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Victor M156 Metal Pedal Sustainably Sourced FSC Wood Snap Mouse Trap – 4 Traps

(9 customer reviews)

For clean and quick trapping
Easy to use
Can be used around kids and pets
Made in the U.S.A
Provides visible proof of rodent capture


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The original wood-based wire snap trap, the Victor Metal Pedal Mouse Trap provides instant rodent control and is safe for household use. Trusted to control mice for over 100 years, this trap allows for clean and quick trapping – ideal for maximum rodent control. Once a rodent triggers the metal petal, the trap immediately springs closed to eliminate the pest on contact. It can then be easily disposed of for quick and clean removal. The traps require no chemicals or poisons, so they are an ideal mouse control device for use around food, water, children and pets.

Specification: Victor M156 Metal Pedal Sustainably Sourced FSC Wood Snap Mouse Trap – 4 Traps

Weight 0.8 lbs
Dimensions 1.8 × 3.9 × 0.6 in

9 reviews for Victor M156 Metal Pedal Sustainably Sourced FSC Wood Snap Mouse Trap – 4 Traps

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  1. Joe Bouler

    These mouse traps have been around for years. These are the same design as the ones my grandfather used. All I can say is they work and they work well. This is the old design. The new design has a much larger trip lever that’s made of yellow plastic. That makes it easier to hold the bait. I use peanut butter and the mice fall for it every time. I noticed quite a bit of rodent activity in my house so I decided to do something about it. I set 8 traps from one end of the house to the other. For the first 10 days I was catching a mouse a day. One day I caught 2 mice. After catching about 11 mice a week passed and I didn’t catch anymore. Then I caught one more. Two weeks have passed and I haven’t caught anymore. I think I got them all. I keep the traps set in case a straggler comes along. These traps are good but the ones with the large yellow plastic trip levers are better. The advantage of traps over poison is when the mice eat the poison they go off to die and you don’t know where they are until you start to smell them decomposing. With the traps, you don’t have to hunt for them. For the animal rights activists that don’t believe in hurting animals. These traps are far more humane than glue traps or poison. Once that trap snaps, the mouse never knew what hit him. It’s over in a split second. With glue traps and poison there is considerable pain and suffering before death. Yes a mouse is a living, breathing creature with feelings. They are also filthy, destructive, disease carrying menaces that are responsible for causing houses to burn down from them chewing on electric wires and many deaths from carrying the Bubonic plague and other diseases. This is the best way to rid your house of mice in the most humane way possible at a very reasonable price.Read more

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  2. Jamie5690

    All traps were defective. None of them had springs, so therefore they could not even be set. When trying to return via Amazon, it does not even let it go through. Says to contact manufacturer. I do not want to spend all that time doing that. Do not want a replacement just want a refund.Read more

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  3. Savvy Shopper

    I have ordered these two times. The first time I received brand new traps in unopened packaging and was very pleased. This last time I received a box with a bunch of loose traps as seen in the picture. They have clearly been used and you can see bait residue still on the trigger as seen in the second picture. This is disgusting!Read more

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  4. WisGuy

    I’ve used Victor traps for many years, but I’ve also tried several of the newer designs. The newer designs are attractive because they are easier to set, and cleaner to empty. What I’ve found though, and why I am back to these Victor traps is because these work better. Yes, it takes some experience to learn how to set them (and adjust them). It can be very nerve racking if they trip while you try to set them, but that never happens to me any more. These are powerful and loud when they spring, but that’s what it takes to be effective. When these things trip, even if you are on the opposite side of the house, they may make you jump. This antique design more reliably kills mice than any of the plastic traps I’ve used. Just use a paper towel when you empty a trap in order that you don’t need to touch dead mice. Bait the traps with a small amount of peanut butter on the trip pan; it doesn’t take much. Once you’ve caught mice, keep placing traps in that same exact spot. And always place traps against a wall (trip pan should be towards the wall; mice use walls as runways most of the time). Adjusting sensitivity: If you find that mice are stealing your bait without tripping the traps, you can adjust the sensitivity of the trap by bending the vertical arm that holds the trigger; you will notice that it is slightly slanted, and if you bend this more upright, the trap will spring much more easily. If you bend this part of the trigger too far upright, you may not be able to set the trap (no problem, just bend it back to a more slanted position). Once adjusted, these inexpensive traps are hard to beat.Read more

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  5. JennHint

    My husband is a city boy and I told him we had a growing mice problem in the garage and subsequently our basement when the weather turned colder, which is typical even here in the suburbs. He deployed some sort of alleged trapping solution that used glue. I think those are very inhumane! They suffer on the trap until they die. Well our mice here in the Burbs are a bit smarter, so they totally bypassed his traps. I had enough, so I took matters into my own hands and purchased these Victor traps, They were our mainstay back in the day on the farm, and they do not disappoint, unless you don’t know how to properly bait them, like a certain city boy I know… but I digress! To bait them, use standard white bread and press it into the bait holder, then coat with Jif peanut butter, and BAM! Mice have either been taken out, or have packed their bags and moved to the neighbor’s house. Good riddance! And yes, our cat has officially been fired from mousing duty and is now enjoying his retirement at the ripe old age of 18, thanks to these traps!Read more

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  6. Louise JURES

    I watched the mouse suffer for up to 10 minutes, writhing and squeaking before it finally took its last breathe. Will not be buying againRead more

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  7. belinda barnes

    Fab traps,have caught countless mice on them.Read more

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  8. luis

    Excelentes, muy versátilRead more

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  9. Amazon Kunde

    Sehr leichte Handhabung und funktioniert einwandfrei!Read more

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