For those of you who own a trap thrower how do you store yours, specifically in regards to the arm do you leave it under tension? My first do-all thrower was a manual cock so you could li eave the arm extended without tension in the spring. My next do-all was the 3/4 cock model which helps cock itself, but I found a way to slowly release the arm in the extended position with the least amount of spring tension. Now I have a champion wheelybird auto thrower and it seems the only way to store it is cocked, under pressure. The arm is a relatively thin aluminum sheet that I don't want getting bent or broken, and where I have to put wouldn't allow it to be out anyways. I don't like the idea of being stored under full tension but there doesn't seem like there's another option. Do any of you see any problem with this, or do you have another solution?