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  1. the new mk1 style ferret finder only seems to have 8ft collars.
  2. somtimes the magnetic switch goes broken. in some cases a stronger magnet can still make the collar turn on and of.
  3. what is the definition of an eu poplecat?
  4. looks a bit like a chinese atn copy. but it does seem to have interchangeable 18650 batteries. it does have a balistic calculator but mentions nothing about a laser range finder or abl that is compatible
  5. sorry for that hope it does work well now
  6. question to the people who got experience with jagd terriers. from the few people i know of who got experience with jagds i heard that they kind of have a will of their own. and so are way more difficult to control and to learn things than say a patterdale. for instance they said to me that they had such an high prey drive that it would be as good as impossible to for instance catch rats in a chicken pen without also killing all the chickens. how do the people here think about stories like that? are they controlable or not?
  7. like said before it is not always a numbers game for me also today it was just one rat that we caught. but it was in the ceiling of someones daughter. so they where more happy than a farmer where you catch 50 rats.
  8. what type of breed is that? do you hunt rats with them yourself? how much do they weigh and how tall/small are they.
  9. i got most of the licences possible. but for my this reliant is briliant. it has a galvanized chasis. a body of glassfiber. so not much will rot away on this car. it is a simple car to do most of the repairs yourself. parts are still for sale new and used. it is low in weight and also efficient with petrol so cheap to drive. because of the 3 wheels the light wheigt and beacause it is narrow and small i can reach almost any rat hunting space really close by without much chance of getting stuck. so that all of the ratting gear is close and quick at hand when needed.
  10. pike and perch around where i live is crap. the water here has to much salt for those fish sea bass can be good to fish around my house though and they are great fighters and taste great. eel is alo possible
  11. so if i understand correct the longer coated pat is more protected against plants but does take more time for the owner?
  12. just wanted to show you guys the crazy shaking method one of my dog ravi has developed. my son calls her shake the raving tornado shake. somehow her shake seems to help her a lot to protect her from rat bites. she grabs the rat ant the back starts shaking them like crazy while also spinning around herself. if enough life is shaken out off the rat she starts cruncing the spine and as final crushing the skull. it takes a bit of time but if there are more rats to be caught she moves to the next quick(if she is able to she/hear that there is an other rat) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xXqBEiQZ
  13. i got a smooth coated patterdale myself but in many pictures i also see pats with half long rough hair on them. is there other than the hair other differences between the 2 ? and does the longer hair work better for the pat in bush high gras brambles nettles and such. does the long hair collect sticky weeds and are they hard to get out? i got 2 ratting terriers now one is a smooth coated pat the other is a fluffy haired kooierhondje x boernenfox. the pat goes throug bush and weeds and such well but she did once pick up a nasty cut(needed 4 staples) from sharp reeds. and on time af
  14. for some reason google decided to put one picture upsidedown and i didn't understand how to rotate it back to normal
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