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oak stob

No e-collars but silencers are ok.

Probably a pick & choose deal on when to crank on Jolly Old.

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Curt
13 minutes ago, john mcg said:

Curt--isn't your question a knee jerk red herring or something like that.

 

BTW--I can be a real smart ass myself. Don't feel like the Lone Ranger.

🙂

Well, Lee began his question of my post with the same, "what does this have to do with e-collars"?  Just curious about the motivation, that's all.  Lots of guys on here like to play the smart ass from time to time, I don't mind at all but I'm not in the habit of explaining myself.😉

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Cooter Brown
1 hour ago, Curt said:

Lee, Just making a reference to the point that just because the English ban e-collars doesn't make any difference to our use of them over here.  They are a valuable tool and I for one certainly wouldn't be in favor of following the English down that path.  The 1776 reference was just me being a smartass, something I sometimes do.  Now just to enlighten me, please tell me what the fact that they have died in various wars around the world has to do with e-collars?

You certainly have to marvel at the ability to jump from a hyperbolic comment about the uptight Brits and their increasingly ridiculous animal protection laws to storming the beaches at Normandy.  Olympic quality jumpin' right there.

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Chukarman

The Brits seem to have an entirely different world view. A lovely little country with quite a few things 

to like... other things, not so much.

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Cooter Brown
1 hour ago, Chukarman said:

The Brits seem to have an entirely different world view. A lovely little country with quite a few things 

to like... other things, not so much.

Stilton cheese.

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WI Outdoor Nut
On ‎11‎/‎13‎/‎2018 at 3:49 PM, BlacknTan said:

The problem with e-collars is a simple one.... train the guy pressing the buttons first!

 

E-collars in the proper hands, are amazing tools, in uninformed hands, not so much. A pupil still must know commands before applying corrections.... IMHO.

 

 

Have you met my wife?  She was very mad at the dogs and was asking where the e-collar was to "teach them a lesson".  I was um, no.......that is not what we are going to do. 

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