I believe if you go with a kit you won’t regret doing so. In addition to having the trap as you want it when you’re done, you’ll have fun working on it and seeing it come together. At least for me, the build itself is the best part. I’m planning to try a trap soon myself for my next project and I think I’m gonna try doing the Charles Worth (Tested guy) 3D printed one so that I’ve got the functionality (electric doors, smoke, sounds). I just need to get myself a 3D printer. Not exactly a scratch build by any stretch but it’s got what I’m looking for and should be fun.Depending on how much you see yourself using the 3D printer in the future, Sean will also sell you the printed parts, not normally listed on his Etsy shop.
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