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Old 09-11-2017, 11:41 AM   #51
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Old 09-11-2017, 12:16 PM   #52
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I think I'm gonna pick one up after season is over. 13 bags of corn should last for several months!!

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Yes!!!!

10 bags lasts us almost 3 months.

Keep in mind, this is losing 0 to coons or squirrels or any dropping off the spinner
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Old 10-05-2017, 03:49 PM   #53
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Feeder is still running strong.
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Old 10-05-2017, 05:31 PM   #54
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Yup I got two and no issues.
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Old 10-05-2017, 06:17 PM   #55
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I have 3 of the big 650lb game Winners. All of them have been great feeders. The 6v slings the corn a long ways.
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Old 10-05-2017, 10:11 PM   #56
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Going out in 2 weeks. I am taking the Dremel and think that I am going to cut some of the critter guard. A lot of corn hits the guard and falls straight down, never getting through.
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Old 10-05-2017, 11:08 PM   #57
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They will go for like 50% off in Feb.
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Old 10-06-2017, 06:41 AM   #58
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They will go for like 50% off in Feb.
That would be nice. I will buy me another one then.
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Old 10-06-2017, 08:51 AM   #59
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They will go for like 50% off in Feb.
That's what I'm hoping for!! I've got the money to buy one now but I'm waiting for the post deer season sales!

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Old 10-06-2017, 08:55 AM   #60
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I just bought the smaller version and it went together in about 30-45 minutes. Just a lot of bolts in the steel parts. Very heavy construction for a $249.00 feeder. Gonna place a solar panel on mine this afternoon.
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Old 11-12-2017, 11:02 PM   #61
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we've got three now. I love the design. Timer is in a separate unit from the motor so the cage doesn't need to be removed to adjust timer. No real reason to unscrew the cage unless you need to change the thrower height. If the timer does end up filing, it's easy enough to replace with "the timer". Plan on slowly replacing all of our feeders with these.
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Old 11-12-2017, 11:13 PM   #62
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I have a new, still in the box, got last year, American Hunter RD225 Pro VB listed for sale for $80.00 if you are interested in a cheap feeder.
Where are you located ? I'm interested
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Old 11-17-2017, 01:40 PM   #63
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Is it possible to add one of these feeder controllers? https://westtexasfeedersupply.com/pr...r-solar-panel/
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Old 11-17-2017, 07:39 PM   #64
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Is it possible to add one of these feeder controllers? https://westtexasfeedersupply.com/pr...r-solar-panel/


Not really. The motor and spinner are the only thing on the bottom inside the cage. The cage is screwed onto the barrel so it doesnít come off easily. The timer and battery are in a box inside the barrel.

Iím sure you could rig one like that up. But it will be difficult to adjust times due to the screwed on cage. And it wonít get any sunlight on the panel. Not sure it would even fit inside the cage.
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Old 11-17-2017, 07:41 PM   #65
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Not really. The motor and spinner are the only thing on the bottom inside the cage. The cage is screwed onto the barrel so it doesnít come off easily. The timer and battery are in a box inside the barrel.

Iím sure you could rig one like that up. But it will be difficult to adjust times due to the screwed on cage. And it wonít get any sunlight on the panel. Not sure it would even fit inside the cage.


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Old 12-05-2017, 07:51 PM   #66
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Still holding off on buying one until after deer season. Hoping to catch a good sale!

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Old 12-07-2017, 08:45 PM   #67
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Hoping the same thing.
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Old 12-23-2017, 06:13 PM   #68
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I bought two of them right before christmas. I had to go to three academys in the northern DFW area as everyone was out of them. One guy told me they won't order any more this year and they have sold extremely well.

Assembly was easy but you do need another guy or gal to hold the legs so you can screw them in. It's an easy job, could have a kid hold the legs but you can't tighten the bolts inside the barrel and hold the legs unless you have 4" longer arms than me and I'm 6' 5"....
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Old 12-24-2017, 09:40 AM   #69
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Definitely agree itís a a two person assembly job. The Academy up here doesnít have any in stock. I still plan on getting another one.
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Old 12-24-2017, 09:54 AM   #70
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Hmmmmm wonder if I could graft my Krivoman direction (old style) to the hopper. I donít need the varmint cage.


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Old 12-25-2017, 01:48 PM   #71
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These are solid and true. I have started replacing all our barrel feeders with them. We love them...
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Old 03-12-2018, 06:06 PM   #72
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I just picked up one of these feeders and Iím not crazy about the spinner plate. Looks like the wind would blow corn off of it easily. Has anyone that has one replaced it with the gate style spinner plate? I think itís the smaller 1/8Ē shaft
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Old 03-12-2018, 09:04 PM   #73
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Iíve never had an issue is the spinner plate and the wind. I checked my feeder on Saturday and it had about 25 pounds left in it.
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Old 03-12-2018, 09:54 PM   #74
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I've bought at least ten game winner feeders. I replaced almost all of the mechanisms in the first year. I hope you have better luck.
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Old 03-13-2018, 06:38 AM   #75
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I've bought at least ten game winner feeders. I replaced almost all of the mechanisms in the first year. I hope you have better luck.
And yet you bought 10 of them huh? You make interesting purchasing decisions. Kinda like ďthank you sir, may I please have another?Ē
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I just picked up one of these feeders and Iím not crazy about the spinner plate. Looks like the wind would blow corn off of it easily. Has anyone that has one replaced it with the gate style spinner plate? I think itís the smaller 1/8Ē shaft
We have 2 of these set up at our lease since just after Christmas. Haven't had any issue with the wind and spinning out corn (and we have wind turbines on our lease so it's plenty windy)
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Old 03-13-2018, 05:21 PM   #77
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I just picked up one of these feeders and Iím not crazy about the spinner plate. Looks like the wind would blow corn off of it easily. Has anyone that has one replaced it with the gate style spinner plate? I think itís the smaller 1/8Ē shaft



I have three of those Joel, and they don't lose corn from the wind blowing.
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Old 03-15-2018, 04:21 PM   #78
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I can’t find these on the website or instore any other place other than academy selling them?
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Old 03-15-2018, 04:31 PM   #79
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Same here
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I canít find these on the website or instore any other place other than academy selling them?
They are "out of season" right now. They should show back up in the summer from what I was told by my store.
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First hand knowledge of this feeder form a 12 volt, crank up guy for the last 20 years.

I set this Game winner feeder up that Gabe graciously gave me since he got off his lease and filled it with 13 bags of corn, could have held one or two more, but the 13 was all I had. I set the timer for the time of spin and put it on the HI setting and believe me, that sucker will throw corn! I was shocked and pleased with the radius this thing will distribute corn. Very happy and hopefully only have to fill it every 3 months until the season starts, AND you can fill it form the ground. I am fixing to turn 65 and having to fill feeders by myself at the lease for 2 members has me worried with either crank up breaking a cable or the aluminum ladder I use for filling if I do not want to crank the feeders all the way down and one has to have the full height of the ladder to fill.

NOW I need 3 more of these Game Winner's to replace my 3 other crank up feeders. Any suggestions that are short of spending a fortune on 600# stand and fill feeders. Leaning towards Krivoman now as I have the 12 volt units to go on the bottom! right now Mitch is my option.
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First hand knowledge of this feeder form a 12 volt, crank up guy for the last 20 years.

I set this Game winner feeder up that Gabe graciously gave me since he got off his lease and filled it with 13 bags of corn, could have held one or two more, but the 13 was all I had. I set the timer for the time of spin and put it on the HI setting and believe me, that sucker will throw corn! I was shocked and pleased with the radius this thing will distribute corn. Very happy and hopefully only have to fill it every 3 months until the season starts, AND you can fill it form the ground. I am fixing to turn 65 and having to fill feeders by myself at the lease for 2 members has me worried with either crank up breaking a cable or the aluminum ladder I use for filling if I do not want to crank the feeders all the way down and one has to have the full height of the ladder to fill.

NOW I need 3 more of these Game Winner's to replace my 3 other crank up feeders. Any suggestions that are short of spending a fortune on 600# stand and fill feeders. Leaning towards Krivoman now as I have the 12 volt units to go on the bottom! right now Mitch is my option.
I agree Doug. I was surprised at how well this little feeder chunks corn...especially for having just a 6v motor. I have 3 other feeders that all have 12v motors but this thing will throw corn every bit as far as them. Iíd buy another in a heart beat if I could find in the $300 range thatís for sure. The only thing Iím concerned about is whether the varmint cage will keep the coons honest.
And yes, it held 14 bags of corn although they classify it as only 600lb.
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I agree Doug. I was surprised at how well this little feeder chunks corn...especially for having just a 6v motor. I have 3 other feeders that all have 12v motors but this thing will throw corn every bit as far as them. Iíd buy another in a heart beat if I could find in the $300 range thatís for sure. The only thing Iím concerned about is whether the varmint cage will keep the coons honest.
And yes, it held 14 bags of corn although they classify it as only 600lb.
If you find sny more of these feeders let me know. I will buy at last 3!
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Several of you guys said you were looking for the 600lb Game Winner feeders and it looks like they are back in stock at Academy for $300!

https://www.academy.com/shop/pdp/gam...dCatid=4847598
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Several of you guys said you were looking for the 600lb Game Winner feeders and it looks like they are back in stock at Academy for $300!

https://www.academy.com/shop/pdp/gam...dCatid=4847598
Plus $149 shipping!
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Plus $149 shipping!


In store pick up is the way I would go Jenn
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In store pick up is the way I would go Jenn
I already have 2... drove around Dallas just before Chrostmad until we found them one at a time because in store pickup wasn't free back then...
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I already have 2... drove around Dallas just before Chrostmad until we found them one at a time
Just got off the phone with the Mesquite store and they have 1 in stock. He said the Garland store has 3 on hand and Rockwall has 2!

Remember too guys, this thing holds 700lbs of corn not just 600! Great feeder IMO


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Just got off the phone with the Mesquite store and they have 1 in stock. He said the Garland store has 3 on hand and Rockwall has 2!

Remember too guys, this thing holds 700lbs of corn not just 600! Great feeder IMO


You got 700lbs in your feeder? Wow. Mine only took 13 50#'s bags. I doubt it I could have stuff another two bags into mine.

If I have the money again I will get me another one. These are worth it.
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You got 700lbs in your feeder? Wow. Mine only took 13 50#'s bags. I doubt it I could have stuff another two bags into mine.

If I have the money again I will get me another one. These are worth it.
Yessir...a full 14 bags!
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If I could find one I would buy it.
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Go to the link I posted above and search by your local area code and start calling stores.
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Good deal Joel! But how do i get one with that kool Bonecollector logo?
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Have your people call my people.
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His people are at Walmart...
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Old 06-26-2018, 11:55 AM   #96
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Sounds like the bigger versions are better than the barrel shaped 300-lb feeders Game Winner makes. Mine was a royal PITA to put together, the motor conked out after 3 months, coons easily dismantled the "varmint cage", and it was just overall junk.
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we have a couple of these. I would suggest making a few of the cage openings a little bigger. Seems like most of the corn hits the cage and falls under the feeder. We cut a couple wires all the way around, level with the spinner. Problem solved
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we have a couple of these. I would suggest making a few of the cage openings a little bigger. Seems like most of the corn hits the cage and falls under the feeder. We cut a couple wires all the way around, level with the spinner. Problem solved
still squirrel/coon proof?....sounds good post a pic later if you got time.
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1 left in the garland storeóyou will have to ask them for it-itís in the back
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I picked one up from the College Station store. i will place it in the next couple of weeks. Has anyone made theirs directional?
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