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Item #: DKT0500

Duke Traps 6 Inch #3 Coil Spring Foot Trap for Beaver, Bobcat, Coyote, Lynx

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Product Description

Duke Traps 6 Inch #3 Coil Spring Foot Trap for Beaver, Bobcat, Coyote, Lynx. Coil Spring Traps are foot-hold restraining devices used to catch and hold wild animals. This style of trap has been in use since the early part of the 20th century and is widely accepted as a cost effective and efficient tool for managing wildlife populations. Coil Spring Traps are manufactured of steel components and powered by a set of compact coil springs.

#3 coilspring 6 inch jaw spread.

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Bob Long from Marble Hill, MO. USA
This is the lowest price I've seen for this item!
How is the quality? Does it have every feature you need?
Well, Duke Traps are made as the economy brand of steel traps, but I am very happy with their strength and dependability as a bargain priced trap to serve the purposed needed in the field compared to the expense brands on the market.
What do you like or dislike about the features?
I like how that this trap looks and performs comparable to any of the big name brands out there on the market.
Do you think this item is a good value?
This is the cheapest price on this trap I have seen since the cost of metal has gone up so much. This is a great value for the money by far.
Please give your general opinion of this product.
I think Duke traps are the best bargain priced traps on the market for their strong performance, quality and durability of the item. They are the great traps for the beginner trapper and the veteran trapper alike.
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Customer Comments
"Reputable. High quality products. Reliable. Good customer service." Feb 2015