Sighting In Your Projector

Below are a couple of small excerpts from the chapter “Sighting In”, taken from the second edition of “Shooting the Bull”.  Optical sights are strongly encouraged in order to get the most usefulness out of any projector. The trajectory charts mentioned are placed on...

How to Purchase a Cartridge Fired Projector

Pneu-Dart can only ship cartridge fired projectors to a Federal Firearms Licensed dealer in good standing.  Pneu-Dart must have a signed copy of the dealer’s license before such a shipment can be made.  The dealer receiving your order will be issued a copy of...

Hints for Choosing Your Pneu-Dart Equipment

Pneu-Dart manufactures a wide array of projectors. You do not have to “break the bank” to get set up with a remote drug delivery system; however spend as much as your budget will allow to obtain as many features as you can when picking a projector. With proper...

Dosage Calculation

Pneu-Dart, Inc. does not condone nor promote the extra-label use of veterinary pharmaceuticals unless on order and under supervision of a licensed veterinarian. The pharmaceutical industry in this country has not been very responsive to the needs for safe, effective,...

Cycling for Models 389, Model 196, and Model 193

Recent field studies have concluded that cartridge-based projectors perform best when given adequate time to cycle. By definition: Cycling implies the ability for the gas chamber, within a cartridge-fired projector, to replenish itself with fresh oxygen. When achieved...

High Viscosity Drug Loading Technique

Question: When using high viscosity (thicker) type drug, medicines and the like, what is the best way to fill my dart? Answer: Use a ¾ inch 14 gauge needle to draw the drug from the nurse bottle and then swap it out to the 19 gauge hypo fill needle. By doing so, you...