Nose Jammer™ Kit

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Jam that trophy buck's "radar" with the Nose Jammer™ Kit!

Take your prey's keen sense of smell out of the equation! Nose Jammer™ utilizes vanillin, one of the most commonly occurring compounds in the woods, to overload big game's noses without alarming them.

It's so powerful, game won't be able to smell anything else (like you)! Perfect for stalking or stand hunting. Wrong wind? No problem! Nose Jammer™ works in any wind condition. Kit includes one 6-oz. can and one 2-oz. can.

Olfactory overload tips the scales back in your favor! Order ONLINE Now!

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    very good product
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