Hand Held, Air Powered Net Launcher Captures Birds
& Small Animals Up To 60 Feet Away!
What is a NET-ZOOKA?
NET-ZOOKA is a hand held, lightweight net
launcher designed to humanely capture and relocate stubborn pest birds and small animals
indoors and outdoors. It has been used successfully in
warehouses, garden centers, grocery stores and more.
NET-ZOOKA uses 16 gram CO2 canisters to launch a weighted
capture net nearly 60 feet. 1 CO2 canister yields one NET-ZOOKA shot. When fired, the compressed gas
launches four padded corner weights attached to the netting.
These weights spread out -expanding the net as they go.
Compact, portable and lightweight net launcher
machined from high alloy aluminum
Powered by 16 gram CO2 canisters - no
Reusable launcher heads - repack the net and shoot
Four weighted capture net sizes available
HD aluminum travel case included with kit purchase
Includes instructional DVD
- Many combinations and sizes available
This is not a toy! The NET-ZOOKA is a professional animal capture tool and must be treated
with respect. It uses compressed gas to push the padded metal weights shot
at high velocity. Improper use may result in serious injury. Always
keep the NET-ZOOKA pointed in a safe direction. Always follow
provided instructions. Always wear eye protection when operating
SHIPMENT IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR NET-ZOOKA ORDERS
Order NET-ZOOKA Here
Practice Makes Perfect
Tips from the pros;
Practice your aim
and net repacking skills as often as possible.
Refer back to the
instructional DVD or contact Nixalite if you have any
A larger capture
net is not always better. The padded weights of larger nets
could impact objects or the ground before it reaches its
Do not use the
NET-ZOOKA in high winds - it could alter the intended
path of the capture net.
REMEMBER - this is not a toy. It uses compressed gas, padded
metal weights shot at high velocity. Always keep the NET-ZOOKA
pointed in a safe direction. Always wear safety glasses when
operating a NET-ZOOKA.
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