Salt Gun, Maggiore is the artistic madman behind Bug-A-Salt, a $40 “gun” which uses table salt as buckshot to stun or kill bugs, especially flies. Salt makes the product safe to use around food, and it also doesn't blow the bug to bits.23-May-2019,
Yes, Bug-A-Salt – or, more specifically, the Bug-A-Salt 2.0 Insect Eradication Gun – is a pretty spectacular invention. It is truly worth every penny if you have flying insects you'd like to exterminate without harmful chemicals and without looking like a hillbilly waving around your flyswatter.
Answer: The Bug-A-Salt Fly & Bug Salt Gun will take down flies, mosquitoes, and almost any other insect including a roach, but it should not be the only product used for eradication.02-May-2016
Yes if you hit them with the salt. 2 of 2 found this helpful. Do you?
The Bug-A-Salt Fly & Bug Salt Gun will only kill small insects like flies, mosquitos and ants. It will not kill a bird.
Answer: The Bug-A-Salt Gun will shoot an ideal 3 feet, as fast as the trigger sets off and shoots.04-Aug-2018
Accurate ShootingnnThe manufacturer recommends a three-foot distance. They also state that it won't leave a mess as far as the bugs are concerned. It works as described and does indeed kill the pests if you hit the mark. Each shot sprays a small amount of salt at your target.
Like mentioned earlier, this gun is not very ranged. You CAN score decent hits up to 2 or 3 ft away, but that is pushing it for it's effective power to kill flies. The further away you are when shooting at the fly, the more likely you will knock it away without doing effective damage to it.
Maggiore is the artistic madman behind Bug-A-Salt, a $40 “gun” which uses table salt as buckshot to stun or kill bugs, especially flies. Salt makes the product safe to use around food, and it also doesn't blow the bug to bits.23-May-2019