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Product Code: WCSKC
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Killer Clips

Product Code: WCSKC

$7.95
★★★★★ ★★★★★ (4.5) 4 Reviews Read Reviews

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Killer Clips are spring steel clips, extremely lightweight, that are for supporting 110 thru 220 size body grip traps. For 220's that require more stability you simply use two clips spaced appropriately apart.  The two points on the underside makes it easy to hammer into any wood surface or you can use the center hole for screw placement.

Killer Clips are not coated and have a light surface rust
★★★★★ ★★★★★
4.5/5 Stars out of 4 Reviews
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110/120 conibear bracket
Toby (Idaho) | February 24th, 2024
Spring steel, slight rust is an accurate description. Dye/wax or paint them for treatment. I used them for marten sets with amazing results. I just snapped off the two prongs on the bottom of the bracket, they seemed to interfere with the way I wanted to use them. They are very sturdy on a tree or leaning pole with one 2.5” deck screws. I used Bridger and Duke 110s, 120s, and 150s. All fit very well and fired easily with the bracket. Much more versatile than the stamped metal brackets.
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Dave (ME) | December 22nd, 2023
Like noted on website, these clips were rusty but they fit my 160s perfectly.
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Robert L Martinson | December 10th, 2020
Exactly what I needed for my squirrel pole. Little rusty in the package, but so are my traps. Attached 2 about 4 feet apart and my 110 Conibear traps sit nicely for the tree Rats!
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Not Good For Me
William Schools | June 11th, 2020
These killer clips were received in a "marginal" condition. Rusty. They also did not work on my Belisle Conibear 110 trap as the held the trap closed too tightly for the dog to seat properly. I ended up not using them and made a stabilizer mount with a piece of 2X4 and some roofing nails. That has worked fine.
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Description
Killer Clips are spring steel clips, extremely lightweight, that are for supporting 110 thru 220 size body grip traps. For 220's that require more stability you simply use two clips spaced appropriately apart.  The two points on the underside makes it easy to hammer into any wood surface or you can use the center hole for screw placement.

Killer Clips are not coated and have a light surface rust
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★★★★★ ★★★★★
4.5/5 Stars out of 4 Reviews
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110/120 conibear bracket
Toby (Idaho) | February 24th, 2024
Spring steel, slight rust is an accurate description. Dye/wax or paint them for treatment. I used them for marten sets with amazing results. I just snapped off the two prongs on the bottom of the bracket, they seemed to interfere with the way I wanted to use them. They are very sturdy on a tree or leaning pole with one 2.5” deck screws. I used Bridger and Duke 110s, 120s, and 150s. All fit very well and fired easily with the bracket. Much more versatile than the stamped metal brackets.
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Dave (ME) | December 22nd, 2023
Like noted on website, these clips were rusty but they fit my 160s perfectly.
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Robert L Martinson | December 10th, 2020
Exactly what I needed for my squirrel pole. Little rusty in the package, but so are my traps. Attached 2 about 4 feet apart and my 110 Conibear traps sit nicely for the tree Rats!
Verified Buyer
Not Good For Me
William Schools | June 11th, 2020
These killer clips were received in a "marginal" condition. Rusty. They also did not work on my Belisle Conibear 110 trap as the held the trap closed too tightly for the dog to seat properly. I ended up not using them and made a stabilizer mount with a piece of 2X4 and some roofing nails. That has worked fine.
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