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How to Trap And Snare: A Complete Manual For The Sportsman, Game Preserver And Amateur On The Art Of Taking Animals And Birds In Traps, Snares and Nets With Numerous IllustrationsPaperback– July 1, 2005
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When I ordered this book, I expected something new and up-to-date with great illustrations of types of traps and methods of doing things. Little did I suspect that what I would receive would be a book published in 1895 with one of the main focuses being on a trap-type that is currently illegal where I live: the steel-jawed trap. Also, there was not much depth or illustration given to the real intent of my purchase: snares and snaring. I guess it really is true: there is nothing new under the sun, and my expectation of new methods was unfounded precisely because there ARE no new methods for trapping. If you're looking for detailed explanations of things you can do to take game (and which might still be legal) look elsewhere!
Dominic Ebacher ebacherdom.blogspot.com
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