I spent last winter really struggling with my 220s. I bought a few conibears from Sportsman's, Cabelas, and Bass Pro. At around 10 bucks each, saving money is important for a new trapper like me. What I found is that they are all made in Taiwan. I'd assume by the same company. The triggers on these are so crappy that it is too easy to set them off. So easy in fact that twice I caught my hand in them as I was releasing pressure after setting them. This was my first serious season so I'm still getting the hang of it. Luckily it was only the pressure of one spring each time but man did that hurt. It usually takes me two hands to compress the spring but I was able to use some scared adrenaline to squeeze it and release myself one handed. What I observed is that the "latch" on the trigger didn't fit well into the notch of the prongs that extended down. This causes the latch to not sit well into the saddle and the trap to go off what I'd consider too easy. Has anyone else had this problem? I'm looking for a way to modify them or a local place to buy some quality conibears for a decent price. Thank you.