Lightfield has developed a full line of less lethal ammunition for Wildlife Control Professionals. The aversive conditioning of large, heavy muscled animals is a growing trend with specific range demands. The new Lightfield line includes patent pending designs with velocity and kinetic energies calibrated for range specific applications. The new line is intended exclusively for wildlife control and provides effective and affordable solutions for close, mid-range and extended range targets.
Lightfield believes ammunition that is safe and effective at close range on humans may be underpowered for large animals at greater ranges. Likewise, loads that are effective at extended ranges may be too powerful for humans at close range. In response to that situation, Lightfield has calibrated its wildlife control line into the following basic classes: Close range 8-25 yards, Mid-range 15-40 yards and Extended range 30+ yard.
This is the ‘traditional’ aversive conditioning round, improved to carry a larger payload. This load is designed for close to intermediate encounters with large game such as Bear, Moose, Elk or Deer. The 21 pellets spread into a large pattern to impart a painful stimuli over a large area with little risk of injury.
Tilt From Half WAY,Missouri –
Good on bears
I have bears of all sizes that troll past our house and attack the bear proof garbage can. I don’t want to kill them unless they knock on the door so I researched and bought these rubber pellets that proved to sting just enough to tree a bear then after several shots in the tree, then run off. Fun. They are light , have no recoil and are quiet from my 12 g pump police magnum. I then purchased the medium (2ball) and longer range single slug from Litefield that hit harder. So now I put all 3 in the tube. Its nice to have a non lethal option, however I do keep some 00 buck and lead slugs in the sleeve as well just in case!
MG2 From New Jersey –
I will buy more!
I used this to instill fear into a black bear that became used to humans and had no fear. I hit it with two of these and one of the rubber slugs and it has not been seen since!