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    1 TUZAKLAR TUZAK ÇEŞİTLERİ Bir Perş. Tem. 29, 2010 9:42 pm



    skill Ground Snare
    the snare at head height and tie off the end to a tree, a stake in the
    ground, or a log that the animal can only drag a short distance as the
    noose tightens. Make snares from cord, fishing line, or wire if
    available. skill Spring Snare
    set employs a trigger that snatches game into the air as it strains
    against the noose. It’s good for rabbits and game as large as deer. Deadfall Traps
    that use logs or rocks to squash prey are typically baited, but they
    also work along trails or outside burrows when a passing animal or bird
    brushes against the trigger. skill Spring Deadfall
    of the easiest traps to make and set, the spring deadfall (see page 59)
    depends upon the game worrying the bait, so it’s best used for
    carnivorous animals and rodents such as pack rats. Tension Traps
    fire-hardened spear points under tension, these can be deadly to
    predator and prey alike. Always set and approach an impaling trap
    cautiously from behind and use only in an emergency in remote areas,
    where another human or domestic animals are not going to blunder past. skill Spring Spear TrapThis
    trip-wire set is effective for wild pigs, deer, or other game that
    regularly sticks to defined game trails. Make certain the horizontal
    thrust of the spear is at a level that will impale the body of the game
    sought. This is an extremely dangerous trap; use it with caution. Bird Traps
    Birds can be much easier to trap than mammals and should be among your first targets for a meal. skill Ojibwa Bird Pole
    Set this trap in a large clearing where birds will naturally seek it out as a landing place.

    • Step One
      Sharpen both ends of a 6-foot pole and drill a small hole near one end.
      Drive the other end into the ground until it is secure.
    • Step Two
      Cut a 6-inch-long stick that will loosely fit into the hole. Tie a rock
      to a thin cord and pass the cord through the hole in the pole, then
      make a slip noose that drapes over the perch.
    • Step Three
      Tie an overhand knot in the cord in back of the slip noose and place
      the stick against the hole. Tension should hold it in position. When a
      bird flies down and perches, it will displace the stick, the rock will
      fall, and its feet will be caught as the loop quickly slides through the
    Fish Traps
    swim next to banks at night or move from deep holes into shallow water
    to feed. They can often be directed into traps from which they are
    unlikely to escape. skill Funnel Trap
    the walls of the funnel trap with piled-up stones or tightly spaced
    sticks driven solidly into the river or lakebed. Close the entrance to
    the trap, roil the water, then either spear the fish or net them with a
    seine made by tying a shirt or other cloth between two stout poles. Making Stone Points
    and blades chipped from cryptocrystalline rocks such as chert, flint,
    and obsidian make the sharpest knives, arrowheads, and spear tips,
    although efficiently using the latter two requires lots of practice. Step One
    flakes from a tool stone by hitting it with a hard rock. This is called
    “percussion flaking.” Some flakes will be suitable as is for knives;
    others will require more flaking. Step Two
    the tip of an antler tine or bone point against the flake and apply a
    twisting push toward the edge of the stone. Continue flaking off small
    cones near the edge until the point of the stone is evenly chipped and
    razor sharp.

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