Two-handle knives with one piece blade (not butt welded). Handles reinforced to prevent cracking.
|No. 1 - 8x1 blade for muskrat, mink and similar||$13.95|
|No. 2 - 12x1 1/2 blade for coyote, possum, raccoon and similar||$19.95|
|No. 3 - 16x2 blade for large raccoon and similar||$27.95|
|***SPECIAL***Pro Fleshing Knife Set - of all 3 professional knives||$58.95|
Will pay for itself quickly in the better job it does in fleshing your skins. The first practical pelt fleshing tool ever offered. Substantially constructed. For all kinds of skins.
With "D" handle.
Weighs only one pound. Shovel blade is 6" long and 2 3/4" wide. Point is tapered back 2" and ground to sharp cutting edge. Overall length is 22". Handle sticks above pack basket opening. Never gets odors from equipment.
Here's a tool that will do tough jobs. It pounds trap stakes, chops frozen trap beds and digs a nice 2" dirt hole. A very well-balanced tool that fits and handles very well. Weighs 3 1/4 lbs.
For attaching pelts smaller than beaver and otter to wooden stretchers. Can be used over and over again. No hammers needed for driving or removing. Does not damage pelts. Tempered steel points. Box of 100.
Fur combs remove those cockleburs, dirt, dried blood, and other "stuff" from your fur.
|Stone Fur Comb (round teeth) #75-6||$13.95|
Grawe's Tail Stripper is fast, neat, easy and clean. No more broken tail bones or torn fur.
Simple and inexpensive. Name is permanently embossed in thin metal by writing pressure with a lead pencil. Twenty-five tags and wire for attaching in package.
25 Tags - $3.75
The only knife many fur buyers have in the place. From weasels to wolves, this knife will get the job done.
Upswept blade. High carbon steel.
This Swiss made knife is just incredible. I have personally skinned out four beavers, including removing the tails and feet, and then I just touched each side lightly with a stone and it was again razor sharp. 3 1/4 blade with sure grip polyurethane handle.
ONLY $5.95 ea.; $16.50 for 3
14 1/2" x 1 1/2"
Condensed from log wood powder. One pound added to three gallons of water and boiled, will dye 50 small traps and make the traps harder to see by Johnny Sneekum and animals.
$3.75 - 1 lb.; 3 for $11.00
Here's an odorless wax that seals as well as penetrates the surface pores in metal traps. Gives complete protection in wet weather and still holds up in below temps. It not only prolongs trap life, it actually resists odors and speeds up trap action. For best results, dip traps in hot, melted wax and shake dry.
|6 lb. block||$19.00|
Makes it easy to cross stake your land traps.
#HDSK Per 12 $7.95; Per 100 $64.00
Fits 3/8 and 1/2 stakes
Per 12 $6.75; Per 100 $49.00
Two swiveling rivets.
Standard MP Swivels - 3/16" $6.50 dozen; $49.95 per 100
Top quality packbaskets. Carefully constructed of hardwood veneer. Special built in floor, heavy duty bottom cleats, to give years of service. Complete with web handle and adjustable harness.
#0 to #5 Bridger Long Springer
Precut from wax paper, fits neatly inside jaws, bundle of 100 (state trap size).
Here at last is an antifreeze for your dirt sets that freezes as hard as concrete. It actually thaws out the frozen dirt and prevents it from freezing. Comes to you in powder form. Directions for using: Take about a heaping teaspoonful of the powder and sprinkle it on the frozen set or mix with the dirt. When covering traps, powder is white in color but soon dissolves and prevents freezing. Keep dry until used.
1 lb. Size Jar $3.50; 4 lb. Size Jar $12.00
A time saving tool that will sharpen a straight-bladed knife or serrated blade. Razor sharp with just two or three quick swipes. The best sharpener on the market. Handy to use in the kitchen, workshop or right in the woods.
ONLY $9.95 ea.;
NEW handy tool in the skinning shed. Just press the thumb release lever to raise or lower the carcass to the right height. 3/8 ratchet with load limit of 250 lbs.
ONLY $19.95 ea.
Heavy-duty durable coated reinforced fabric, rubber coated industrial aprons. Ideal for skinning and fleshing furs, resistant to acid, oil or fur fat. Will last several seasons, double-stitched and riveted.
Heavy Duty12.95 ea.
trappers elbow length.
With thermal liners $12.00 Pair
31" Edmont Wilson "A" Grade gauntlet especially suited for
muskrat and beaver trapping. Coated with DuPont neoprene. Black.
Thermesh Waffle-Cloth keeps body heat in, cold air out. Wear inside any
gloves. Keeps hands warm in rubber gloves while setting traps in cold
The 3" Auger has a 24" shaft and may be used on dry ground or in water sets. Coon trappers also like this one to put in Coon Cuff Traps.
Finally a dog-proof trap that solves the problem of of all other dog-proof traps on the market. In actual testing in Arkansas, the push-pull trigger reduced bait theft by a 12-to-1 margin over conventional pull-only type traps!
- Diamond shape opening allows for better grip by applying pressure to all four sides of the paw instead of two like most otherss.
- A unigue triggering system which allows a push or pull operation.
- A pre-set safety position so one can bait at home and is less likely to fire as others.
- Can be switched to a pull-only in seconds.
- Large stabilizer for better support
ONLY $14.95 ea.; $86.95 / 6 or $165.00 / dozen
Introducing the long awaited Duke "Dog Proof" Raccoon Trap! Features heavy duty machine chain with swivels attached. This trap comes equipped with a stake attached directly to the bottom of the trap. Set it, stake it, and forget it. It's that simple.
Features heavy duty coilsprings and trigger system. The trap is equipped with a "pull" only trigger. When a raccoon reaches in to grab and pull the bait out of the tube it will fire the trap.
$14.95 ea.; $81.00 / 6 or $149.95 / dozen
Heavy duty machine chain with swivels. Comes equipped with a stake attached directly to the bottom of the trap. Bait it. Set it. Stake it. It's that simple. Pull style trigger. Strong music wire spring "Theft Stop" ring trigger to keep critters working until caught. Bracket attached to spring to aid in setting. Made in Taiwan
$13.95 ea.; $79.00 / half dozen or $150.00 / dozen