before target is released by my trap machine.
Pros: Easy to setup and use
Cons: Receiver cables not long enough...
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