Winter pest weapon

Discussion in 'Predators and Pests' started by spookyevilone, Dec 19, 2008.

  1. spookyevilone

    spookyevilone Crazy Quail Lady

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    I bought one of these last week as a holiday gift for That Guy. I bought another one last night for myself, after using the one I bought last week to help deter a neighbor's unleashed dog from trespassing in my yard.

    Worked /beautifully/. Easy to aim, smacked into the dog at force enough to sting or startle, and the dog took off out of my yard at a run with tail between its legs.

    Unlike pellet and bb guns, snowballs aren't regulated or legislated against.. [​IMG]
    -Spooky
     
  2. #1California Chick

    #1California Chick Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Totally cool!![​IMG]

    Now if only I had some snow here!![​IMG]

    Cindy
     
  3. spookyevilone

    spookyevilone Crazy Quail Lady

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    #1California Chick :

    Totally cool!![​IMG]

    Now if only I had some snow here!![​IMG]

    Cindy

    Maybe this would help? [​IMG]
    -Spooky​
     
  4. redhen

    redhen Kiss My Grits... Premium Member

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    now thats what i need!!...[​IMG]..do they shoot up?..like in the air?..(just asking cause i have a plan forming here...)
     
  5. spookyevilone

    spookyevilone Crazy Quail Lady

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    Quote:Oooooh yes. It's like a slingshot for snowballs.
    -Spooky
     
  6. eggchel

    eggchel Overrun With Chickens Premium Member

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    <--- Needs Snowball launcher! Hehehehe.

    <------ Unfortunately, also needs Snow Maker. [​IMG]



    Chel
     

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