TX 1 Transmitter

TX 1 Transmitter

The TX1 Transmitter is simply wireless version of the standard trap release, for use with single trap systems. Please note that all TX based transmitter systems require the reciever module in order to work, see here for details.

Receiver RX

Receiver RX

The RX reciever is the counterpart to all TX transmitter systems. Each reviever has 4 independant outputs which can easily be paired with individual switches from one or many transmitters. Building a bespoke control system.

TX 4 Transmitter

TX 4 Transmitter

The TX4 Transmitter offers 4 outputs which can be assigned to control a number of traps or program to throw a simutaneous pair. 

Navigator Radio TDC

Navigator Radio TDC

The Navigator Radio TDC package gives the user full wire free control of the AutoClay 320 and its modular upgrades, Oscillating Base and Vertical Lift.

TX 8 Transmitter

TX 8 Transmitter

The TX8 gives 8 seperate outputs which can be assigned to control as many functions. Can be used to control multiple traps or multiple functions, depending on your requirements.

TX 16 Transmitter

TX 16 Transmitter

The TX16 has an extra 8 outputs thanks to the toggled "shift" modifier button which effectively doubles the TX8 outputs to give an additional 8 unique outputs. This can be used to control a whole array of traps as well as multiple functions on each trap as may be desired.

Radio Skeet

Radio Skeet

The Acorn Skeet Radio system comes as a complete package. It is Pre Programmed for the High House, Low House and a simultaneous pair.

Acorn Pro-Radio System & Receiver Package

Acorn Pro-Radio System & Receiver Package

The Acorn Pro-Radio system is a pre-programmed, plug-and-play upgrade intended for use with a single clay trap for club use or individual practice, including a 3 second delay feature and random release feature.

RapidFire Radio System

RapidFire Radio System

This radio package is designed to be used with the RapidFire and offers a compact radio control solution to go with your portable trap.

Radio Control Card Transmitter

Radio Control Card Transmitter

The Radio Control Card Transmitter is the upgraded controller component to the RapidFire radio control system.

Pro-Coach Handset

Pro-Coach Handset

The 2-button Pro Coach system is a simple yet effective coaching addition available accross all our machines. It allows the shooting coach and student to remain safely at the firing point whilst the trap is operated and adjusted remotely.

Acorn Skeet Wired Handset

Acorn Skeet Wired Handset

The wired solution to controlling a pair of traps from one controller, either individually fired or done as a simultaneous pair. Can be used for configurations other than skeet.

Wired Trap Release

Wired Trap Release

A simple wired release for use with singular Acorn traps which use no oscillation upgrades. A simple Fire button is all you need. Trajectories are pre-set manually on these setups. Comes with a port for attachable foot operated release switch.

50mtr extension cable

50Mtr Extension Cable

This 3-core reel of heavy duty cable enables remote operation of our traps without using radio systems.

Footswitch

Footswitch

A simple foot operated release for hands-free-operation of our traps. A robust and sturdy switch which works with all Acorn traps, and which plugs into the standard wired handset.

simulated game

Simulated Game Radio Controller Trap Shuffle

The Trap Shuffle is intended for use with Acorn Simulated Game Systems. Ideal for Sportrap, Compak and layouts where one trapper oversees several traps. Any number of birds may be thrown simultaneously

Acoustic Trap Release

Acoustic Trap Release

This release option simply replaces your standard button or radio release and is activated when it detects the word "Pull".

Acorn Wired Multi-Trap Release System

Acorn Wired Multi-Trap Release System

The wired solution to controlling multiple traps with one controller, either individually fired simultaneously.

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