Bug-a-Salt Gun

Item No. 17158-BS62
$39.99 - $44.99


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Shoots a larger load of salt to combat pesky pests in the great outdoors.
Non-toxic & no batteries required. Uses ordinary table salt.
Eradicates: flies, mosquitoes, roaches, cabbage worms, aphids, stinkbugs, and more!
Increases odds for in-flight take down.

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I bought this for my husband and he says it’s very addictive!!!!! He especially loves when he gets a “trophy “ horse fly. This was my first online order and I was super impressed with how quickly I received it. I’m definitely going to order again.
May 7, 2020
3 months ago
Very pleased with ability to take down carpenter bees around our log cabin
February 11, 2020
6 months ago
Love it love it
When I say this is the best purchase I’ve ever made. Please believe it! My kids and husband have so much getting rid of flies.
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Added Dec 4, 2019
December 4, 2019
Fun and Effective!
The Bug-A-Salt is so much fun! Easy to use too! It works on killing nasty flies. One shot and they are dead. After a few practice shots my aim was spot on and the flies didn't stand a chance. Anytime I show friends, they always ask where they can get one. Highly recommend!
December 2, 2019
Works Great
Best gift ever for dads & grandpas. Makes a perfect stocking stuffer too!
December 2, 2019
Kills bugs?
My family enjoyed shooting at bugs. The only problem is weather you actually kill the bugs or just scare them away. I would still suggest this to others on the mere fact of how much fun we had trying to shoot bugs. If someone set the gun down it was quickly picked up by someone else.
July 8, 2019
1 year ago
Overall, it's a fun way to exterminate pests, even though it is highly impractical.
I am happy with my purchase and would recommend it to others. My only complaint is the range and effectiveness of product is not as good as advertised.
June 28, 2019
1 year ago