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5/28/2020 10:18:12 PM
Posted: 5/12/2002 7:47:43 PM EDT
Link Posted: 5/12/2002 7:57:10 PM EDT
Move! [;D]

Seriously, call a professional exterminator, the baits they use are quite different from what is available in the store.  It'll cost a little, but your problem will end much quicker.

Good luck (how is it living next to the in-laws?)
Link Posted: 5/12/2002 7:57:24 PM EDT
id call the cops or sheriff on the animal owners in your neighborhood. you pay taxes? demand some action.
Link Posted: 5/12/2002 8:01:58 PM EDT
Goats!!! Nobody likes Goats!!!
Link Posted: 5/12/2002 8:08:14 PM EDT
Link Posted: 5/12/2002 8:13:53 PM EDT
Link Posted: 5/12/2002 8:16:12 PM EDT
Aguila Colibri .22 ammo is quieter than my pellet gun. Should work good for shooting rats in a residential neighborhood. I've used this stuff to down a few tree squirrels at 15-20 yards. Should work good on rats.
Link Posted: 5/12/2002 8:17:24 PM EDT
Heer kitty  kitty kitty kitty.
OR use .22 CB in a long arm with a scope.
Mucho fun,   no noise.
Lebrew
Link Posted: 5/12/2002 8:23:42 PM EDT
Start raising snakes
Link Posted: 5/12/2002 11:29:23 PM EDT
Get a .177 pellet rifle.  These are much quieter and much less dangerous (for humans) than a .22LR.  You can get a cheap one for fifty bucks, or a decent one for a couple of hundred.

Your neighbors won't hear it, the rats will still be dead, and you'll be able to get in some good target practice.
Link Posted: 5/12/2002 11:59:06 PM EDT
Like 71-Hour said, get a pellet rifle but be careful because they become additive too. I just wanted one to plink with and end up with this Beeman R9. 20 cal 800 ft/sec. this is a cheap one compared to what is out there.


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