Monday, August 17, 2009

Training With Electronic Bird Launchers

You have dizzied a quail, or a pigeon, and carefully placed it in your training field. You leave to get your trainee and come back to find the bird has revived and flown or walked out of the area. Manual launchers solve this problem but you must pull a string or step on a lever to release the bird. A touchy situation for a man alone trying to handle a bird dog. Electronic launchers put you in control of when the bird is put to flight from up to 100 yds. You can staunch up the pup, control creeping and enforce whoa while your finger is on the release button. Control of the training situation is a must and an electronic bird launcher will make your training time more effective and efficient.

posted by Karen Thomason on Jul 21 2:12 PM

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