Track chair allows Coyle to hunt again

Paul Coyle is no longer out of the woods thanks to a new Action Trackchair.

Poor health had eliminated the avid hunter’s opportunities to hunt. Financial challenges didn’t help, he said.

Then one day he was watching videos on YouTube when he came across the Anisfield-Wilson track2wing project.

According to a flyer, the project purchases the electric all-terrain chairs, which retail for tens of thousands of dollars, for people with mobility challenges who currently train or hunt with bird dogs or who would like to do so.


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