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The base of this snap trap is made from Forest Stewardship Council-sourced wood harvested from environmentally-monitored forests. The wood has been kiln dried and will not warp. The traps metal pedal has four releases for greater success in catching rats. The trap has a copper-steel wire bow. Two springs are oil-tempered for efficiency.
For best results, bait the trap with a sticky substance. Rats are fond of peanut butter, fruit, meat, and cereal. Using several traps and placing them three feet apart in the rats foot path increases the chances of success. After catching a rat, Victor advises users to throw out the trap. For help setting the trap, keeping pets away from traps, and other pest control advice consult the Victor Web site. This item measures 6-13/16 by 3-7/16 inches, and weighs 1 pound. --Jessica Reuling
I also say that these traps are very effective. You can use them over and over again for many years, but a little trapin' knowledge will help! Read morePublished 6 days ago by MD
The trap works great!! I was overcome with a chipmunk population that was rapidly expanding. As soon as I planted a flower or bulb they would immediately dig it up for fun on... Read morePublished 22 days ago by Charlie S.
These traps do not always kill in an instant , I found that out the hard way . I won't go into detail but I felt horrible , what I saw and heard from the little creature ... Read morePublished 23 days ago by John Kumma
I live near a stream and have rats with bodies 8"+ These traps have been sprung over 20 times int he last 4 days and it's only caught 3 of them. Read morePublished 23 days ago by R. Fairchild
This trap is higher quality than the competing brand available at OSH.Published 26 days ago by bobsmithrealtors
The rats just eat the bait of the metal and don't trigger the trap. For the record I used dog food and peanut butter.Published 27 days ago by John Blacknall
An old standby, dependable. Mine are working overtime. I drilled a hole in the base and attached to a post to keep the critters from dragging it away.Published 1 month ago by Sir shops-a-lot
I've been on the hunt for a chipmunk that has taken up residence in my garage. I tried several different mouse traps that I had on hand (everything from the smaller classic... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Bobolou
Large, sturdy traps - big enough for your larger rodent problems.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer