To combat the issue of flies in summer, a revolutionary solution is available in the form of an air powered rifle. The rifle is termed as Bug-A-Salt and pinches the salt at high velocity that becomes fatal for insects. The good thing in the rifle is that it requires no battery power as it uses compressed air to fire the salt.
Flies and wasps ruin the summer parties because they are everywhere and in almost every corner. One of the solutions is to hit the flies with a wrapped-up newspaper but it looks very odd. To combat this issue of flies, a revolutionary solution is available in the form of an air powered rifle. The rifle is termed as Bug-A-Salt and pinches the salt at a very high velocity that proves to be fatal for the insects. It has become fun to kill the flies in this way and has transformed the bug hunting into a sports.
After squashing the flies, their smears are left which can be cleaned using a brush. Almost 100,000 Americans have already been using Pump action fly-killer which costs only $39.95 a piece. While the product is also available online in UK. The good thing in the rifle is that it requires no battery power as it uses compressed air to fire the salt. The tank of the rifle can house the salt for approximately 50 shots, before requiring a reload. The rifle is made by a California based company Skull which is headed by artist Lorenzo Maggiore. According to the company, common salt is better than chemicals to dispose off the critters.
The company has also been intended to develop other such gadgets in near future. An official says, it’s a better and safe way to get rid off annoying bugs. The ordinary salt is not harmful for anyone so that is why it is used in the rifle however; firing at people is not the purpose of the rifle. The firing range of the rifle is 3ft. and the rifle is equally effective for both mosquitoes and moths.