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Bridger #110 Magnum Single Spring Body Grip Trap
Bridger #110 Magnum Single Spring Body Grip Trap
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Body Grip traps are designed for use in a wide variety of predator control, fur trapping and wildlife management. Trap works well on the ground, suspended, submerged in water, under ice or when covered with light snow. When used properly they result in a quick, humane kill. Should not be used where they might trap non-target animals.

The #110, #120, #150, and #155 Bridger Bodygrippers have been revamped with "magnum" style jaws. These traps are also now equipped with heat treated springs for added strength and extended life.

The #110 Bridger Magnum Single Spring Body Grip Trap has a 4 1/2" x 4 1/2" jaw spread, and is recommended by Bridger for use in taking muskrat, mink, moles and other small animals.
Item Code: HNT-35790

Bridger #110 Magnum Single Spring Body Grip Trap

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By Mike
Apache Junction, AZ
Bridger #110 Magnum Single Spring Body Grip Trap
September 13, 2017
I purchased a dozen of the original manufacturer style of this type of trap in the very early 60's. Those were very good. I searched for this style and found them at Fleming's. I bought 2 of the Bridger. One works well. The other has problems. First the 3 position toggle would not fit into the trip mechanism and resulted in a snapped trap, several times. Upon examination the metal strap that fits around one of the bars of the body of the trap is mis-shaped. the gap where the toggle fits does not have parallel sides. A few minute with a thin metal file corrected that issue. Second the metal strap is not circular or round where it fits around the round trap bar. It could have been flattened during shipping. Last one of the circles at the ends of the spring that closes the trap is also mis-sharpened. The spring, when the trap is set, cannot be maneuvered to place/set the trap other than in one position. I may be hyper-critical but the original manufacturer's units worked well for several decades.
  • inexpensive.
  • Inexpensive.
  • Poor quality control.