Post by manghamtrapper on Aug 6, 2012 19:10:15 GMT -5
I've been working on some of my late grandfathers #2 long springs the past few weeks. Most of them need new springs. Others just need new pans or dogs. I'm also center swiveling and laminating the jaws. Most of these will be used on my water line bu i will put some to use on the land. Are these traps sufficient to hold coyote if one happens by one of my sets. Thanks for any and all feedback!
Post by manghamtrapper on Sept 30, 2012 16:31:21 GMT -5
I'm not thinking that now. Just bought 2 dozen of the new 1.75 Bridgers. They are nice, heavily built traps with baseplate center swiveling. I ordered the offset jaws and they do need to be hit with a file as they have some sharp edges in the offset. Can't wait to get em in the dirt!