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Buck Bomb

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Yeah, all right, I bought one. Curiosity got to me. I plan to have it available if I find myself wondering if that certain thicket is holding a buck. Couple that with a can bleat.

Wondering if anybody else has experience with these grenades or is planning on trying one also.

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I tried one once, you know how they say "blows other sent away" well I think it just "blows away" It lasted seconds not minutes and was all done. You may have better luck with it though. Oh and don't get any on you!!

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If I were going to use this... I would put a five gallon bucket with some holes in it. Cover the buck bomb and let it come out slow.

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You can just spray it at random. Just don't lock the spray nozzle down. That way you can hit different spots around your stand.

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