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Shock Collar

Postby Jay Jolicoeur » Fri Oct 14, 2005 5:38 pm

I am training a lab for waterfowl any opionios on shock collars?
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Postby openwaterhunter » Fri Oct 14, 2005 6:42 pm

Tri Tronics I have owned several of there products and haven't had the slightest hint of trouble out of them.
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Postby cmelik10 » Fri Oct 14, 2005 10:52 pm

I will have to agree on this one spend the little bit extra and buy a TT. Their new G2 series is out and they are great, same style transmitter only alittle smaller 2 hour charging no more plugs to take out and loose. You will be very happy with this collar.

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Postby h2oknine » Fri Oct 14, 2005 11:38 pm

I got the new G2 sports 80m and really like it I had the Classic 70 I would only go with Tri-Tronics.

remember the E-collar is to used for what the dog already knows not what they don't so be careful.
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Postby raidersboy » Sat Oct 15, 2005 4:29 pm

I've been using Dogtra, in my opinion they are the best built collars on the market. No skimping on the best parts. Also I really like their page feature, gives you one more versatility. Plus if you are out in the wet they are fully waterproof.
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Postby Hot-Rod » Sun Oct 16, 2005 9:01 am

In my checking, I found the Tri-Tronics and Dogtra were both top of the line collars. Being a hunter and $$$ being a factor, I bought Dogtra.

I got my Dogtra 1200NC for $275.00 shipped right to my house, from Creamlevel Creek Kennels, and the cheapest I could find them at Gun Dog Supply, Lion Country or anywhere else was $299.00.

Cooter told me that he trains with a Tri-Tronics Pro-500, but for a Hunter/Trainer it was hard to justify the more money, for the Tri-Tronics. Also said that he didn't think that the page was worth the extra $50 when training retrievers, so I got the Dogtra 1200NC, and should be starting Collar Conditioning in a couple weeks.
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Postby toby199 » Mon Oct 17, 2005 2:11 pm

Been using the Tri Tronics Pro 200 for a couple of years, durable and excellent performance. The G2's would be convient a little smaller and I believe they use the same charger for the transmitter and collar.
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Postby keegan511 » Tue Oct 18, 2005 10:47 am

Cann't go wrong with a Tri_tronics Flyway special. I have one and love it.
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Postby Thunder Force Kennels » Tue Oct 18, 2005 1:25 pm

I've used TriTronics for years. Tried a few others and prefer the Tri Tronics Pro 500
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