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Our 5/64 lock on the left and Our 3/32 lock on the right

Our new modified camlocks came about do to the inconsistent holding of a straight tooth camlock. I find that in most cases the teeth need to slide on the cable enough times for the teeth to become gummed up and then they will lock onto the cable. This slipping now takes away from the effectiveness of the springs.

With our camlock teeth they are put on the camlock in such a way that they actually grab between the cable braid and will hold instantly thus. The harder the pull the tighter the snare becomes. In conjunction with the way we thread our cable and the outstanding performance of our kill springs. These snares will speak for themselves.

I believe that the back bone to a great snare is superior products and if you try ours you will be convinced we are on the right track to great key snare making components.

Please pay close attention to the way we run our snare cable through the components its vital to the efficiency of the snares!!!

In the left picture if you follow the cable you will see we go through the camlock then come around and up through the breakaway puting the spring on what we call the RIGHT side of the camlock lever. Now when the camlock comes tight and the spring releases this puts positive pressure of up to 50lbs with our A1 spring on the RIGHT side of the camlock lever forcing the camlock to stay closed. When assembled so the spring is on the left side of the lever this will cause the spring to hold the lever open if the snare is being pulled on by your captured animal thus  pumping open the snare unless entanglement comes into play. This is why we fell it to be very important to run the cable the way it is shown in the picture above to make your snares more effective and deadly. 

In the first picture you can see the two different sized holes one standard and the other is our larger hole designed for free movement of the breakaway causing less hangups and broken breakaways caused from the binding of the smaller holes. The right hand picture is of our camlock teeth again.

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​Assembly required of spring and trigger w/ product 1,2,3,  MSRP ,

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