I wouldn't bet on the .177 air gun taking out a adult Dillo. At least not humanely. It might be a pest but still deserves to be put down quickly. They are pretty tough.
But who knows... It was his Mother In Law!
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The OP needs an armadillo helmet:
Ego is the anesthesia that deadens the pain of stupidity
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I have one but wear it as a cup.
Set the controls for the heart of the Sun.
Don't shoot yourself while hunting Mr. Dillo!
A couple SIGs and a few others
A pellet rifle is just not going to get the job done . 22 cal rifle or handgun at a minimum .
The suckers have taken over the position of most road kills from the possums in the last 2 or 3 years it seems.
Deplorable before deplorable was cool!
The problem is that the grubs will come back in a year, then same problem.
I treated for grubs so I could get rid of moles, now, grubs are back and moles worse than ever.
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I'm pretty much a city boy and back in 1968 I was in basic training at Ft. Sam in San Antonio. One day they dumped us off out in the country for reasons I don't recall . I was all by myself , when I heard this rustling noise coming from behind a large bush. Didn't know whether it was a bear or a rattler. Turned out to be an armadillo. First one and last one I ever saw. Curious looking thing .
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