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From my own use, I always cleaned dyed and waxed my 330's. It will help prevent them from rusting which can weaken a trap over a period of time. Once you wax a 330, take a knife and cut the wax out of the triger notch to prevent it from firing to quick. 330'S are a Powerful trap,be careful, they have been knowin to break trappers arms. Gloves and Boots are nice for the trapper, but the Beaver dont really pay any mind to human scent.
 

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Never,Ever and I repeat,Never,Ever--wax a 330.This tool is not a thing to wax--waxing is for footholds not boddygrippers--a waxed 330 is like smoking while standing in gasoline.
I wash the factory oil from new 330s,then I dip them in Blackies steel coat -mixed with coleman fuel.I only single dip 330s,then I do not have to scrape triggers or dogs. Tom
 
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