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  1. creedsduckman

    creedsduckman Elite Refuge Member

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    Did he ever actually get a limit?
     
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  2. FriedPotatoes

    FriedPotatoes Elite Refuge Member

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    I think he slayed a few buffies but not sure he got a limit of them.
     
  3. WindInHisHair

    WindInHisHair Senior Refuge Member

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    Not everyone can water swat limitz of buffalo headz.
     
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  4. rism

    rism Elite Refuge Member

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    Dog work was good BUT -- That is the result of electronic collar. Makes the dog work like a robot which I personally don't care for. I have never used and still don't. I don't train professionally any longer. Just my onw dogs(s). Some friends for the basics.
     
  5. Aunt Betty

    Aunt Betty Elite Refuge Member Supporting Member

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    I didn't watch the video or dog but the newer e collars are not what I am used to. They were like lightning on low and fire n lightning on high.
    Now they have such low settings. Low 1 is like a baby pinching you.
    I was in disbelief until I shocked myself with some collars.
    If you've not trained in a decade or so its worth checking into. I was "shocked" lol.

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    Bad. Sport dog is painful on 1.
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  6. Goose caller

    Goose caller Refuge Member

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    On the contrary Otter has never had an E Collar on. She’s a 2X Grand Master Hunter. Just a really solid dog that loves the game. That being said I whole heartedly believe in e collars and use them with the rest of my dogs. I didn’t have any experience with them when I got her. In the hands of a skilled trainer (someone that knows how to use it and has properly conditioned there dog) they are a great tool. It’s Hard to make timely corrections or any corrections at all remotely without one.
     
  7. rism

    rism Elite Refuge Member

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    Sorry, I'm old school. Those corrections have been made for many many years without e-collars.
     

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