Pellet Gun

jojo2130

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Anyone know where to pick up a pellet or BB gun on the North Coast ? I have several uses for it including rogue roosters and barking dogs close to my house ...... I am really getting sick of them ........
 

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Anyone know where to pick up a pellet or BB gun on the North Coast ? I have several uses for it including rogue roosters and barking dogs close to my house ...... I am really getting sick of them ........
The only one I ever saw on the North coast was in a gun shop in POP, and they felt one needed a permit to buy it and/or the pellets, while Fereteria Bellon, was selling them off the shelf in Santiago, no permit needed.
 
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you want a good one...my buddies friend retrofits pellet guns with the CO2 cannisters you see on paintball guns....that get charged up by the scuba tank refillers...he lives in La Vega.......I made him a bunch of brass adapters and fittings last year.......I guess he is doing a good buisness since .22's are so expsensive and need permits.

bob
 

jojo2130

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you want a good one...my buddies friend retrofits pellet guns with the CO2 cannisters you see on paintball guns....that get charged up by the scuba tank refillers...he lives in La Vega.......I made him a bunch of brass adapters and fittings last year.......I guess he is doing a good buisness since .22's are so expsensive and need permits.

bob

Thanks Bob,

I Don't wanna kill them (Just yet Anyway) just want to shut them up and chase them away . But if that doesn't work then I WILL get hold of ya !
 

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The neighbor's rooster

Thanks Bob,

I Don't wanna kill them (Just yet Anyway) just want to shut them up and chase them away . But if that doesn't work then I WILL get hold of ya !
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I recently had a problem with the neighbor's giant rooster who would perch in a tree just outside my 2nd floor window. I had the idea of using a pea shooter to avoid killing or injuring the critter...but I wasn't able to find a place in the DR that sells one. I wound up using a long pole that I pieced together and poked him (and his wife) until they decided to find another perch.
 

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The innertube sounds an excellent idea, snall stones or small ball bearings from some old motor.

I have an old set of nutcrackers in the draw which I shall invert & use for the slingshot. Once the rooster is 'knocked out' I shall use then on him for their correct use - cracking his nuts@!!!

GOOD HUNTING (& good aiming) ~ Grahame.