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#3247360 - 07/28/12 08:19 AM Re: Bats in the corner [Re: DAVE SALYS-CWCP]

Registered: 10/23/08
Posts: 492
Loc: somewhere in the middle of MT
Tpaw I am going to Minnesota, do you have any use for pocket gopher traps? If I get them dug out of the shed I'm bringing a pile of Macabee's and Victor quick sets I don't use anymore. I've switched exclusivly to Gophinators. I agree on the cost of Birdslide, for a piece of molded plastic it costs four times what it's worth. But that can be said for most exclusion products, material costs kill more deals for me than the labor costs.

#3247379 - 07/28/12 08:43 AM Re: Bats in the corner [Re: DAVE SALYS-CWCP]
trapper4hire Offline

Registered: 06/28/09
Posts: 44
Loc: Dayton, OH
A "bird slide" is very simple and economical to make from aluminum flashing. I actually prefer to custom manufacture my own as to using the prefab stuff.

Edited by trapper4hire (07/28/12 08:44 AM)
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#3247435 - 07/28/12 09:33 AM Re: Bats in the corner [Re: trapper4hire]
trapperpaw Offline

Registered: 08/15/07
Posts: 56
Loc: Frankfort, Ky. USA
Dave and I both agree with you we were refering to the fabricated product called birdslide. A good product but a little pricy.
Sleep'n with an animal..I can help.
Do not use both feet when testing the depth or temperature of the water
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