Coon Creek Trappers
301 Frills Corners Drive
Tionesta, PA 16353
Hours: Call Ahead
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330 Pocket Safety Tool
This handy little tool can be used to preset your 330 and slip it off at the set. So nice and small just keep it in your pocket, don't even know it's there. Can be used at the set during remake, just slip it off when you have completed the set. When your beaver trapping, things happen if you know what I mean and if this tool comes up missing, your out $1.00 - not $15.00-$20.00 like some of these safety's are costing.
$1.00 each $5.50 1 dz. $10.00 2 dz.
Trap Safety Pin, $9.95 each
The Safety Pin Conibear Safety, American made, powder coated and a nylon lanyard to attach if you should drop it. The great thing with this tool is it keeps you completely out of the firing system, even as you remove this at set completion you and your clothing and hands are totally clear of the firing system. That alone will sell this tool and to anyone that has had the misfortune of being accidentally pinched in one of these big body grippers you will appreciate this tool the moment you take it from the package. Bright colored so it can be found in the water, the leaves or in the mud.
Victor Conibear Safety, $5.95 each
This tool has been around since I started trapping in the early 1970's. Does what it says and I have never had a failure. just compress the spring and clip it to the top of your jaws after setting. just promise you won't forget to remove it after completing your set. lot a beaver still swimming that have benefited from that screw-up.