tenfingergrip wrote:This was a fun project back in '05 about the time dog blinds were starting out. Had some bulk cordura and some 1/4 inch fiberglass rods and lots of velcro. Got a buddy in the upholstery business to sew the slots to slide the rods thru. Hence, the "Doggy Dome". Unfortunately had to buy the elastic to attach the raffia grass. The raffia came from some hula skirts.
ndk3819 wrote:Haven't had a chance to work on it, easy way to do it would be to use the receivers from the earlier postings, I'm looking into converting a remote door bell. I'll post it when I get done if its succesful
Here are some plans I found on the bird launcher.
The following are the most descriptive and "commercial" I've seen. It converts a commercial manual launcher to an electronic type for about $75. If you had 2 way radios you could deduct $25 with that.
http://gundogforum.com/resources/Remote ... rPlans.pdf
t_baker wrote:I like that idea. We have hose testing this month and always end up throwing out some old hose. I assume your using 2 1/2? I may try to make a few out of some 13/4 and see what I can get inside them.
roadbildr wrote:Has anyone ever tried a remote car door lock actuator and using that for remote bumper release?
the only concern I have is if it has enough stroke...I found some new on Amazon for $35 / each (includes 4 actuators) but only one controller
might be worth a trip to the junk yard to see what options there are
uppower wrote:My Boykins heated dog blind. Two stories with slated floor separating levels. Just put a small propane heater in bottom level. Keeps him toasty in between retrieves.
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