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Old 07-02-2010, 01:14 PM   #1
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I like how the owner lifted his German Shepard over the counter.
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Old 07-02-2010, 01:22 PM   #2
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that was truly excellent, gotta love them dogs!!

...that store owner was impressively calm too.
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Old 07-02-2010, 01:35 PM   #3
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Loved it. I hope the dog ate his azz up.
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Old 07-02-2010, 04:29 PM   #4
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Woof, woof.
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Old 07-02-2010, 04:56 PM   #5
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I'm sorry, was he robbing a gun shop?
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Old 07-02-2010, 07:13 PM   #6
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Rover probably thought it was a glock & was just trying to help the guy out.
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I smell a rat.

I have never been in a gun shop where the owner/salesmen aren't armed, and in a very conspicuous way. They all are walking around with body language that shouts, "You feeling lucky?"

I know I over-think everything but.........
  • The guy chicken stepped the attack and never went for a gun.
  • The dog needed to be assisted over the counter. A true guard dog would have never let the perp go in the first place.
  • Check out the perp's forearm, its padded.
  • There was no pursuit or call to 911 or 1911 at the end??

I call this you tube theater.
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I smell a rat.

I have never been in a gun shop where the owner/salesmen aren't armed, and in a very conspicuous way. They all are walking around with body language that shouts, "You feeling lucky?"

I know I over-think everything but.........
  • The guy chicken stepped the attack and never went for a gun.
  • The dog needed to be assisted over the counter. A true guard dog would have never let the perp go in the first place.
  • Check out the perp's forearm, its padded.
  • There was no pursuit or call to 911 or 1911 at the end??

I call this you tube theater.


I think now that you point that out I agree with you! Especially because that arm does look padded. And as mack Bolan pointed out the guy was calm (maybe a little too calm).
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Quote:
Originally Posted by canebrake View Post
I smell a rat.

I have never been in a gun shop where the owner/salesmen aren't armed, and in a very conspicuous way. They all are walking around with body language that shouts, "You feeling lucky?"

I know I over-think everything but.........
  • The guy chicken stepped the attack and never went for a gun.
  • The dog needed to be assisted over the counter. A true guard dog would have never let the perp go in the first place.
  • Check out the perp's forearm, its padded.
  • There was no pursuit or call to 911 or 1911 at the end??

I call this you tube theater.
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