New product……Snare-Vival-Trap

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The folks over at CampingSurvival.com just informed me of a interesting new product they started carrying. Here’s some information –

Created and manufactured by Solo Scientific in the USA the Snare-Vival-Trap™ is a pocket sized survival snare system that is used to capture wild game or fish (see video below).

–CAN YOU THINK OF ANY OTHER CREATIVE USES FOR THE ITEM AND WHY IT WOULD BE GREAT TO KEEP IN YOUR POCKET AS IF IT WERE JUST COIN?

When in the stowed configuration the Snare-Vival-Trap™ is only 1.56″ in diameter and .135″ thick! See complete specifications below. The Snare-Vival-Trap™ can easily be carried in one’s pocket and quickly deployed in the field! Just press the center of the Snare-Vival-Trap™ and your ready for action!

The Snare-Vival-Trap™ by Solo Scientific has a manually windable wire snare, an escape proof sliding-locking noose that is engaged automatically during operation tightening around the animal’s neck or limbs killing or disabling the animal instantly. The Snare-Vival-Trap™ also has a mounting loop and mounting ring that are used to position and mount the Snare-Vival-Trap™ over a known animal path in the field.

The pocket sized Snare-Vival-Trap™ by Solo Scientific is a complete snare system that can fit in the palm of your hand. As a matter of fact, you could easily hold 4 or 5 Snare-Vival-Traps™ in the palm of your hand when in the stowed configuration!

The Solo Scientific Snare-Vival-Trap™ (like all Solo Scientific products) is designed to function in any environment that will support life and is made from corrosion resistant materials. The Snare-Vival-Trap™ is great for all of your outdoors adventures and can also be used for self defense to disarm an assailant. The survival uses of the Solo Scientific Snare-Vival-Trap™ are only limited by your imagination and ingenuity! Comes with complete instructions showing how to set up snares in the field.

 

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6 Comments

  1. Can I think up any other creative uses?? Really, someone is going to leave that thing lying around? What happens to the innocent hiker who stumbles onto one? Hard to believe any company or store would manufacture and sell a product posing such a huge liability danger.

  2. Susan,
    Assuming the hiker has average intelligence and opposable thumbs they should be able to simply remove the snare and continue on their way.
    Otherwise, the intelligent design discussion is over and Darwin wins.

  3. Sounds like a great little product….hope it works like advertised! As for Susan’s comment..do you really think that someone who is using this for a survival tool, is going to endanger hikers on a common trail? And even if some whacko wants to do something like that, he/she doesn’t need a device like this.

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