I would like to present the latest advancement in "shoot bees that are slightly too far away" technology. The Spray Extender is a can-to-stick adapter for a regular size 18oz can of bee/wasp/hornet killer. It features a lever over the top of the can to operate the spray button. The user pulls on a piece of fishing line tied to the lever to actuate the spray button.
Pretty simple. Very effective.
.rsdoc files can be opened and edited in DesignSpark Mechanical. (it's a free 3D design program, google it)
There are 2 parts to print, the can_cap and the trigger_arm.
A 4-40 1/2" long screw can be used to secure the trigger_arm to the can_cap.
A 10' long 1/2" electrical conduit is used as the pole. It is a friction fit that worked fine for me.
I used some "Omniflex Braid" fishing line that I had lying around. Tie one end to the trigger_arm. thread it through the rectangular block on the side of the can_cap directly below the trigger_arm. You want to thread it through the top and out the side so that it comes back towards the user.
A hose clamp is used to secure the can to the can_cap.