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    Bug A-salt Weapon

    I apologize if this been posted before.





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    Great! Now I have to go shopping online again!!!
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    better than using a rubber band....higher hit rate I think!!!!
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    I was actually going to buy one, but they are now $40. I would have purchased anyway, but the reviews sound like the gears strip after 50-100 shots. I'm sure I'd shoot that many "rounds" in a week's time!!

    If anyone else gets one of these, I'd be interested in how well it holds up. Made in China, and the reviews have me a little leery at the moment.
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    Really cool, but there was another video that shows it only works on flies. Not really effective on any other insects.

    Now if there was something similar that worked on stink bugs, I'd be more interested.

    Just my 2 cents.
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    Yeah, or those confounded Squash bugs.
    Have wings, will travel.

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