Home

Firing speed

Posted By: turkn8rtrapper

Firing speed - 09/08/20 02:56 AM

Is there a noticable difference in speed between 2 coil and 4 coil coil spring traps?
Posted By: Leftlane

Re: Firing speed - 09/08/20 03:06 AM

When it is dry and not frozen probably some but barely noticeable. Under a crust the answer is definitely.
A lot of guys think 4-coiling runs the risk of too much speed and increase in possible foot damage so when you 4-coil you laminate the jaws to spread the force out over a larger area. I am one of those guys
Posted By: Monster Toms

Re: Firing speed - 09/08/20 12:24 PM

Normally about one knuckle is all.
Posted By: red mt

Re: Firing speed - 09/08/20 02:25 PM

Originally Posted by Monster Toms
Normally about one knuckle is all.

And usually harder to get out when new.




Originally Posted by Leftlane
When it is dry and not frozen probably some but barely noticeable. Under a crust the answer is definitely.
A lot of guys think 4-coiling runs the risk of too much speed and increase in possible foot damage so when you 4-coil you laminate the jaws to spread the force out over a larger area. I am one of those guys

Nicely put
© 2021 Trapperman Forums