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Ok, a-salt shotgun, actually...

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The Club will, of course, expect the usual range report. With photos of the patterning...
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Let me know if it works on spiders and ants. My girls have a fear of bugs and I get called to exterminate all multi-legged pests. Maybe they could use this and could watch basketball uninterupted.
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senorgrand wrote:Let me know if it works on spiders and ants. My girls have a fear of bugs and I get called to exterminate all multi-legged pests. Maybe they could use this and could watch basketball uninterupted.
Unless you have fairly large spiders and ants, I bet this would work. I’ll test it and report back.

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I have had one for about a year now. This thing is awesome! It takes out most everything you shoot at.
I have a friend who lives in a not so well maintained apartment complex and I take it with me. I shoot the roaches like a shooting gallery.
One time though I ricocheted and got an eyeball full of salt. Not fun.
The Bug-a-Beam is new. I might have to get me one.
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FlyGuy wrote:
Thu May 03, 2018 6:56 am
I have had one for about a year now. This thing is awesome! It takes out most everything you shoot at.
I have a friend who lives in a not so well maintained apartment complex and I take it with me. I shoot the roaches like a shooting gallery.
One time though I ricocheted and got an eyeball full of salt. Not fun.
The Bug-a-Beam is new. I might have to get me one.
Reminds me of a few college apartments we rented. One landlord actually suggested a shotgun, the roaches were so thick. Glory days...

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I need one of these. The video is awesome.

https://www.youtube.com/user/BUGASALT

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We may have to move this over to "Hunting".

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FlyGuy wrote:The Bug-a-Beam is new. I might have to get me one.

Target acquisition and accuracy are much improved, I can attest.

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FlyGuy may have words with you... :ras:

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Update: it takes 3 solid hits to dispatch a hornet. First shot dazed, second crippled, third bye bye.

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This has been on my Father's Day wish list for a couple of months, but the laser sight just makes me want one even more now.
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Ooooh. Laser-sight!
You can blind the flies first, then plug-em...
Are there actual windage/elevation adjustments for the laser or anything?
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Oh wow, it does! Just saw the video. Didn't figure it needed it due to the limited range of the salt.
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Bisbee wrote:Oh wow, it does! Just saw the video. Didn't figure it needed it due to the limited range of the salt.
The “iron” sights are way off, surprisingly. And the laser below when shooting one handed while standing on a chair, for example. ;)

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