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A real effective guard dog

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Checkman, Jul 4, 2012.

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  1. Checkman

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    Beats all the other ones hands down.
     

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  2. Timmypage16

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    That gave me a good laugh. Ill have to share this with the wife.
     
  3. Checkman

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    Glad you liked it. I figured everybody here would enjoy it.
     
  4. FROGO207

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    +1 for the dog help.:D Might be better than my border collie.
     
  5. CrackerJim

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    So the bite comes before the "bark" with that dog!
     
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    That made my day-lol.Nothing like a undercover canine brother in full gear.
    Thank you,
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    Feel like he is saying "Hello Kitty!"
     
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    I hope the burglers don't throw him a big bone with lots of meat on it and he says, "HEY, YOU GUY ARE GREAT"!

    They'll steal your guns also.
     
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    Bark over here....Bite over there...
     
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    Ha... those are great.
     
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    Most excellent. Looks like you have a great dog there.
    B
     
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    Ha! That's great!
     
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    if he is like my room mates dog the first picture could read, "There is silver in the hall closet, Step away from the milk bones"
     
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    Wish I could train my Great Danes to shoot.LOL
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    Great!

    Just warn him he's gonna get scope-eye if he lights one off the way he is in that second pic.
     
  16. Checkman

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    :D Yeah he won't listen to me about the scope.
     
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    That made my day..

    Ya got a_great Dog there.. :)


    Ls
     
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    Effective? Please..... :what::eek::neener::neener::neener:

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    Fun thread. Enjoyed it.
     
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    Nice lookin' pooch you have there. Is it just me or is he a little recoil shy with that j-frame? ;)
     
  21. Checkman

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    Well I tried telling him that even the +P 38 Spc recoil might be a little sharper than he likes with the scandium frame, but you know dogs today. They know everything. Can't tell them anything. So now he has a flinch. Oh well at least he's good with a rifle. :D
     
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    The last couple are great, sniper style, too funny.

    ^^ I lol'ed.

    My dog has never expressed the desire to handle any of my firearms, for obvious reasons.

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    Lethal weapon ...

    Ever-vigilant, always on the ready; it would be a mistake to underestimate the lethality of this Springer:

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    My Yorkie is a third degree back belt in "Toung Fu." She can 'lick' any opponent.
     
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    Those are really good.
     
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