Wash. residents warned of 'bloodthirsty' dog pack

This is a discussion on Wash. residents warned of 'bloodthirsty' dog pack within the Carry & Defensive Scenarios forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by high pockets Anybody in WA need to borrow a "small" watch/guard dog? I love the Great Pyrenees. I've had 8 of them ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by high pockets View Post
    Anybody in WA need to borrow a "small" watch/guard dog?

    I love the Great Pyrenees. I've had 8 of them and I love them all.
    I do not love the bright sword for its sharpness,
    nor the arrow for its swiftness,
    nor the warrior for his glory.
    I love only that which they defend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eagleks View Post
    In today's world, I would want AR with extra mags. The one's I saw, were extremely quick, very organized in the way they immediately encircle and go on the attack as a group.

    The problem with wild dogs.... it's a PACK, you aren't dealing with 'one' , you are instantly dealing with 5-8 of them. And, I would get 2-3 donkies, they don't like coyotes, dogs, etc and will win in a good fight.
    I'm with you on that since I also have an AR, a Rock River Arms "Entry Tactical". It also has 3 30 rd. mags and 8 20-rd. mags fully loaded and available for use if needs be. It's cool to use it in an open area. But in a city, the shots would require more selectivity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ksholder View Post
    Well, one person managed to take a picture of the dogs - wonder why they didn't shoot with a weapon rather than a camera.

    Bloodthirsty pack of dogs take out 350-lb. llama - Yahoo! News
    From the angle, I would guess that photo was taken with a game camera, not by hand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by high pockets View Post
    Anybody in WA need to borrow a "small" watch/guard dog?


    ^^^^^^^^^thats what I'm talkin' about^^^^^^^^^^^^^




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    Quote Originally Posted by claude clay View Post
    ...now can we have our 'high caps' back Ms. Politician last seen in her bullet proof car with a state trooper escort.
    She has nothing to worry about here. There are some things even wild dogs won't do.
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    My AR?

    I wonder how the dogs would do with my special mix of incendiaries, tracers, and hollowpoints. Got a couple preloaded mags of those and a couple preloaded FMJ. I guess if the FMJ didnt solve the problem switch to the more expensive stuff. And when I mean couple I mean 6 30 round mags.

    If that doesnt finish it I guess the 9mm thats another 52 shots and the .380 which is another 12.
    Then I would get eaten.

    Hmm. Maybe its time to go buy that 20 round Saiga Shotgun.

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