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Bed Bugs and Firearms

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  1. Baddreamscometrue

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    Posted 1 week ago
    Tue May 16 2017 16:09:39
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    I have been trolling this site for quite some time. Many thanks to the users that had much information that helped. I feel sorry for many because I have been blessed with having many pest exterminator friends that have treated my home for under 250 dollars. Still vampires are still here. My main concern is, I own quite a few firearms and I have found nothing of much use on how to treat these. They are in a safe made of smooth metal however, I know that's not a fool proof system. Using logic, spraying chemicals on them is obviously not a good idea. Any ideas from the people on here? I use to work as a desk hand for a pest control company for quite a few years so my main concern isn't about the bugs. Just firearm treatment for possible infestation from bed bugs. Thank you kindly.

  2. barelyliving

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    Posted 1 week ago
    Tue May 16 2017 16:12:57
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    You could probably use Nuvan pest strips or Rag in a Bag with Cirkil. You can look them up for details.

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    Tue May 16 2017 18:11:32
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    I would just do an inspection when you break them down for cleaning. Not exactly prime real estate for a bed bug even if they're stored under the bed. If the infestation is rather large I would think the gun case itself would be more attractive than the gun.
    My rifles are in a travel case under my bed. The egg crate foam around the rifles would be the first place I would check. There just aren't many places on my rifles that I think would be attractive to bed bugs. A barrel doesn't seem tight enough, there's not much room near the bolt and the receiver may be a bit smelly with oils and dust and such. The case is the more attractive option in my mind.

    Great question.

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