Product Number: RAL
Brand Name: Ralogun II
The multishot, trigger action gun is used to implant the Identipet Small (12mm) Transponders into livestock and game. The Ralogun is used with a plastic cartridge magazine which has 24 chambers, each of which is preloaded with a sterile microchip. The position of the cartridge holder is adjustable for left or righthanded use. A sighting port means the user can see at a glance whether the next transponder to be implanted is aligned with the plunger. Three needles are supplied with the unit, replacement needles are available seperately.
The implantation site for bovine, ovine, porcine, caprine and/or other species used for meat production is subcutaneously at the base of the left ear on the scutiform cartilage or alternatively under the tail.
One squeeze of trigger to implant transponder. Use in any position no shaking or other manipulation after the needle is inserted. Fill visibility of transponders ready in injection position. Positive assurance of transponder insertion.
Case: Black, heavy duty metal
Accessories: Plastic Cartridge Carousel & 12 gauge needle (3 needles supplied)
Always use a sharp needle. Keep trigger depressed while withdrawing the needle to be sure that the implant stays in place. Wipe needle with cotton or gauze moistened with alcohol or other suitable disinfectant. Rotate cartridge in direction of arrow until the next transponder to be implanted is visible and centered in window.
Taking Care of the Gun:
It is the nature of the pellet injection operation that a certain amount of blood, hair, dirt etc., will be deposited on the plunger and carried back into the gun mechanisms. As with any precision mechanism, the injector gun should be kept clean for smoothest operating results. Clean the gun with the needle removed and the plunger extended.Disassemble the gun stock halves for cleaning the internal plunger surface and the plunger guide surfaces as necessary to keep the plunger mechanisms working smoothly. The internal mechanisms are exposed for cleaning by removing the gun stock assembly screws and prying apart the halves with the gun lying flat and the needle facing to the left. Clean the plunger, plunger guide and slide surfaces with a detergent solution or alcohol. Do not oil the plunger, plunger guide or slide surfaces. Lubrication of these parts is not necessary although a little pencil lead or dry teflon aerosol lubricant on parts may give smoother action.