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Ouell has risen the bar.  411 is equally effective in the destruction of grey squirrels, weasels, stoats, rats and similar vermin.  Strong construction, galvanized, very light and easy to set.  It will kill outright.  Officially approved... Certifié Québec.  If approved by UK standards, 411 would compete against Kania 2000 and Elgeeco's Procull in reducing the UK's grey squirrel population.

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Interesting! Few questions. What are the dimensions of the trap? What is the purpose of the second kill bar? Is the flap at the rear of the trap simply for easy placement of bait, lure?

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Hkw

2 minutes ago, Phil Lloyd said:

Looks to be ideal for a wilderness trapping situation...:hmm:

How bigs the job sir?? Will I need a wheel barrow or the helicopter??😀

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5 minutes ago, W. Katchum said:

Hkw

How bigs th4e job sir?? Will I need a wheel barrow or the helicopter??😀

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You will need Forty-Two Dollars per trap Sir:laugh:

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1 minute ago, Phil Lloyd said:

You will need Forty-Two Dollars per trap Sir:laugh:

That’s okay I’ll sell the second helicopter😂

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According to the Certifié Québec and Trap Certification de Piége Canada.  Ouell trap's entrance is 3 1/2 inches(90mm) wide and 3 inches(77mm) high.  AIHTS # QAI

Ouell's web page listed the 411 trap as being 2.4 lbs... and 11in x is 6in x 5in.  "Pull up lever (2 levels alternative) and hook the security bracket"= Ouell webpage.  I have come to the conclusion, the second kill bar is used to pull back the striking bar.  As for 2 levels of striking, that still reminds undetermined.  Maybe Ouell's webpage can shed some light on this function.  Yes,  the Ouell trap has a convenient back door, for placing the bait.  $52.95 Canadian dollars.

Great trap!  Kania trap is $89 Canadian dollars.  

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£30 roughly at this weeks CAD exchange rate.

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14 hours ago, LuckOrJudgement said:

Quite a piece of engineering, that. 

 One or two more refinements and they will have to start considering re-entry proceedures...

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22 hours ago, LuckOrJudgement said:

Quite a piece of engineering, that. 

I was thinking one of those big cornbeef tins and a couple of trampiline springs, and "Walla"!!!😅😅

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47 minutes ago, EDDIE B said:

I was thinking one of those big cornbeef tins and a couple of trampiline springs, and "Walla"!!!😅😅

Now there's a plan. I think most guys of a certain age have more trampoline springs than they know what to do with. My youngest is going on 12 now and yet I'm still not allowed to demolish our trampoline. Bloody eyesore.

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10 minutes ago, LuckOrJudgement said:

Now there's a plan. I think most guys of a certain age have more trampoline springs than they know what to do with. My youngest is going on 12 now and yet I'm still not allowed to demolish our trampoline. Bloody eyesore.

Would you believe i have to do one today. Woman's friend needs it dismantled. Skip is coming. And yes im keeping the springs lol

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