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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 11-14-2013, 01:46 PM Thread Starter
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Shock collar

Lookin to get a shock collar for my beagles. Any recomendations ? Like a 2 collar system with one remote.

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post #2 of 19 (permalink) Old 11-14-2013, 02:06 PM
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Re: Shock collar

http://www.tritronics.com/classic-70...ingle-dog.html

the EXP model will handle up to 6 dogs with on transmitter

You won't go wrong with this one for beagles...

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Re: Shock collar

Go with the trashbreaker if you can afford the extra cash over the classic 70. In my opinion, having range to spare is better than not.
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Re: Shock collar

I bought a Tri Tronics Trash Breaker years ago. It worked very well. Broke coon dogs and rabbit dogs with it. Then used the dummy collar for awhile after they got the treatment. It sure worked better than any of the other methods I tried and made hunting with the dogs so much more enjoyable.
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Re: Shock collar

Go with the sport dog 3225.

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Re: Shock collar

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Go with the trashbreaker if you can afford the extra cash over the classic 70. In my opinion, having range to spare is better than not.
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Re: Shock collar

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Go with the sport dog 3225.
I have this unit and a trashbreaker.
Both work great.
The Sportdog is really nice and compact which is nice.

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Go with the sport dog 3225.
Sell out.
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Re: Shock collar

I have a Dodtra 1803NC it is a 3 dog system and I like it works great
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