Fox trap (No. 2)

Fox trap (No. 2)

This trap, the No. 2, has a spread of jaws of 4 7/8 inches, being the same as No. 1 /2, but having two springs, it is, of course, much stronger. This size is commonly known as the "Fox Trap." This trap is often used for taking badger, fisher and coyote.

Trappers sometimes remove one spring and use it for large coon, woodchuck and even for fox as some think with two springs the trap is too strong.

Details

Category:
Environmental Science & Technology
Object Number:
1994-553/17
type:
animal trap
taxonomy:
  • furnishing and equipment
  • tools & equipment
credit:
Natural History Museum, Dept of Zoology

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