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Russian Trap #7176607
02/10/21 03:13 PM
02/10/21 03:13 PM
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Idaho, Lemhi County
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Gulo Offline OP
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Here are a couple of images I recently took of a small (No. 1-sized) trap that I brought back from Russia in 2001. We used them for byelka (squirrel) traps mainly, but I know folks over there that used them for sable and American mink. Nothing stamped on the pan, and no chains attached. I suspect they were imports from China. Just thought some might be interested in looking. They are poorly made and fairly weak, although I had 2 dozen over there that I bought brand new for many thousands of rubles, but with the exchange rate, they were the equivalent of about $0.35 apiece.

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Re: Russian Trap [Re: Gulo] #7176794
02/10/21 06:04 PM
02/10/21 06:04 PM
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north Idaho
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Cool looking spring. Thanks for posting.


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Re: Russian Trap [Re: Gulo] #7176964
02/10/21 07:45 PM
02/10/21 07:45 PM
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SE Minnesota
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Thanks for sharing your picture.


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Re: Russian Trap [Re: Gulo] #7234898
04/04/21 12:05 PM
04/04/21 12:05 PM
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Sergievsk, Russia
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Sergievsk, Russia
You are wrong, it is a good and powerful trap. These traps have been used to catch sables all over Russia for over 50 years.To set this trap on a sable you don't need chain. I will show you a photo of the installation of the trap later.

Re: Russian Trap [Re: Gulo] #7235127
04/04/21 06:29 PM
04/04/21 06:29 PM
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Idaho, Lemhi County
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Gulo Offline OP
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KOSOI -

I'd really like to see the set-up. Thank you. Are those traps made in Russia, or are they Chinese imports?

Jack

Re: Russian Trap [Re: Gulo] #7235278
04/04/21 10:27 PM
04/04/21 10:27 PM
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Sergievsk, Russia
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These traps are made in Russia. in the city of Barnaul.

Re: Russian Trap [Re: Gulo] #7236963
04/07/21 01:37 AM
04/07/21 01:37 AM
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Sergievsk, Russia
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Sergievsk, Russia
nails a branch to a tree trunk [Linked Image]
then serez the swivel we nail the trap [Linked Image]
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bait is hung for the place of the glove [Linked Image]

Re: Russian Trap [Re: Gulo] #7237141
04/07/21 08:57 AM
04/07/21 08:57 AM
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South Dakota
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Good pictures thanks!

Re: Russian Trap [Re: Gulo] #7242007
04/13/21 02:14 AM
04/13/21 02:14 AM
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A trap set like that here would catch a bunch of birds.

Re: Russian Trap [Re: Gulo] #7242882
04/13/21 10:49 PM
04/13/21 10:49 PM
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saskatchewan/canada
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Maybe he made the set in open for demonstration. Set in under a spruce tree that set would produce in marten country Iam sure. Not a super quick death but I like it a simple easy set that remains in the bush. I see hemo in Alaska use a set very simular in the open also.

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