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Old 01-23-2013, 7:49 AM
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I like the ideas posted previously about pepper/bear spray, baseball bats, nine irons and similar ideas. They are good ideas for defense. However the idea of defense indicates the coyote is attacking or at least getting ready to attack. I would want to prevent that from happening because the coyote would have to be really close before you could use those weapons.

If it were me I would use a pellet gun, or wrist rocket, or even a paint ball gun. Something that isn't going to break any local laws about killing the animal within city limits, yet teach it a definite lesson about being too close to your apartment complex.
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Old 01-23-2013, 8:34 AM
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Stay indoors and keep that mutt quiet. I can't stand dogs/puppies in apartments.
I dont like or trust anyone who does not like dogs. Wondering if you are a "cat person" who lets his cat run outdoors to decimate the song bird population?

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Old 01-23-2013, 9:02 AM
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He's afraid of coyotes, what make you think he's going to be able to get a WOLF to pee in a squirt gun!?

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Fill a water gun with wolf urine, and when the coyotes approach, give them a couple squirts.
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I like the ideas posted previously about pepper/bear spray, baseball bats, nine irons and similar ideas. They are good ideas for defense. However the idea of defense indicates the coyote is attacking or at least getting ready to attack. I would want to prevent that from happening because the coyote would have to be really close before you could use those weapons.

If it were me I would use a pellet gun, or wrist rocket, or even a paint ball gun. Something that isn't going to break any local laws about killing the animal within city limits, yet teach it a definite lesson about being too close to your apartment complex.
Discharging an airgun, slingshot, bow, etc., is the exact same thing as discharging a firearm I'm most cities across the country.
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I use an aluminum trekking pole. Makes a terrific hand held spear. Use a metal one with a tungsten walking point. Don't use carbon fiber. Use the non collapsable type. If someone asks, its a walking stick. If a coyote attacks, impale the bastard.

I've used it twice now walking in the canyons with a small dog. One good poke sends them scurrying on their way if they get near the dog. Usually doesn't even take that, as they tend to shy away from humans.
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