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  • Zinger Winger Field Trialer G4

    Zinger Winger Field Trialer G4


    The Field Trialer™ is the original Zinger Winger™ that we launched 20 years ago and remains one of our most popular wingers. The overall compact size and powerful throwing ability give it the extra advantage over its smaller counterparts. When...

    • Zinger Winger Field Trialer G4


      The Field Trialer™ is the original Zinger Winger™ that we launched 20 years ago and remains one of our most popular wingers. The overall compact size and powerful throwing ability give it the extra advantage over its smaller counterparts. When combined with remote release electronics it becomes an essential part of your dog training equipment that will quickly improve your dog's marking ability. For your dog to consistently perform well at your weekend Hunt Tests and Field Trials, they need to be shown marks (daily) with the same distance, arc, and height they see at those events. A remote Zinger Winger™ is a must for training by yourself. The Zinger WingerTM remote launchers have trained more champion retrievers than any other winger on the market.
      The Field Trialer™ G4 features heavy-duty hinges, an upgraded wire harness, and 2 settings for adjusting the height and distance of the throw. We designed it with an exclusive, servo-actuated Multi-Shot SoundTM mechanism that fires 209, .22, and .32 caliber blanks. As soon as the shot is fired, your dog can mark the bird more easily as it soars through the air. This increases the dog's chance of finding the bird and instills a successful attitude in the dog. The .22 and .32 caliber ports give you the ability to shoot an extra loud report for the dog to hear. The .32 blanks are similar to a 12 gauge shot and are perfect for Field Trial type marks. It's also important to remember that the winger can be operated without firing a blank for a silent launch.

      Each Zinger Winger™ now comes standard with our new Rolling Release™ pouch bolt. This release bolt is designed to provide the winger with a smooth and flawless launch while eliminating any possible hang-ups of your winger pouch and misfiring of the primers due to worn eyebolts and metal wear. No maintenance is required.

      The Field Trailer G4™ will launch ducks, pheasants, pigeons, Dokken's, and bumpers as well as live flyers. It weighs 15 pounds and measures 1 1/2" x 25" x 65" when folded flat. By selecting the arc, height, and direction of the throw, the user has quick and easy control. An optional carrying case is available for this unit. Compatible with Dogtra, SportDog, or Tritronics Remote Electronics (Except Manual Version).



      Drop-Ship Item. Please allow 2-4 weeks for delivery.
      Price Includes oversize freight charges.

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