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11-26-2012 06:08 PM
302 Z28
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Originally Posted by charlie chop top View Post
That is a nice gun, if your ever in R.I. maybe we can go shoot a few rounds at my gun club. Lot cheaper to shoot than a 22 or a centerfire.
I have had it for number of years mainly used for keeping my martin house free of English sparrows and European starlings. I have a 4X BSA air gun scope on it and have made some very impressive shots on nuisance birds beyond 75 yards.

Vince
11-26-2012 06:04 PM
302 Z28
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Originally Posted by lakeroadster View Post
Cats... Go figure?? Have you ever seen a thread about "post a picture of your cat in your Hot Rod? Yeah, there's a reason for that.

Once the cat uses up its nine lives get a dog.

Problem solved.

Very cute dog

Vince
11-26-2012 08:00 AM
charlie chop top That is a nice gun, if your ever in R.I. maybe we can go shoot a few rounds at my gun club. Lot cheaper to shoot than a 22 or a centerfire.
11-26-2012 07:24 AM
charlie chop top 220 VOLTS of course!!.
11-26-2012 06:39 AM
deadbodyman
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Originally Posted by charlie chop top View Post
I agree with the Shotgun. I had a similar mishap a while back when a cat urineated on a pressure plate (clutch). Just about impossible to fix. Good luck whatever you try.
Naaaa....Too much noise...Try running an extention cord out to the truckand electrifing it....
11-25-2012 07:15 PM
lakeroadster Cats... Go figure?? Have you ever seen a thread about "post a picture of your cat in your Hot Rod? Yeah, there's a reason for that.

Once the cat uses up its nine lives get a dog.

Problem solved.

11-25-2012 05:18 PM
geezer69 get a bull dog.
11-25-2012 05:14 PM
302 Z28 Shotgun is way too expensive I have found my RWS .177 pellet rifle (1100fps)to be deadly. and very quite.

Vince
11-24-2012 01:40 PM
malc
11-24-2012 11:42 AM
charlie chop top
Cat urine

I agree with the Shotgun. I had a similar mishap a while back when a cat urineated on a pressure plate (clutch). Just about impossible to fix. Good luck whatever you try.
11-24-2012 11:16 AM
da34guy
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Originally Posted by unclebill View Post
i can think of a few things that will neutralize that cat...
Yep, a shotgun works real good.
11-24-2012 09:16 AM
acman still love my wife cats and all. thanks
11-24-2012 09:02 AM
unclebill i can think of a few things that will neutralize that cat...
11-24-2012 08:37 AM
Chevymon At least 1% baking soda in a water solution. Since you sand blasted, I would use a SS wire brush to scrub it good with the solution and rinse well. But that really needs to be done right after the fact, I'm not sure about urine acid, but the fumes of some acids will rust adjacent areas so watch for that.
11-24-2012 07:24 AM
DanielC Try steel wool, with a phosphoric acid solution. One of the wide men on this board recommends using Ospho to treat bare metal.
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