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Cap-Chur Syringe - 10 cc with 3/4 in. Subcutaneous Injection Needle (For Directly Medicating Cattle or Other Large Animals)
Product Number: C02268(C)
No longer avaliable
This item has been discontinued
For use in the rifle and pistol.
No need to transport an animal from its grazing area or separate it from the herd for treatment. Using any liquid chemical, you
shoot the animals where they are... in field or feedlot. It saves you time and labor, and avoids unnecessary transportation, disturbance, and damage to animals.
These patented syringes are the key to the Cap-Chur system. They provide an instantaneous injection of any liquid drug from a distance. A very small explosive device called a Cap-Chur charge is inserted behind the rubber piston. The charge explodes on impact, driving the piston forward, and forcing the drug out through the needle.
For medicating animals, use the 7 cc, 10 cc, and 15 cc syringes with collared or drop-out needles. After injecting the animal, the syringe stays in for a short time, then falls out for easy pickup.
All syringes can be used in the shoulder-fired projector. Because of the length, the 10 cc and 15 cc syringes are not used in the pistol. Needles are interchangeable and are available in lengths ranging from 3/4 in. to 1-3/4 in. Length for normal large animal is 1 in. to 1-1/4 in. and shorter lengths for smaller animals. Barbed needles are standard. Always use 3/4 in. barbed needles for dogs. Complete syringes with side port needles are available at additional cost.
Official Warning! It is illegal to ship or carry these products outside the United States! Nasco agrees to sell you this product only under the condition that you will not ship or carry it outside the U.S. without a Federal Export License. Contact Nasco for more information.
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