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Zinger Winger Dummy And Bird Launchers

Zinger Winger designs and manufactures the world's widest variety of dummy and bird launchers in both manually operated and remotely activated models.

Zinger Winger designs and manufactures the world's widest variety of dummy and bird launchers in both manually operated and remotely activated models. Lightweight (12-15 pounds average), compact (each model folds up for easy transportation in the back of a suburban or box of a pickup) and sturdy (all are made from strong tubular aluminum), all the models are easy for anyone to operate, quick to assemble in less than 30 seconds and capable of launching dummies and birds up to 40 yards to suit any training requirement.

The Field Trialer, the Mini-Zinger, the Uplander and the Zinger Winger II have adjustable arc and throw, will fold flat for easy transportation, are compatible with Tri-Tronics and Dogtra remote launching transmitters and will launch any brand of dummy, plus all species of game birds in any size.


CONTACT: Zinger Winger, (800) 351-8411; www.zingerwinger.com


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