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and their gabbas actively promoting/inciting it.
of course the dingleberry crowd will be(has been) here asking for proof that it actually has any affect.
You gonna call me Alice gain for saying told ya so?
I have been wondering why there are no perimeter beams / alarms spread out around the house, and also further away from the house. If you have a gun, and you are alarmed of impending danger before it comes within shooting range, your chances to defend yourself becomes greater.
Thermal cameras are very expensive. But perhaps a worthwhile investment?
Sadly it what is required. My wife really wants to buy a game farm and i keep telling her there is no way in hell i am living like i am about to be drawn into firefight. Because that is what it takes.do you guys really expect people/families to enter buildings like coordinated tactical teams wherever they go?
Lion farming works well for that. Very well in fact - I have a friend who can vouch for it (actually, yes, really ) Zero incidentsSadly it what is required. My wife really wants to buy a game farm and i keep telling her there is no way in hell i am living like i am about to be drawn into firefight. Because that is what it takes.
Until your own lions chow you, which happened recently in Limpopo.
No, actually dinkum. While the mature lions are laid back, it's the youngsters making kuk that end up being the good watchdogs; If it runs, game on. If it makes a noise, game on. Big overgrown, playful kitty cats. But lethal!
Kak isn't censored hereRule #1. Wild animals aren't pets. No bonding.
Ek dag die dit sal **** veroorsaak
With our dumb laws, when a trespasser gets killed, then the po po rock up and charge the owner.Kak isn't censored here
Lions do work however. As you said, not to be treated as pets.
I saw a guy doing it properly.
Lions are set loose at night.
They return to their cages for chow in the morning. Takes manpower to do it though.