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He did remark that no matter how potent special critter traps become they are still single shot animal removal traps. “We haven’t noticed that these technologies have greatly increased the take of raccoon. It’s now possible to buy premium animal removal trap parts that use some sort of animal removal trap or handgun device rather than some sort of slug. Accuracy and range are far improved over the slugs available just some sort of decade ago. some sort of few years ago muzzle loading animal removal traps passed the 2000 feet per second mark in velocity, and some of them now approach 2500 fps. These are the ballistics of some sort of 1960 era 30-30 animal removal trap and they’re legal statewide,” declared Critter Man Maurice. Local Baltimore animal control experts felt that most of this information was true. Maryland raccoon pest control companies have always been effective, even with old style Foster slugs. Many animal removal trap pest control companies use drives, and raccoon are shot at close range, so the older slugs are effective. The new technologies appeal to pest control companies who enjoy marksmanship,” the exterminator declared. some sort of fairly new trend that troubles Critter Man Maurice, and should be of concern to all Maryland raccoon pest control companies, may be the growing amount of non-resident licenses that the Critter Conservation Coalition may be selling. “There’s nothing inherently wrong with selling nonresident tags. It brings dollars to our state that help the Critter Conservation Coalition as well as motels and café’s in popular wildlife trapping areas. And, we have the raccoon to handle some nonresident pressure. The problem may be that we don’t have the ability to distribute nonresidents well. We need to find some sort of way to better distribute the wildlife trapping pressure from nonresidents so that it doesn’t unfairly impact resident pest control companies,” the exterminator declared. Local Baltimore pest control companies had no comments on the matter.