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    20170309_132958.jpg Here is your photo;also any trap that requires a power source that trap has what is commonly called a "trap engine" that would be a sapling,or a counter weight..GET IT.


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    Wow.......That had to be a weirdest thread I have seen in a long time....
    Talk about a "One trick pony"....or one trap as it were....

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    Well, when you are twelve years old and have viewed something cool on Youtube, you just want to share.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Submarine001 View Post
    20170309_132958.jpg Here is your photo;also any trap that requires a power source that trap has what is commonly called a "trap engine" that would be a sapling,or a counter weight..GET IT.
    Good enough for his mom's fridge maybe.

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    It's drawn on the back of a receipt for gummy bears.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crashdive123 View Post
    It's drawn on the back of a receipt for gummy bears.
    The gummy bears receipt, it must be the bait he intends using with his rock engine snare trap.. or should I say cinder block snare trap.

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    He took the time to sketch his concept and upload the picture, but couldn't be bothered to write up a quick intro...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Submarine001 View Post
    20170309_132958.jpg Here is your photo;also any trap that requires a power source that trap has what is commonly called a "trap engine" that would be a sapling,or a counter weight..GET IT.
    I don't think it's commonly called a "trap engine"....never heard of that...but then again maybe I'm just dense.
    Did find a reference to "Thomas The Train...Trap engine?
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    Ok, that's just about the weirdest video I've seen in a good while.


    But here's a trap engine.


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