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Tube Trap Squirrel Trap
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Tube Trap Squirrel Trap

Item #: 35802
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$57.95$55.50
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Description

Tube Trap Squirrel Trap, Rust-Resistant

Get rid of those pesky squirrels with the Tube Trap. Used either baited or non-baited, the Tube Trap is a natural attractant to squirrels wanting to run through it or hide in it. Once the squirrel reaches the pan in the middle of the trap, the double torsion spring is triggered. When a capture is made, the squirrel is generally hidden from public view. The trap features a safety hook, is constructed of 21-gauge steel, and measures 4.5˝ in diameter and 15˝L. Caution: This is a lethal trap, use special care when and where setting.

Note: The use of certain traps is restricted in some states. Check with your local game office to determine which traps can be used in your area.

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Quick Specs

MPN WCSTUBERR
UNSPSC 10191701
Made In United States

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Reviews

5
68%
4
17%
3
6%
2
4%
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Anonymous

The device works. I got a rat on my first night. I used old gloves to keep my scent off. It's easy to set once you get the hang of it. Read the directions. On my second trap, the trigger bent ever so slightly but enough that it doesn't work. The company is going to fix or replace it. This thing has a ton of force so be careful. Had the trigger not bent, I'd say 5 stars all the way.

Anonymous

I drilled a hole on the front and back of the trap and mounted a 2x6 board under it to keep the trap more stable. Once you figure out how to use it the trap works flawlessly.

Anonymous

Purchased this trap (rust-free) and have been very disappointed. The force of the spring has caused both the tube and the kill arm to deform after about 10 uses. The trap itself takes a comically large amount of force to trigger, even after loosening the bolt and greasing the mechanism (I had previously thought it had something to do with the rust-free coating causing the plate to stick - yes I have set rat traps before and know you have to fiddle to get them on the edge of tripping). Squirrels just lick the bait, skitter away, and mock me.