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Old 03-24-2014, 01:35 PM   #21
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You Lab is probably the best alarm you could ever have.
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Old 03-24-2014, 02:54 PM   #22
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First off TGR, I'm not a George Zimmerman type.

There is no video and there was no proof that he did not have a weapon,
I never said you was a George Zimmerman type . I said you and George and unarmed bad guys .

You posted you had a video on a early post below . 5 line downs

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You Lab is probably the best alarm you could ever have.
Geese work 10x better as a alarm then any dog . They NEVER sleep . That is why the Drugster use then to warn them the cop are in the area . Duke is a pitbull and was trained as a guard dog . If someone kicks my door in Duke will give me a good 5 second to draw my gun and shoot .
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Old 03-24-2014, 05:01 PM   #25
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I have one of these on my bed, and her boy friend not to far a way.
German Shepherds
Plus my baby Moss-berg 410 slugged.
Are we talking about get alert, defense or attack???
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Old 03-24-2014, 05:04 PM   #26
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4 got 2 attach this

MY BABY LOL
Front Red bead and red dot light.
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Grandmas kitchen

Good old Italian cook.
You wouldn't want to mess with her. LOL
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I have grandkids and the last thing I do is leave loaded firearms around. If I did I would worry that the kids might show up when grandma was home alone. And my memory isn't good enough that I can put them out at night and remember to put them away in the morning. I keep a locked handgun safe under the bed with an extra clip of .45's and a flashlight. The perimeter alarm and the dogs would hopefully give me a few extra seconds to unlock the safe - it's pretty easy to do.
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Yeah, if I had kids around, it would be a whole different story.
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I have one of these on my bed, and her boy friend not to far a way.
German Shepherds
Plus my baby Moss-berg 410 slugged.
Are we talking about get alert, defense or attack???
I used big oven mits up to elbow with heavy leather gloves inside to train Duke . Sometimes he would clamp down and make tears in my eyes . I have 1 words he triggers on for attacking and another word for guarding .


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Old 03-24-2014, 07:45 PM   #32
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I have grandkids and the last thing I do is leave loaded firearms around. If I did I would worry that the kids might show up when grandma was home alone. And my memory isn't good enough that I can put them out at night and remember to put them away in the morning. I keep a locked handgun safe under the bed with an extra clip of .45's and a flashlight. The perimeter alarm and the dogs would hopefully give me a few extra seconds to unlock the safe - it's pretty easy to do.
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I used big over mits up to elbow with heavy leather gloves inside to train Duke . Sometimes he would clamp down and make tears in my eyes . I have 1 words he triggers on for attacking and another word for guarding .

I worked for a company that had a Rottwiler as a guard dog for the shop at night. The attack commands were in German and the other commands were in English.
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Good old Italian cook.
You wouldn't want to mess with her. LOL
I have a six d-cell flashlight and a large box end wrench in my Bronco II. Both will make a good close quarters weapon. True they are no match for a firearm but in those cases like going to the VA Hospital and Fort Lewis where I can not have a firearm they are the best I can do.
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I think dogs are still the best alarm system. We have a Collie mix and a purebred English Setter. The Collie goes ballistic when anything or anyone out of the ordinary even steps in the yard, but the Setter can smell things long before the Collie senses them. Between the two of them, we have a pretty good warning system.
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You Lab is probably the best alarm you could ever have.
Just as long as they don't throw a stick. Then they would have a buddy.
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When I was in the service we had dogs. No they weren't the Army trained dogs they were just the mutts that showed up. They would sleep with whoever was on the berm for guard duty. They could smell the difference between an American and Vietnamese because we ate different diets.
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Duke and geese don't mix well . Duke will kill everything he sees cows , horses , cats , dogs , snakes , squirrels , possums , fish , and birds. If it walks , flys , slides or glides duke will try and kill it
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http://www.ehow.com/how_6179608_use-...-security.html

Geese can make excellent “watchdogs” or guards. In fact, geese are used to guard businesses such as whiskey warehouses in Scotland and military facilities in Europe. Geese are loud and quick to respond when they hear the slightest questionable noise. Geese naturally understand, without any training, that any people and animals living on the property are part of their flock. They tend to have no fear of challenging a human or animal that intrudes on “their” property or that threatens “their” people and animals. A flock of geese may be an unusual method of home security, but they can be effective without any special training.

http://www.heraldextra.com/news/nati...cc4c002e0.html

SAO PAULO - An overcrowded prison in northeastern Brazil has added a new layer of security against escapes: two geese.

Sobral prison warden Wellington Picanco tells the G1 news website the geese make a lot of noise when they sense "strange movements."

He says the geese roaming the prison grounds also will help alert guards to the outbreak of violence among rival gangs at the overcrowded facility.

The prison was built to hold 153 inmates. It currently holds 255.

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Right on.
My female Shepherd and smell and see way beyond your imagination.
She is unreal, can smell , hear , sense a squirrel and I look and there it is.
She does not even see it.
See can see can see a 1000 yards away move ment when sitting on the bed looking out the window.
Quite a girl I love.
My male not like her but knock or rattle the door thats another story.
YEP YOU ARE RIGHT
I have no real door bell just them.
How good is that ??? LOL
I will have to try and get a picture when there back are up.
My WIN 1894 / 30 WCF 1926 should be here tomorrow
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