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B&G Unveils Redesigned Bait Gun Holster

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The company’s cleanable ‘bait gun holster’ features a host of user-friendly features.

| December 16, 2013

JACKSON, Ga. — B&G Equipment Co. introduces a clever new “cleanable” bait gun holster with a host of user-friendly features. Tops on the list is a removable plastic tube that catches loose bait drips inside the holster making it easy to keep clean.

The new B&G Bait Gun Holster is the only bait gun holster available to PMPs with that important feature. Other important user-friendly features include; a Velcro strap to secure a bait gun in the holster; two expandable straps that carry two extra bait syringes, a pocket for spare tips, and a friendly new look. The new B&G Bait Gun Holster is compatible with most bait guns currently available to PMPs.

The new B&G Bait Gun Holster reinforces the professional appearance of the pest control technician, sending a visual message that the user is a professional.

For more information, contact B&G Equipment Company directly at 800/544-8811, ext. 102.

 

 


 

 

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