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OUELL RM Trap sans tunnel

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This is OUELL RM trap.  Used for muskrats...nethertheless, it has proven itself highly effective in the dispatch of grey squirrels.  These photo are of the RM set with the safety on.  It is shown without it's artificial cedar tunnel.

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5 minutes ago, micky said:

THEY LOOK LIKE THEY WOULD BE A GOOD OLD PRICE AND NOT MUCH USE OVER HERE .

Traps stateside are normally cheaper than here mickey and I could use them for squirrels in Canada 🙂

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2 hours ago, mackem said:

Traps stateside are normally cheaper than here mickey and I could use them for squirrels in Canada 🙂

 

2 hours ago, mackem said:

Traps stateside are normally cheaper than here mickey and I could use them for squirrels in Canada 🙂

I have bought a lot of traps from the States and found them to be very high quality and cheap but I do not think the trap shown would be ideal for Squirrels certainly not as good as Round  a 3inch body Grip in a Cubby .

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5 minutes ago, micky said:

 

I have bought a lot of traps from the States and found them to be very high quality and cheap but I do not think the trap shown would be ideal for Squirrels certainly not as good as Round  a 3inch body Grip in a Cubby .

I will try and get my hands on some mickey and try them out,will post pics if I get some,happy new year and keep on keeping on 👍

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5 minutes ago, mackem said:

I will try and get my hands on some mickey and try them out,will post pics if I get some,happy new year and keep on keeping on 👍

Thank you Mackem  and back at yer , off the  three traps shown I like the one in the wire cubby I would ideal for lofts or out buildings if it was to be marketed over here in the UK I would suggest that it should have a Brown/Green finish because Zinc/ Galv would be gone in minutes out in the Woods of England.

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On 31/12/2018 at 11:59, micky said:

Thank you Mackem  and back at yer , off the  three traps shown I like the one in the wire cubby I would ideal for lofts or out buildings if it was to be marketed over here in the UK I would suggest that it should have a Brown/Green finish because Zinc/ Galv would be gone in minutes out in the Woods of England.

These are made over here and available, fourteen acre is one supplier 

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