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Michael, Mom and AH64ID….……………Heard About This???

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There's a lot of rumor with few facts except a lot of injured animals. Still, with hunting season upon us, it would be really foolish to knowingly allow dogs to run. I'm not a believer in coincidences... my instinct tells me this is not a coincidence yet we don't know the cause... yet! people will talk & the truth will come out. When I was a relatively new driver, a guy I knew... about the most meek person I knew... hit a good sized dog. The dog ran out from behind a parked car just as he was passing. It totaled the car. Deer strikes with ordinary passenger cars often does serious damage or even totals them. I expect that the vehicle damage will reveal the persons responsible. Heck, I was worried about hitting a loose wheel cover...

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Somebodys trunk would be meeting my Ranch Hand bumper in short order if I ever saw anyone swerving at my pooch! JR

Or the business end of whatever "personal protection device" was nearest me at the time.:gun:
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Or the business end of whatever "personal protection device" was nearest me at the time.:gun:

Since I'm normal packing yes I would defend a pat or love one from a idiot. Not exactly have to shoot to kill but just the sight of the firearm typically keeps idiots at bay. No. I normal do NOT conceal the firearm either.

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Years ago a customer's car was towed in after hitting a dog. He said the dog was laying down in the road as if it had already been hit. The damage was a bent cross member, a broken power steering rack, engine and transmission pans bent into the oil pump and valve body respectively. It was a new Volvo with factory undercoating, dog hair was stuck all over the bottom of that car.

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