Bridger #3 Dogless Modified
These #3 Bridger Dogless Modified traps are laminated, 4-coiled, and have a factory baseplate. They were not laminated by Minnesota Trapline Products and the laminations are not perfectly flush. The welding job itself is very professional, they just didnt get the lamination rod perfectly flush with the inside of the offset jaw. Still a fantastic trap, just not up to our company standards of workmanship so must be discounted and moved out.
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Dogless Bridger #3 Offset Modified
· Target Species: coyote and bobcat.
· Inside Jaw Spread: 6 1/16
· Outside Jaw Spread (top to bottom): 6 ¾
· Outside Jaw Spread (lever to lever): 6 1/8
· Pan dimensions: 2 ¼ x 4 ¾
· Chain: 10 of #3 Chain (12 total links)
· Swivels: 2 Heavy Duty Swivels. One off baseplate & one at end of chain
· Total Chain Length: 13 1/4 including swivel
· Weight: 2.70 pounds
MTP Recommendation: Great trap for coyote and bobcat.
Bridger #3 Dogless Modified is laminated with 3/16" Round rod, baseplated with center D Ring, four coiled, and equipped with heavy swivels and good chain. 6 1/16" Inside Jaw Spread and 6 3/4" Outside Jaw Spread. Fully adjustable pan tension . Pan level is adjustable by a bolt/nut on the frame. Step down night latch incorporated into the pan gives you an audible click as it locks into place. Heavy duty swivels. Heavy duty over-sized pan. Perfect for bobcat and coyote.
What is the difference between a regular and offset jaw?
When the trap is in the fired position and you are looking straight down on the trap if the jaws touch together it is a regular or closed jaw trap. If there is a gap where the jaws meet that is called an offset jaw trap.
What is the difference between a 2-coil or 4-coil trap?
A 2-coil trap has a pair of main springs on the same side as the dog. A 4-coil trap has a second pair of springs on the opposite side as the dog. Typically, most 4-coil springs are smaller in size than the main springs.