Discussion in 'Firewood, Heating and Wood Burning Equipment' started by Polish hammer, Mar 5, 2019.
Uh-oh, here come the internet lawyers!
As a former FedEx delivery driver I can tell you that a dog is little more than a slight delay. A friendly voice and a dog biscuit will be enough to get by most dogs, a harsh voice and body language will make meaner dogs back down. Even pepper spray will turn a trained attack dog around most the time. Someone who really wants you stuff will have a 9mm that they won't hesitate to use.
I want to see you try this with the right mean trained dogs! You willing to do time for shooting too?
They get past the little dog, they have to deal with the big dog, ( me ), and I guarantee a biscuit ain’t gonna distract me.
That’s good stuff!
wrong..if you ask the thief if hes a demoncrap,,he says yes,,youll let him go..thinks just like uuuuuuuuuuu
I used to do it all the time we had 20 at one time. Real fun stuff letting 3 of them go on a man in a full suit they take him down in 2 seconds then drag him around on his ass ,without the suit your either in pieces es or dead!
I had a full grown huge AmStaff with a real big head and jaws delivered to me they could not handle, when the guy handed me the dog it turned on him and ripped apart his Achilles tendon! I had to pull a strange dog off the guy by my self before it destroyed the chump! Im betting he beat it! That dog could rip plastic bumpers of cars and pop tires all the time and hang in the air for minutes he would kill anything!
They always are arent they? Grizz wouldn't care what he was! Might be Russian out there!
I wonder if I can find some old pics?
Oh dear, I thought your avatar was just that an avatar. I didn't realise it was a personal photo. It all makes sense now why the 200t is the saw of choice. Handle fits nicely in a wolf mouth.
Personally after seeing well trained guard dogs, I'd not jump the fence no matter how many guns I was packing. Painful way to go being torn up alive and eaten up by purposely slightly under fed k-9's. Crooks generally want easy pickings, one rule on security is making your car harder to break into than the ones parked either side of you, having better security than your neighbour etc. I like the black powder idea though......just as he puts his feet up after loading the stove with stolen wood... BOOM surprise!!
I would not either I seen what a real hard one can do take you out in 1 second with a gaping tear.
Here is one of my
old school German Shepherds!
He is awesome!
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