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Does anyone use a hunting horn to control their bushing pack ?

only very late on a Saturday night :whistling:

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Nither will you in a red sprayaway and hunting horn and a bobbery pack getting legged by irate townies getting woke up by some one trying to recall the dawgs. Lol

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I have started to use a horn this last 3 years only because I came into a couple of dogs that were already on it when I got them it saves alot of calling and I find it invaluable on a windy day it carrys far further than the voice (although I managed fine with out it for year's)each to there own I'd say

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Iv never used one , but I picked a couple up at a car booty the other week and as soon as I work out how to get a noise out of one I,m going to be a pretentious kunt and use it every where ,when I,m lamping , when I,m in the pub , on the local park , every where!

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I seen one put to good use

 

I was on holiday and we had a day out in Bungay.

 

The mrs wanted to have a look around a shop so I opted to hang about outside.

 

I sat on a public bench enjoying the sunshine and watching the world go by.

 

The traffic was moving slowly through the village.

 

I seen this white van in amongst the traffic and thought to myself they look a bonny bunch of lads.

 

Next thing this hunting horn is poked out of the van window and this lad gives it all hes got.

 

I never witnessed anything like it.

 

One passer by actually jumped into the air there was shopping all over the pavement.

 

 

When the mrs come out of the shop I was still laughing my ribs were hurting I laughed that much

 

Iwill never forget that and still have a giggle about it now and again.

 

Regarding the proper use of a horn I used to mimic the sound and the dogs seem to work with that extra drive.

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