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Woodstream Introduces 1082 Easy Set Havahart Live Trap

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The 1082 is 5 inchdes wide by 5 inches high by 18 inches long with heavy duty high tensile half-inch wire mesh.

| July 26, 2010

LITITZ, Pa. - The new 1082 Easy Set Havahart Live Animal Cage Trap is now available. The 1082 is 5 inchdes wide by 5 inches high by 18 inches long with heavy duty high tensile half-inch wire mesh. It uses the patented Easy Set mechanism that allows you to quickly and easily set the trap or release the animal with only one hand. This is ideal when placing traps on roofs, in attics or other difficult locations. The 1082 target animals are rats, chipmunks and squirrels. Please contact your distributor to purchase or visit www.Woodstreampro.com  for additional information.

 

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