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Duke Trap #2 Coil Spring 5.5" Jaw Coyote #490

SKU: 058450039  |

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Duke Trap #2 Coil Spring  5.5" Jaw Coyote #490

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Coil Spring Traps are foot-hold restraining devices used to catch and hold wild animals. This style of trap has been in use since the early part of the 20th century and is widely accepted as a cost effective and efficient tool for managing wildlife populations. Coil Spring Traps are manufactured of steel components and powered by a set of compact coil springs.

  • Size: #2 CS
  • Model: 0490
  • Jaw Spread: 5.5"
  • Target Animal: Bobcat, Coyote, Fox, Lync and Otter
Specs
SKU 058450039
Model 490
Weight 1.0000
Color No
Size No
In Store Only No
Price $9.99
Warranty
Rural King provides a defect or damage warranty within 30 days of receipt. All Manufacturing Return Policies Supersede Rural King's Return Policy.
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Coyote trap Review by Deer slayer
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It's great for coyote trapping

(Posted on 11/10/12)

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Questions on Duke Trap #2 Coil Spring 5.5" Jaw Coyote #490

  • From Cale at 11/10/12 9:35 PM
    • Q: Can a deer get caught In this trap
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    • A: Hello Cale,
      Yes, yes a deer could get caught in the trap if it did step on it.
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