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Victor Mouse Snap Trap M325


Walt Cline - Pest Control Professional Pro Tip: "This wooden Victor Mouse Trap is just like what grand mother used, but with the expanded trigger. If you look at the related products at the bottom of this page the Provoke really works. Take a cotton ball and pull off just a small amount then put some Provoke Mouse Attractant on it. The mice love it."

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Victor Mouse Snap Trap M325

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Victor Mouse Trap is the classic mouse trap. This design features a wooden base, with a very strong metal spring which quickly swipes the bar down onto the mouse once the trap is sprung. The M325 features a wider plastic trigger, making activation quicker then on the traditional narrow metal trigger

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Victor Mouse Snap Trap M325

Victor Mouse Trap M 235 is the classic mouse trap. This design features a wooden base, with a very strong metal spring which quickly swipes the bar down onto the mouse once the trap is sprung. The M325 features a wider plastic trigger, making activation quicker then on the traditional narrow metal trigger

Victor mouse traps with the expanded plastic trigger work much better and are more sensitive than the metal triggers.

How To Trap Mice With Victor Mouse Traps

Recommended baits would be a nut butter like peanut butter or the provoke mouse atttractant. Mice also like seeds.

It is very important to use plenty of traps.
As many as six traps for only one or two mice is appropriate.

In a commercial building or restaurant as much as a couple of dozen is needed.

The traps should be placed in darkened corners, along walls, behind appliances and
any areas where droppings have been sighted.

In trapping for mice, place snap traps about 10 feet apart since they don't travel very far.

If the mice population is large, place the traps about 6 feet apart.

Placing rat traps about 15-to 20 feet apart is good for rats.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Pro Tips This wooden Victor Mouse Trap is just like what grand mother used, but with the expanded trigger. If you look at the related products at the bottom of this page the Provoke really works. Take a cotton ball and pull off just a small amount then put some Provoke Mouse Attractant on it. The mice love it.
Packaging Singles and Cases
Manufacturer Woodstream
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Target Pest Mice
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For Use :

Inside or Outside

Placing Traps

1. Perpendicular to the wall-Traps extending from the wall at a right angle with the trigger end nearly touching the wall.

2.Parallel to the wall-Set them in pairs with the triggers situated to intercept rodents coming from either direction.


3.They can also be fastened with wire to overhead rafters, beams, tree limbs,
and on top of the gutters along the roof line.


4. These traps are equipped with a unique setting control which allows you to use a soft
or senstive set for normal situations or a firmer set in situations where vibrating
machinery or other manufacturuing operations could prematurely set off a trap.

Trigger sensitivity is determined after setting by simply moving arm toward
the firm or soft postion indicated as letters"F" or "S" on the side of the setting control.
Futher adjustments cna be made by slightly bending the trigger arm.



5.Care should be taken to set traps in areas where there is evidence of recent rodent
activity such as fresh droppings,gnawings,rub marks,burrows, or urine stains.

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Application

Use a variety of baits

Although professional traps do not need to be baited, baiting will increase the catch rate in certain situations. Both a bait trough and a bait hook are provided on the trigger petal.

In areas where there is not a readily available food source, use baits that will cause a strong aroma: peanut butter, bacon, nut, Provoke Lure,etc. If the bait is solid, use dental floss to tie it to the trigger. Rodents can easily remove unsecured bait.

Where food is abundant, try using nesting material such as cotton, Styrofoam , or any other soft material secured to the trap. Vanilla extract on top of this nesting material would also attract them to it. The Victor Snap trap with the expanded plastic trigger does not need to be baited if properly placed.

Tips

1. Always make sure that you have the right sized trap for either mice or rat.

2. Insects may be taking the bait, without setting off the trigger. To check for rodent activity around the trap, use a little dust (such as flour ) around the area
for tracking signs. Using a Mice Size Glue Board around the area would also catch the insects.

3. Be sure traps are in good mechanical condition. If traps need oil, use animal or vegetable oil rather
than a petroleum based compound.

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Reviews

Customer Reviews 10 item(s)

Work great - time after time
We've got a leak somewhere - two or three mice get into the space between our floors every 3-4 months. I have two of these tucked up in each of 4 can lights. Get them every time. Don't find setting too hard and i have to place them where i can't see them. (over my head in a hole). Have a hard time figuring out how the m144 can be much better.
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Review by Zeattle / (Posted on 3/24/2017)
very good
Has succeeded every time with a sunflower seed embedded in peanut butter
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Review by bp / (Posted on 3/1/2017)
Of course they worked, but...
These traps were very hard to set. As far as I can tell, the rod kept slipping out of the plastic yellow trigger. There was just not enough friction. I resorted to putting a little ball of lightly wadded up tissue under the trigger's platform. That created enough resistance to keep the trap from springing seconds after setting it.

That said, the spring was very strong, so the bar killed mice very effectively.

Five stars for being cheap and working, but one star off for being hard to set.
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Review by Robert / (Posted on 11/23/2016)
5 Stars
These worked perfectly for us. Used peanut butter..
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Review by Selli / (Posted on 10/25/2016)
The key to these classics is bait.
Plain & simple these awesome rodent guillotines are inexpensive and work! Especially if you use the right bait. My personal favorite is Honey Nut Cheerios. They hook right into the V in the trigger plate. Honestly I love the "new" wider, plastic trigger plate because I don't catch my finger anymore and they seem to do a better job of actually catching mice. This I believe is due to the bigger plate causing the trap to be activated quicker. More importantly the new design causes the trap to actually catch something and not have your bait stolen with the trap in tact.
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Review by CimpleSypher / (Posted on 5/11/2016)
Great design...gotta be as smart as a mouse...
I like the wide yellow tongue. There is more surface area for the mouse to hit in order to trip the trap...that's a no brainer. Are they fool proof? No, but mostly because the mice were smarter than me and avoided my traps. That's on me, not the trap. I typically put a little peanut butter in the bait tray...didn't have luck with the mouse attractant bait, so went back to peanut butter. Highly recommended traps...
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Review by Rex / (Posted on 10/22/2014)
not good!
We found these extremely touchy making them hard to set (getting my fingers snapped quite a few times.) Never caught any mice in these traps. Went back to the original standard trap (baited with peanut butter). These worked like a charm. The plastic cheese is supposedly scented with Swiss cheese. I guess our mice prefer Cheddar and chocolate and peanut butter. I would not recommend these specific traps.
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Review by snappy / (Posted on 10/19/2014)
excellent trap
This trap is a great product. The cost is cheap and as long as you know how to set it correctly it works eveytime.
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Review by Steven / (Posted on 9/12/2014)
Worst Mouse Traps Ever
What a piece of garbage. Plastic piece of garbage . Do not buy ! Whatever happened to the little metal tab that you used to put the wire on?
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Review by off / (Posted on 4/12/2014)
Super mouse or bad design?
I never had a mouse escape from a trap, until now. We set the trap in the evening, upon checking for the trap the following morning, it was gone, there were droplets of blood on the floor, but no sign of the mouse or the trap. After an unbelievable search we found the trap, a good 20' away,with no mouse, only mouse hair. Conclusion-get rid of the big yellow trigger, stay with the smaller steel. Maybe we had a mouse on steroids?
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Review by Der / (Posted on 2/6/2014)

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