by Albert Roura / Domingo, 25 agosto 2013 / Published in TECHNICAL TRAPS DESCRIPTION



Traps that “Catch, Hold and Hold-Up,” Comstock Live Traps do it all. Combining themost advanced animal live traps in the world with the most advanced trapping methods, Comstock remains the leader in live traps, the traps to which all others are compared. The most innovative Wire Trigger System, designed specifically for live traps, works in tandem with “Lightning Quick” Powered Doors. Remember, there is “No Wrong Way” to set a Comstock Live Trap as this is the only live trap that will function without issue when set in any position, right side up, upside down, sideways, even vertically.
The goal of Comstock Custom Cage is to continue to produce the most durable, reliable, professional grade of live cage traps in a very humane practical live trap that anyone can use with confidence. As inventor of the fastest wire triggered “full cycle” powered door cage traps in the industry, Jim developed a unique, patent pending, wire trigger system for live traps that allows even highly powered fast closing doors to fire and lock when set anywhere in any manner to take even the most trap wary animals. The powered doors on the live beaver trap help push a beaver into the trap when the trap is fired.
General Tips for Setting the 9×11, 12×12 and 12×18 Comstock Cage Traps:
Though the traps will perform in any position, when placed right side up, upside down, sideways or vertically on land, in water or under water, is easiest to set the trap on a level surface. Placed on the level the components line up and stay in line for quick setting. Once the trap is set, it is stable enough to be screwed onto a wall or hung up in any manner or angle without fear of firing.
Tips for Setting the 9×11 and 12×12 Comstock Cage Traps:

These cage traps have a unique characteristic in a variable trigger. The amount of pressure required to rotate the trigger wires and swing bar unit to fire the trap is determined by the positioning of the door hook on the trip rod catch at the end of the trip rod. For the lightest pressure, which is generally preferred, the door hook is placed tight against the trip rod. By moving the hook only a fraction away form the trip rod, 1/16 or 1/8 of an inch outward from center, you will notice that the trigger will “stiffen,” more difficult to move and harder to fire.
For even lighter setting, a small amount of vaseline on the contact points will allow the trigger to be rotated with very little pressure.

Tips for Setting the 12×18 Beaver Cage Trap:

Like the smaller Comstock 9×11 and 12×12 Cage Traps, these traps also have the option to add or subtract pressure from the trigger. In this case the opposite is true for lighter and heavier settings. Since this trap in engineered with a trigger that has a “dog” bar supported at each end, from which the door hook will hang, for the lightest pressure to fire the trap, the door hook should be placed as far from center as possible. Where there is current in a stream and more pressure is required for stability, the hook can be moved up against the trip rod to add pressure to the trigger. Again, usually the lightest setting is preferred. Understand too that water adds lubricity to the trigger. If you move the trigger after the trap is under water you will notice it moves even easier. You can put a small amount of lubricant on the contact point of the swing bar post and U tab on the trip rod, just be careful no to make the triggering too light.



Tips for Setting the Squirrel Type Traps
These traps will set in seconds. With the trip rod toward you, make certain it is lying up against the side of the trap. With the trap level and holding it with both hands, lift both doors simultaneously with your fingers. Next, slide the trip rod so that the center tab portion is one either side of center away from the wire trigger hanging from the top. Rotate the trip rod to the top of the cage and move it to center. Let the center tab drop onto the trigger and release the doors. The trap is set.




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