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Victor Rat Traps M326 (9Traps) VST010

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Victor Rat Traps M326 (9Traps) VST010

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Size:Pack Of 9
Product Dimensions 10.2 x 8.3 x 3.7 inches
Item Weight 2.9 pounds
Shipping Weight 3.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer victor
ASIN B002Y5US3S
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4.0 out of 5 stars 180 customer reviews

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We bought our home in August of last year. As fall set in we heard a rustling in the walls and attic. Out of denial I said that it must be tree branches hitting the side.

One night I was outside and saw a rat entering the house where the AC piping penetrates, and I made it my mission in life to rid my home of these vermin. I watched their habits and discovered that the fence line is their little highway. The way my fence is designed I was able to wedge these between the posts along the horizontal support beam that they use. At first I used normal trigger traps, but they never even went off.

I don't even bait these. I set out two, with the triggers facing out (a rat from either direction will meet its end)
The expanded trigger is a must. I believe the traditional style should be discontinued.

I also plugged all the holes I could find, using stuff-it copper mesh, and the rats seem to be gone. I keep the traps up just in case though.

I reuse traps and it's had no negative effect, but at this price I allow my GF to throw out the whole thing when I'm out to sea.
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I had 4 of the victor rat traps with the brass metal bait tray
the rats were able to remove the peanut butter daily without triggering the trap

the ONE of this type (big yellow plastic bait tray)caught at least 6 rats
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My wife and I have a vegetable garden in our yard (summer 2013). We've been harvesting several types of peppers and tomatoes, as well as other veg, all summer long. Life is good - our garden is exploding. We have an abundance of plants producing an abundance of food. We're able to share with neighbors and friends, eat our fill and can/pickle/preserve the rest -- all home grown, pesticide free vegetables. Then, to our dismay, we noticed some of the Chablis peppers had been decimated by a critter. I figured - we had a good run but the party was over and the neighborhood chipmunks and/or squirrels finally found our food oasis and would be frequenting the smorgasbord buffet for the rest of the season. I've seen chipmunks in the yard and found their holes in various places. I even saw a squirrel eyeballing the garden one afternoon; however, it walked off when I started eyeballing it. So, our abundant produce would have to be shared with the local wildlife - and life goes on. Then, it all changed, the sunshine and rainbows in Happy Town turned to darkness and screams of terror as we learned ... we had a rat problem.

My wife and I were grilling on the patio one evening when to our great dismay I watched an opportunistic rat scurry across our lawn in the fading light of early evening. It maneuvered through the grass, ran under my car to maintain cover and then, in a single movement, jumped from the driveway over the 2x10 that makes the edge of the raised garden bed and under the fencing that surrounds it. Amazing, it was almost like it flew, graceful like a dance. Needless to say, my wife was not pleased. I knew the war was on.
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I had a large rat running around my garage and causing trouble. I bought this multipack of traps and set them out with peanut butter. I had the little bastard dead the next morning. I'm rating this 4 stars because, while it did the job, some of the traps were a little more sensitive than others. I nearly broke my finger with two traps that just absolutely would not set. These things are VERY strong and you must be extra careful when setting them to not get your fingers anywhere near the trap zone. Out of the box of 9, 7 of them worked great and 2 of them were just not able to be set without snapping the minute you looked at it crooked. Overall, good product.
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I set a infrared surveillance cameras in the attic since I know there is a rat. Also found where it is getting in and out since there is no food in my attic.
I placed one trap with a half of shelled peanut with peanut butter as bait.
This evening, I heard a bang sound from attic. He (or she) is done. Now I can close the entrance.

Posting pictures about how I set the bait.

By the way, the packaging was really nice and I did not see any damage. I could set all of traps without any problem.
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Everyone wants to build a better mouse/rat trap. The only problem is that most of them don't work as well as the old standby. Yes, they are a bit tricky to bait without setting off, but they sure do the job when properly set up.

I have tried electronic zappers without success. Some larger critter(s) must reach in and snatch the bait without getting a fatal charge. And I briefly tried rat poison before realizing that birds and animals eating the poisoned rats were likely to be poisoned to some degree.

Rats are smart. I always use surgical gloves when handling the traps and never touch whatever bait I am using, whether it be cheese, peanut butter or rotten fruit. Rats have an excellent sense of smell and will avoid human scent whenever something else is available. So until someone truly develops a better rat trap, stay with the old standard. Just be careful.
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