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gun

noun armament, arms, carbine, firearm, lethal inntrument, munition, piece, pistol, repeater, revolver, rifle, shotgun, tormentum, weapon
Associated concepts: concealed weapon, deadly weapon
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While retrievers do not have the flashy style of an English springer spaniel in the field, they can certainly perform very well as upland gun dogs.
Having a respectable gun dog is, to me, the reason we hunt birds.
Get your gun dog in the right teaching scenarios and watch in amazement at the fruits of your labor--just like Dokken did on a 2011 hunt.
In addition to answering any questions about products and solving any problems with them, Gun Dog Supply also offers a 30-day, no risk, 100 percent satisfaction guarantee on everything sold by the company.
The first aid DVD features GUN DOG contributor Bob West and retired "Veterinary Clinic" columnist Tom Holcomb, DVM (whose son John has continued the column in fine style), and it covers just about every emergency situation--and how to deal with such mishaps--you might encounter while afield with your dogs.
OCTOBER 10: Tay Valley Gun Dog Association's show in the Dick McTaggart Centre, Dundee.
GREAT EXPECTATIONS Sometimes gun dog rehabilitation is all a matter of perspective and a matter of adjusting expectations.
The Arfon Working Gundog Society will present invitation working gun dog tests for spaniels on Saturday and retrievers on Sunday, while the Mid Wales Working Gundog Society will run an advice centre and demonstrations.
Sheep shearing, showjumping, gun dog displays, flower shows, livestock shows, craft fairs and of course pipe bands make the Royal Highland Show a fun outing for all the family.
Spaniel training for the flushing dog enthusiast, from puppy to gun dog, demonstrated by professional' trainer Kenneth C.
Don't get me wrong; a genetic hodgepodge will rarely work birds with consistent competence and never with the flair of a real gun dog.