Professional Series Insect Net, 15” Hoop, Aerial/Polyester 7315NAR
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Professional Insect Nets




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Professional Series Insect Net, 15” Hoop, Aerial/Polyester

Strong, yet lightweight net of polyester or muslin material, for years of collecting service. Aluminum handle is 3´ x 3/4˝ in diameter. Zinc-plated spring steel 15˝ hoop.

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MPN: 7315NAR
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UNSPSC: 41102503


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02/08/2019
Very nice excellent condition that works great thank you very much I would definitely offer this to anybody I know
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I'm not quite sure how to assemble the insect net. By any chance could you send me instructions for assembly, please. I'm not quite sure how to assemble the insect net. By any chance could you send me instructions for assembly, please.
The first step is to push the metal bar through the sewn loop that goes around the top of the net. As you work the rod through the loop the net will begin to take shape. It is important to make sure the two ends of the metal rod are sticking out from the openings on either side of the sewn loop once you have fully inserted it. The red screw is then tightened down to hold the rod in place.