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#6027675 - 11/13/15 12:23 PM Metal cone varmint guards??
Stump_jumper Offline
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Registered: 07/15/05
Posts: 1278
Loc: Rockwall, Tx
I am thinking that I need some on my legs. Do they work and where can I get them? I want to put vasoline on the legs but my brother says no. I am the only one on the lease that is shooting varmints. I carry my 22 mag most of the time. I moved the solar panel outside the gage because it was not charging well and always covered with corn dust.

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#6027687 - 11/13/15 12:29 PM Re: Metal cone varmint guards?? [Re: Stump_jumper]
ZK-315 Offline
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Registered: 10/11/13
Posts: 1988
Loc: Temple...Hunt in Freestone Co.
I don't have much of a coon problem, so I just have a varmint cage on mine, but a lot of people use pvc pipe on the legs of their feeders.

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#6027704 - 11/13/15 12:41 PM Re: Metal cone varmint guards?? [Re: Stump_jumper]
Cast Offline
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Registered: 12/14/08
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THIS just might work with a tweak or two.



It's a feeder funnel.
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#6027721 - 11/13/15 12:49 PM Re: Metal cone varmint guards?? [Re: Stump_jumper]
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4 foot lengths of pvc pipe on the bottom of the legs helps. just slide it over the legs and it is too slick for the coons to climb up.
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#6027955 - 11/13/15 03:09 PM Re: Metal cone varmint guards?? [Re: Mr. T.]
Rifleman1775 Offline
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Registered: 08/25/14
Posts: 50
Loc: Apple Springs and El Campo
Originally Posted By: Mr. T.
4 foot lengths of pvc pipe on the bottom of the legs helps. just slide it over the legs and it is too slick for the coons to climb up.


Doesn't always work.



Edited by Rifleman1775 (11/13/15 03:10 PM)

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