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How To Get Rid Of Flies With A Bug-A-Salt Fly Killing Salt Gun
Toss out your fly swatters, bug zappers, nasty spray cans of fly killing insectides, sticky papers, and cyanide jars. Their is no mor fun way to irrdicate fly's with the Bug-A-Salt fly gun. It's a Shot gun that shoots a pattern of salt at bugs and knock the out cold or dead, with no yucky guts strewn about, leaving them to be easily cleaned up... Are you ready to go on "Fly Safari"?
Getting Rid of Flies With The Bug-A-Salt
The Bug-A-Salt is an air powered, salt shooting, plastic shot gun designed to *safely get rid of flies. It is this years hottest fly removal product. *The gun does shoot a projectile pattern of salt so some care is needed not to aim at people or pets
Get rid of flies
Bug-A-Salt safely gets rid of common house flies and other flying insects... That is if by get rid of flies you mean hunt and shoot them down. This unique fly control method is the brainchild of Santa Monica artist Lorenzo Maggiore. The Bug-A-Salt safely shoots a pinch of salt, which after being released spreads in a shot gun like pattern and kills any house flies that get in it's path.
A lot more fun than a fly swatter
Answering the age old question of how to kill flies without the squishy aftermath, and have fun doing it. The Bug-A-Salt shot gun is soon to be the armament of choice for the novice fly killer. Forget about the fly traps, fly tapes, fly zappers, fly catchers and toxic bug killer, you will never again have to cower in fear when house flies invade. Arm yourself with the Bug-A-Salt shotgun.
Bug-A-Salt available through e-Bay and Amazon
The Bug-A-Salt was introduced in "2012" as a crowdfunded project through Indiegogo.com. In the early days the salt gun was available only as a direct purchase through the inventors web site, but you can now find the gun readily available, for easy purchase, through e-Bay, and Amazon, the product links are shown below.
Photo Credit: Screen Shot From Bug-A-Salt You Tube Video
Bug-A-Salt Fly gun
How Does The Bug-A-Salt Gun Work ?
The gun is a plastic pump air gun that uses the force of pneumatic pressure stored within the air reservoir to expel a perfectly measured amount of table salt. Although the impact of the salt is not harmful to pets or humans, it's deadly to common house flies and other flying insects that get in it's path. It's actually a simple process that brings the concept of a shot gun to scale.
The dispersion pattern of the gun is identical to steel shot being expelled from a traditional shotgun. Most people are ambivalent to being spattered with a half teaspoon of salt, but the tiny salt crystals are perfectly sized to impose deadly force on the house fly.
Easy enough to use, the Gun-A-Salt needs no batteries. Simply load the gun with salt; holding up to 50 shots at a time. Slide back the pump action handle which pops up your sight, signaling the gun is ready to fire. Click off the safety aim and fire!
Bug Assault #3 Most Funded Project Ever At Indiegogo
Where Can I Get a Bug-A-Salt Shotgun ?
You can't, at least not yet. You see the project is in the funding process and is a featured success story at Indiegogo.com . Apparently the Bug-A-Salt Gun has met with such popularity that it has exceeded it's original funding request by twelve fold. and still has 38 days to go as I write this.
From indiegogo.com : ""SKELL INC. is a start up company founded by the Santa Monica and artist Lorenzo Maggiore as a vehicle to bring his artist creations to commercial life. The initial product offering of SKELL INC. is the BUG-A-SALT insect eradication device
But don't despair, although you cannot actually get your gun now. You can be one of the first to receive them by participating in the initial funding process. There are many levels of participation available... ranging from a 30 dollar submission which gets you your very own, one of the first Bug-A-Salt Guns off the assembly line. Additionally there are several other levels of participation which include include Buddy Deals, By the Dozen and even a Gross, that's 12 dozen, or a case of 144 Bug-A-Salt Guns for a contribution of $2,500.
The Indiegogo.com funding project for Bug-A-Salt will completed on or about 09/11/2012.
Mighty Bug-A-Salt , Salt Gun Fly Killer Link List
Still not convinced that this is the coolest must have can't live without gadget of the year? Check out these links to other articles and videos.
Black Airzooka Air Gun
I'm always amazed at the different ways we can use the physical sciences to amuse ourselves. back in the 70's I remember something like this, only as I recall it was a blunt megaphone shape and made of metal.
So, the reviews on this toy air gun are interesting to say the least and although I don't think it can be used to kill flies, it would probably be a hoot to shake them up a bit. Anyone for rousting a hornets nest? "Just Kidding"... please don't do that; No really, but if you do let me know how it went : ) .
Bug Blaster Air Gun Attachment
Salt Gun Fly Killer
Currently Unavailable through Amazon
Here's another clever device (not associated with the Bug-A-Salt gun) for those of you that want to adapt an existing air pistol to function similarly and with more impact. Yes, it actually turns your air pistol into a salt gun fly killer.
The Bug Blaster is an attachment that fits on the end o an air gun pistol, turning the air pistol into an air salt, bug killing shot gun. According to Bug Blaster this attachment can also bye used with an air rifle, but with minimized results.
After you have followed the instructions completely and the Bug Blaster Attachment has been secured, you load the attachment with common table salt and fire away.
The manufacturer suggests that your air gun has a minimum muzzel velocity of 400 feet per second (fps) in order to get the best results. The Bug Baster attachment does come with some additional warnings from the manufacturer:
WARNING: When discharged against hard surfaces the salt can ricochet. Caution should be exercised when other persons or pets are nearby. Discharged salt from the Bugblaster may have sufficient velocity to penetrate the skin or damage the eye.
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