Giant Destroyer Smoke Bomb/Gasser

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Giant Destroyer smoke bombs produce a gas when ignited and dropped into burrows that will kill moles, gophers, woodchucks, rats, skunks and ground squirrels. 

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Each package contains: 4 x 1.75 oz. each

Active Ingredient: Sodium Nitrate 46.2% Sulfur 34.8% Charcoal 8.7% Other Ingredients 10.3%
Target pests: Kills Gophers, Moles, Woodchucks, Rats, Skunks, and Ground Squirrels
For use in: Burrows only. Do not use inside buildings.
Manufactured By: Atlas Chemical Corp. (UPC: 010052003331)

Giant Destroyer smoke bombs produce a gas when ignited and dropped into burrows that will kill moles, gophers, woodchucks, rats, skunks and ground squirrels.

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3 stars   11
2 stars   3
1 star   6

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  • 50 of 52 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 Stars  It's war, and I'm winning
    By Steve in Woodinville, WA on September 8, 2010

    My yard was under attack by moles. I'd wake every morning to five or so new mounds. I tried traps, but I wasn't having much luck. I didn't really want to use poison since I have two dogs and there are several cats in my neighborhood (they are one of the best solutions to moles). So, I started buying these at the local hardware store and using them. It is not an overnight solution. I would get up every morning and drop one of these in each new mound. Each day, there would be fewer mounds in the morning. After about a week of doing this, I pretty much conquered. I get maybe one mound a week. I live on a golf course, so I have neighboring grass on all sides (also filled with mole holes), so they journey into my yard at times. I realized pretty quick that buying these at the local hardware store pack by pack was going to get expensive. I searched the web for a better price and found this case. From here on out, I'll just always keep some on hand and be back for another case when I get low.

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  • 42 of 42 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 Stars  Best tool I've found
    By SC in St Louis, MO on August 7, 2010
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    The giant smokers really worked compared to poison pallet and juicy fruit, etc. Can't use trap because soil is only 1 inch deep in most of the yard. We used this product a few years ago under our concrete porch and we didn't see gravels being dug out any more. This year, we had tunnels and holes all over the yard in about 2-3 weeks time. We used only 3 smokers in 2 different places. No more tunnels or holes.

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  • 29 of 30 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 Stars  Battle of the rodents 2001
    By Chuck in Arizona on April 15, 2011

    Okay, I have secured financing for an all out battle, using scorched earth tactics. I purchased a dozen packages, which arrived quite quickly from, and immediately sent my forces to battle. I started with the close combat and lit some gassers in the the existing holes. Within a week, I have moved the pests about 60 yds BEYOND my grass areas and now I'm initiating phase 2. I call it Operation Acre 2 Haboob. Gassers are working great so far.

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  • 22 of 22 people found this review helpful:

    3 of 5 Stars  Best that I have found
    By J.d. in North Texas on July 5, 2010

    I estimate that the number of gopher/moles killed per gasser deployed is about 10%. Even though I would like a higher "kill rate", this product is more effective than any others that I have found.

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  • 21 of 22 people found this review helpful:

    3 of 5 Stars  It's war!
    By Rian in Simi valley, CA on August 1, 2010

    Gophers took over my yard. Leaving 8-10 new holes every 24 hrs. I've been at war with them 3 weeks placing a destroyer as soon as a hole appears. It's not over yet, but it's down to 1-2 holes in every 24 hrs.

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  • 5 of 5 Stars  good product
    By Terry in Veneta, OR on November 4, 2015

    Good product, and kind of fun to use.

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  • 4 of 5 Stars  Giant Destroyer evaluation
    By Max in Hazleton IN 47640 on October 30, 2015

    I have a house on 200 acres, and I mow about 25 acres around the house. That 25 acres houses at least 100 moles which, because of digging up the ground, make mowing hard on my back and the equipment. Fighting moles for a long time makes me a local expert. Giant destroyer provides a good temporary solution but the efectivenes depends on the person's knowledge of moles' habits. The moles make two types of tunels. The TRANSPORT tunels are several inches in diameter and have smooth internal walls when active. They are used to help moles to go from their nests to the feeding tunels, where they feed on worms and insects. The moles only eat live prey and poisoned products are a waste of money. The moles are very smart about choosing locations for their nests and will only dig them below protected areas, between the tree roots, under concrete or any other cover. For Giant to be effective, first identify the active transport tunnels. They are raised above the surface. Stick your finger into it and feel that the sides are smooth. Do not squash any. When these tunels are identified, look if they point toward a protected areas where a nest is located. If you find it, get as close to the nest as you can, feel the tunnel again and find out in which direction it goes. Now light the Giant fuse and stick the bomb as far in the tunnel as far you can push it, hopefully in the direction of the nest. Now cover the hole you made so no smoke can escape. If you find out a good transfer tunnel there will be no return of the smoke toward you. If the tunnel is inactive or blocked the smoke will come back at you and you have wasted your effort. If the tunnels are still active, I have seen that smoke spreading through lateral tunnels as much as 10 feet away from the Giant. Hopefully the smoke is involving the nest, but moles commonly have two exists from their nest and it will be possible that one ventillation tunel may still be open. After you think that the smoke may have entered the nest, re-examine the area a few days later for new activity. If present, renew the procedure at a slightly different location. GOOD LUCK

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  • 5 of 5 Stars  GOPHERS GONE
    By Frank in Rockport, Texas on October 9, 2015

    Worked great so far No more gopher signs - its now six days since treating. I didn't notice in the add that there are four bombs in each package so I ordered 4. I have lots of backup bombs now.

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  • 1 of 1 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 Stars  Works Great
    By Pdogkilla in Montrose, co on September 28, 2015

    My parents own a 620 acre farm and battle continually against prairie dogs. These work as good as shooting them if not better as they provide the opportunity to kill a whole family in the hole rather than one at a time. And anyone can use these effectively as compared to operating a rifle.

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  • 4 of 5 Stars  Gas 'Em Gone
    By Tetvet67 in WA State, USA on September 19, 2015

    I have been using this for a number of years and it is quite effective at ridding the yard of moles. Gotta get the main 'runs' and get 'em early when they have created the run recently but then you got 'em.

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  • 5 of 5 Stars  Removing unwelcome rodents
    By Brian in Birmingham AL on August 25, 2015

    Giant Destroyer seemed to do the trick when other applications failed. Nesting chipmunks are gone!

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  • 1 of 5 Stars  Good Customer Service, but Giant Destroyers DID NOT WORK!
    By Rebekah in Woodside, CA on August 23, 2015

    We are over run with ground squirrels and turned to the Giant Destroyer flares with high hopes of ridding our place of hopefully most/ALL? of these damn damaging diggers! We spent three and a half hours gathering stones, preparing the holes, lighting the flares (one package was missing a fuse), inserting them in the active tunnels, blocking the entrances while being careful to keep the flares clear and smoking, trapping the smoke in the passages...we ended up doing 26 sites. PHEW!! Well, that's done! (We thought with a rueful smile) As we went in for a now-late lunch we saw smoke billowing near our side fence! We ran over and discovered one flare had set roots on fire and it had erupted in flames above ground! Thankfully, we found it in time and extinguished what could have been a devastating (and really embarrassing!) neighborhood disaster! Later that afternoon, we returned to survey what we expected to be a silent battle field only to see NO CHANGE IN ACTIVITY! Within one hour at the barn and round pen I counted 27 ground squirrels scampering about, laughing at our pathetically futile efforts! We know they had been in the tunnels while we were flaring because one panicked critter actually pushed the stone out of his way and out of my hands blasting out of the hole with a lit flare in it while I was plugging it up - scared the bejesus out of me!! Haven't found a poison that works either, So don't know what next to do - but don't waste your time with Giant Destroyers! The 1 star is for the company issuing a return label and refunding our purchase price in full. (They wouldn't pay for our labor time!) A total waste of time and effort!

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  • 5 of 5 Stars  It certainly Preforms Mechanically
    By Satisfied in Tennessee on August 6, 2015

    It is difficult to know if the poison is actually killing anything because it is all done underground but I would not want to be under there breathing in the smoke. The little of the smoke that escapes stays close to the ground because it appears to be heavier than the air. That gives me confidence the poison is flowing down into the hole and into the tunnels. There is about 4-5 seconds time after lighting the fuse before the unit will activate. Therefore it is important to make sure the Destroyer will completely fit in the hole without a lot of activity on your part. I kept a big rock close by to seal up the hole once the Destroyer was released. Then I made an expedited retreat from the area to avoid breathing in the smoke.

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  • 1 of 1 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 Stars  great product, good price and fast shipping
    By Terry in Veneta, OR on July 5, 2015

    Great product for killing moles, and they're kind of fun to use, besides!

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  • 2 of 2 people found this review helpful:

    4 of 5 Stars  Smoke 'Em Out
    By Scott in WA on June 14, 2015

    I have used this product for a number of years and have been buying from this seller. I use these in the spring and fall to keep the moles at bay and it works very well if used accordingly.

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August 9, 2009 Debbie asked:

QIs is safe to eat vegetables after using Giant Destroyers?
I used your Giant Destroyer product in my garden area about one month ago just after I planted my garden. The mole hole was about two feet away from the first row of garden that I planted but close to my rhubarb plant. Is is safe to eat my vegetables and my rhubarb? Here is what I planted: swiss chard, green beans and onions. I also have a greenhouse in the same area in which I have tomato and cucumber plants. Thanks for your attention to this matter.

AGiant Destroyer does not leave a residual at all and is not a product that is taken up by the plants root systems whatsoever. Once a cartridge is done burning and has killed the mole, the smoke dissipates and is no longer present.

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August 23, 2009 Nick asked:

QShould I keep my pets and dogs away when using Giant Destroyer?
I have a dog that runs loose in my yard. How long should I keep him out of the yard after I use the Giant Destroyer?

AThe Giant Destroyer typically is suppose to be used under ground and the smoke contained in a gophers tunnel which would be air tight.  Once the Giant Destroyer has been used, there would be no side effects from the product that your dog could suffer from. The dog can enter the yard immediately after the Giant Destroyer has been deployed. 

22 of 24 people found this answer helpful.
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May 14, 2011 Thomas asked:

QIs it deadly if you inhale the Giant Destroyer gas by accident?

AGiant Destroyers can be dangerous when they are not used according to the product label. The small amount of fumes you may breathe in when lighting the cartridge would not be harmful.

13 of 13 people found this answer helpful.
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October 19, 2009 Karen asked:

QI have squirrels living in my walls. Can I use Giant Destroyer safely in my home?


No, Giant Destroyer is basically a smoke bomb that is meant to be place outside in burrows and holes under the ground.  If you used this inside your whole house would be filled with smoke and that would not be good.  It is not permissible to use this product inside.  You probably have squirrels in your attic.  You should use one of our Havahart Squirrel Traps in the attic to capture the squirrels.  Also, this means there is an opening somewhere around your roof line where they are getting in.  You should make sure all trees are cut back from the roof line and close up any openings around the house that could allow for squirrels to enter the home.

How to Get Rid of Squirrels

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July 4, 2011 Ray asked:

QCan you use the Giant Destroyer in vegetable gardens?

AWe do not recommend that you use Giant Destroyer in vegetable gardens. Instead, you should try to use the product outside the perimeter of the garden being sure to avoid the root system of the plants.

9 of 10 people found this answer helpful.
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November 4, 2015 David from Chardon, Ohio asked:

QWhat is the shelf life of the Giant Destroyer?


As long they are kept out of the elements, including being outdoors, moisture, etc., there is not a shelf life of the Giant Destroyer Smoke Bomb/Gasser.

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October 2, 2015 James from Pittsburgh, Pa asked:

QCan I use Giant Destroyer Smoke Bomb/Gasser on the sides of my front porch?
I can see my basement bathroom wall move due to groundhog activity. Just yesterday I chased a big one and it retreated underneath my front porch. Later that night sure enough,I heard activity in my bathroom wall.


We do not recommend applying Giant Destroyer Smoke Bomb/Gasser inside or close to a structure. They should only be applied to the active burrows away from the home.

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July 13, 2015 Steve asked:

QCan Giant Destroyer be used in the basement of a vacant house?


No, Giant Destroyer Gassers cannot be used inside or under a structure. You may call us at 866-581-7378 M-F 9a-5p EST for assistance with your particular situation.

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June 30, 2015 Kris from San Diego, Ca asked:

QAre Giant Destroyers safe around vegetation and cost effective for killing gophers?

A We would recommend using the Giant Destroyer Smoke Bomb/Gasser. It should be used in the burrows only. They do not leave a residual so it will not have any affect on your plants.

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June 13, 2015 Cary asked:

QDoes the product work on chipmunks?

A Giant Destroyer Smoke Bombs are labeled for gophers, moles, woodchucks, rats, skunks, and ground squirrels. It is possible that the gas would kill a chipmunk if they come in contact with it.

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June 2, 2015 Cordelia from Bristol, Pa asked:

QWhere do the groundhogs (woodchucks) die after Giant Destroyer Smoke Bomb/Gasser?
I moved to a new house and found out there are groundhogs in my yard. Do the bombs make the burrows uninviting so the animal does not want to return OR do the bombs actually kill the animal. If it kills the animal, do the groundhogs die underground or do the bombs make the groundhog leave the hole and die above ground (like when rats eat poison and die after looking for water)?

A Giant Destroyer Smoke Bomb/Gasser will suffocate the rodent and they will die in the burrow.  

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May 23, 2015 Nicole from Minneapolis, Minnesota asked:

Qwhat is the best time of day to set the smoke bombs??

A There is not a specific time of day to put the Giant Destroyer Smoke Bombs in the burrows.

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May 4, 2015 Heather from Illinois asked:

QIs Giant Destroyer Smoke Bomb/Gasser a temporary fix
i have researched that it is a temporary fix to mole pests! Such as it lasts 3-5 days. Is this true? Does the used smoke bomb get rid of them for good? Or do they come back?

A Giant Destroyer Smoke Bomb/Gasser will only treat for the moles that come in contact with it. It will not prevent the moles from re entering the area. You want to make your lawn less attractive by treating for the grubs. Please visit our Grub control page. 

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May 4, 2015 Heather from Illinois asked:

QIs it okay for a Giant Destroyer bomb to stay in the dirt/tunnel after it goes off?
We had tried this product in our backyard for the moles! We retrieved one used successful smoke bomb . However the other one we cannot seem to find as I accidentally took the rock up. Is it safe and/or harmful to keep the used smoke bomb in the mole tunnel? We attempted to dig up 3 different possible locations but all a no go! Concerned but we seem to have no choice.


Giant Destroyer Smoke Bomb/Gassers are safe to be left in the burrows and are biodegradable and should cause no harm if they are not found after burning down.

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April 9, 2015 Linda from Colorado 8908 asked:

QHarmful to grazing horses?
Have horses in the field I want to treat. Is it harmful to them during or after treatment? If so how long after treatment? Thank you

A It is recommended to remove all grazing animals from the treated area while a treatment is being performed with Giant Destroyer Smoke Bomb/Gassers. However, once the treatment is complete it is perfectly safe for grazing animals to re-enter without any harmful effects.

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