It may be old, but this antique choker trap still works like a charm.
There’s something pretty cool about old mousetraps. Strictly speaking from a design standpoint, they are peculiarly interesting when compared to our present-day run-of-the-mill traps. Each are steeped in history – and are still as effective as ever.
Take this choker trap, for instance, built in the late 1800s and early 1900s. With the ability to trap three mice at a time, it is definitely efficient for when rodent numbers are high. And as you’ll see in this cool video, a trio of unsuspecting mice fell victim to the old-school charm of this ‘wooden box.’
Here’s the video:
Wasn’t it interesting to see that the second and third mice didn’t seem bothered at all by the sight of their fallen comrades?
If you liked this video, then you need to check out the post highlighting a rare 1877 Eagle Claw trap. You can watch that video HERE.
And while you’re at it, be sure to subscribe to Shawn Woods’ YouTube page. He posts some super cool mousetrap content and reviews.
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