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Best off with just a normal lead with clip on then you can use it as a normal lead or use it as a slip by holding the clip end and threading other end threw collar, old bill can take a proper slip lead or even a length of strapping off you and use it as evidence, that’s just what someone told me and definitely not from experience 

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Yeah I heard it were like that back in the 1930s😁

Best off with just a normal lead with clip on then you can use it as a normal lead or use it as a slip by holding the clip end and threading other end threw collar, old bill can take a proper slip lea

When younger me trackies never had string in them I don't lose leads like I used to 😆 😂 

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22 hours ago, thefensarefarbutistillgo said:

Best off with just a normal lead with clip on then you can use it as a normal lead or use it as a slip by holding the clip end and threading other end threw collar, old bill can take a proper slip lead or even a length of strapping off you and use it as evidence, that’s just what someone told me and definitely not from experience 

Very true that...

With a dog quickly clipped onto a standard dog lead your gonna be in a slightly better place if stopped by plod.

Though the real tree gimp suit with muddy Nike 270's and Blitz lamp in yer other hand can be a bit of a giveaway... 😬🤣

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19 minutes ago, Bosun11 said:

Very true that...

With a dog quickly clipped onto a standard dog lead your gonna be in a slightly better place if stopped by plod.

Though the real tree gimp suit with muddy Nike 270's and Blitz lamp in yer other hand can be a bit of a giveaway... 😬🤣

😂 I don’t go lamping, don’t wear trainers or camouflage when I’m out so got all them areas covered aswell 😇

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Just now, thefensarefarbutistillgo said:

😂 I don’t go lamping, don’t wear trainers or camouflage when I’m out so got all them areas covered aswell 😇

No mate, it wasn't aimed at you, just most young lampers in general... 👍

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16 hours ago, Bosun11 said:

Very true that...

With a dog quickly clipped onto a standard dog lead your gonna be in a slightly better place if stopped by plod.

Though the real tree gimp suit with muddy Nike 270's and Blitz lamp in yer other hand can be a bit of a giveaway... 😬🤣

i couild never get me head around wearing camo in the dark lol

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16 hours ago, thefensarefarbutistillgo said:

😂 I don’t go lamping, don’t wear trainers or camouflage when I’m out so got all them areas covered aswell 😇

dont do none a that  lol you must be a  armchair hunter lol👍

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I buy some rope from the boating place you can get all diffrent thickness I make a loop to go around my wrist and stitch in a long thin piece of rope think 4mm to go through buckle on dog collar nice to have something you made your self and can get any colour you want save losing it 

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On 12/08/2021 at 23:14, thefensarefarbutistillgo said:

Best off with just a normal lead with clip on then you can use it as a normal lead or use it as a slip by holding the clip end and threading other end threw collar, old bill can take a proper slip lead or even a length of strapping off you and use it as evidence, that’s just what someone told me and definitely not from experience 

That's what I do and you don't lose it. 

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On 14/08/2021 at 15:00, mC HULL said:

i couild never get me head around wearing camo in the dark lol

Nore hiding when someone puts a light on you, but you don't cover the dogs eyes.

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41 minutes ago, mush said:

Nore hiding when someone puts a light on you, but you don't cover the dogs eyes.

If they was lamping looking for you mate you can cover dogs eyes but if you have white dog then its pointless 😆 

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