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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
Got a rat on the first night. He was dead right next to the trap so he must have wiggled free with his last ounce of strength. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Bob
These things have so much force they can probably break a finger. Trust me. My first time setting one, it went off on my hand luckily is wasnt fully set and caught me on a... Read morePublished 8 days ago by that guy
We have chickens, rats come with chickens! Hard to locate these traps at Home Depot. Good price. I can throw The trap away with the varmit! But my husband insists on reusing!Published 9 days ago by orangebarn9
very convenient way to buy, and to-the-door delivery really helps me out.Published 14 days ago by Donald G.
Received item was defective. Is missing the metal tab that holds the bait that functions as the trigger. The staple is their that is supposed to hold it though. Says Made in USA. Read morePublished 15 days ago by J. gellner
Works as promised. Rats will truley enjoy meeting their maker in this stylish wood contraption.Published 24 days ago by Matt
This trap works well on house chewing squirrels. I screwed them to my wooden fence on both sides of my house and baited them with peanut butter for a few days but I didn't set the... Read morePublished 28 days ago by Lisa