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Unread 10-14-2013, 08:16 AM   #14626
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Unread 10-14-2013, 08:17 AM   #14627
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Anybody knows anything about a tracking device for dogs? I am serious w the lowjack
Call the vet. They can insert a chip.
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Unread 10-14-2013, 09:10 AM   #14628
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Call the vet. They can insert a chip.
They are all chipped. But thats only when somebody turns them in. I seriously need a low jack i will put on their collar if its not possibly subdermaly to be placed. So i can put an app on my phone and track my dog...
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Unread 10-14-2013, 01:07 PM   #14629
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Wow guys, i was looking on youtube about dog microchips. This is what i found avout the use of rfid chips. Scares the hell out of me!

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Unread 10-14-2013, 01:13 PM   #14630
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They are all chipped. But thats only when somebody turns them in. I seriously need a low jack i will put on their collar if its not possibly subdermaly to be placed. So i can put an app on my phone and track my dog...
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Unread 10-14-2013, 01:50 PM   #14631
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My vegetarian dg who not gets here and there a beef one eats salmon food, the I one with the wolf on it. It's holistic food, he really loves it. It helps him with his joints and skin...
I'm currently phasing the pedigree out of my dog's diet, but my dad bought 2 of those big *** 80lb bags of it. I told him not to buy that crap, and what does he do? He goes and does it anyway.

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Haha yeah I understand the principles. Energy= mass(speed of light squared). Just wasn't sure of the sizing and crap.
The sizing I think is explained in the link, can't remember.
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Where do you find the time...
Beings I work out of my little shack here on Saturdays and Sundays I try to get out of here early. Kinda get sick of being here. Yesterday though I had no drive at all. I turned on the home repair channel because that usually gets me motivated to at least do some repair work around here. That didn't help either.
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Beings I work out of my little shack here on Saturdays and Sundays I try to get out of here early. Kinda get sick of being here. Yesterday though I had no drive at all. I turned on the home repair channel because that usually gets me motivated to at least do some repair work around here. That didn't help either.
That's when you know you need to take a break.
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To put it in simple terms, bigger rounds have more mass, but move slower. They have more knockdown power and cause a lot more concussive force as well. Being shot in the head with a .308 round will more than likely make your head explode like a watermelon. Being shot with a 5.56 can do the same, but not always depending on the grain, distance, and barrel rifling.

Smaller rounds travel much faster, but don't have as much knockdown power. Small faster rounds tend to pass through a human target completely, but are more prone to direction change after hitting a target since they are lighter. Of course it all depends on what round you're shooting, if it's super or subsonic, and the distance you shoot from.

There are other rounds that provide a happy medium for some, but don't have the full ballistics characteristics of the rounds they substitute. For example, you have a 9mm pistol round, it travels fast and is light. Not much knockdown power but it travels faster. Now take the .45 pistol cartridge, and it travels slower, but has more mass and knockdown power. Doesn't always pass through its target completely. The .40 caliber pistol round is meant to be the happy medium between the two, opinions vary greatly on that round depending on who you talk to. But there's a lot of variables involved as to how effective a round will be.

There's so many variables, that you can get mixed results with different calibers, and even different rounds within the same caliber. Lighter rounds are more susceptible to windage whereas heavier rounds aren't. Which is why your typical military sniper rifle is a heavier caliber round. It's more prone to being stable through its flight path.

You also have different grains for rounds, and they react differently with the barrel they're being shot out of. In that instance, barrel length and riflings plays a big role. 55 and 62gr 5.56 rounds tend to react better with 1:9 barrels, heavier 75gr 5.56 rounds tend to do better with 1:7 barrels.


General rule of thumb, bigger round, bigger punch. Kinda like engines, more displacement, more power. However there's a lot of variables involved that will get you different results. But it's a general rule of thumb.
The problem (or advantage depending on how you look at it) is that rounds that don't have a lot of power tend to bounce around a lot. I was an EMT a while back. Some scary stuff can happen with a .22. With a high power round, you can likely see the entrance and exit wounds. With a .22, some times it can go in their shoulder, bounce around and come out their knee. So you don't know what it hit, where they're bleeding, etc.

So sure, most would rather be shot by a .22 vs. some larger round with high velocity, but it doesn't always workout that way.
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The problem (or advantage depending on how you look at it) is that rounds that don't have a lot of power tend to bounce around a lot. I was an EMT a while back. Some scary stuff can happen with a .22. With a high power round, you can likely see the entrance and exit wounds. With a .22, some times it can go in their shoulder, bounce around and come out their knee. So you don't know what it hit, where they're bleeding, etc.

So sure, most would rather be shot by a .22 vs. some larger round with high velocity, but it doesn't always workout that way.
Like I said, way too many variables to predict exactly what will happen with every round. Hell, a thick denim Carharrt jacket like mine can change the trajectory of some small rounds before it even hits the body.

And lighter rounds are more susceptible to trajectory change, especially when they don't have as much velocity as other rounds. It's pretty common to hear of a .22 doing massive amounts of damage like you said. Just enough velocity to penetrate the human body, not enough mass and velocity to leave the human body in many cases. The result? What you described.
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I tell you guys what, I had a pitbull that I got as a pup. I fed that dog everything we eat. If I had hamburger, she had hamburger. If I had biscuits and gravy she had biscuits and gravy. Whatever we eat, she got a full plate of the leftovers including fruit and vegetables. She lived to be 18 and would've lived a lot longer if she hadn't gotten hit by a car.
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The problem (or advantage depending on how you look at it) is that rounds that don't have a lot of power tend to bounce around a lot. I was an EMT a while back. Some scary stuff can happen with a .22. With a high power round, you can likely see the entrance and exit wounds. With a .22, some times it can go in their shoulder, bounce around and come out their knee. So you don't know what it hit, where they're bleeding, etc.

So sure, most would rather be shot by a .22 vs. some larger round with high velocity, but it doesn't always workout that way.
Richrd Ramirez ( nightstalker) used to carry .22 s. they did a tremendous brainscramble on his victims. Even its a light small caliber it can do damage on impact shots since it gets bounced of bones and tissue wrhn the body.
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Good job hotshot. I like your creativeness. Love your rig.
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