I didn't take any rounds. The dogs were 4 feet from the track on either side. I made this mover in 2000 and it hasn't taken a round yet. The person that sets it up has to be mindful that the track and launcher are down range and work out the angles/height of the target.cenglish said:I like the skateboard mover. How bad did the wooden rail get shot up?
Noticed last night that the video of the match had moved. So if you tried to watch the video and got the dreaded 404 error, the link is now fixed. Sorry.freeidaho said:A wall with a door in it is very useful. Especially if there is a way to activate targets based on the movement of the door.
We used one in our state match this year http://www.parmarng.org. Click on [Photos] then the link for the state match. Stage 9 shows the door, Stage 1 shows a vehicle, Stage 2 shows a ticket sales window and a plywood pickup, Stage 8 shows a skateboard mover. There is also video.
Props that I have designed into stages:cenglish said:I'm looking for ideas. What is the most interesting IDPA prop that you've ever seen? In particular, I'm looking for something that can be accquired or built by a handful of folks. How was it used in a stage?