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Arm Guard Raptor Shield

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The Arm Guard Raptor Shield offers a unique solution to preventing raptor nesting problems without creating secondary eyesore problems. The arm guard was developed by utility personnel in the picturesque Chesapeake Bay area where unsightly and or obtrusive animal guards were not considered a viable option.

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The arm guard design was developed and refined through trial and error experimentation in the field over a number of years. The sloped surface will automatically shed any nesting materials placed on the surface. The product is manufactured from a clear polymer which exhibits high resistance to outdoor weathering, impact resistance, UV degradation and comes pre-drilled for easy mounting on wooden cross-arms. Alternatively, the arm guard can be installed on concrete or fiberglass cross arms with the use of cable straps.

  • Product Weight: 6 lb.
  • Product Dimensions: 48"L x 17"W x 9"H

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Additional Info

Model MS-USAG-001
Set Product as New to Date No
Usually Ships No
Country of Origin USA
Manufacturer Warranty No
Specification No
Manufacturer Macron Safety


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