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Re: Electric clay throwing trap

Postby Dexter's Shed » Thu Feb 26, 2015 12:46 pm

having had a few weekends using this, the one downside is you end up with an area with lots of broken clays, although they will burn weirdly enough, we thought a better idea was to rake them up every 6 months or so, and as they are ORANGE, use them as hardcore on our pathways within the woods :D
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Re: Electric clay throwing trap

Postby SimonFisher » Thu Feb 26, 2015 1:29 pm

Dexter's Shed wrote:... you end up with an area with lots of broken clays, although they will burn weirdly enough...

Any idea what the ones you're using are made of? A quick Google suggests that pulverised limestone and pitch are the main ingredients of most.
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Re: Electric clay throwing trap

Postby Dave and Verity » Thu Feb 26, 2015 1:45 pm

A bit of parctise and then you will be able to shoot them nice and cleanly, they break into nice small pieces then.

















Woah Dexter, just baiting you a little.

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Re: Electric clay throwing trap

Postby Dexter's Shed » Thu Feb 26, 2015 3:00 pm

bait away :lol:

I couldn't hit a barn door when I started, but now I've figured it out, yup they smell of bitumen SF, so probably what you describe
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