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108378 No. 108378 ID: 5c87e8
Anyone here ever work with (or against) dogs trained to detect firearms? I learned about how to beat the marijuana dogs years ago pretty successfully because I found out that those dogs are trained with caryophyllene oxide instead of real weed, but I can't guess what they might be training the firearms dogs on. Slide-glide?
>> No. 108379 ID: fe78f8
>>caryophyllene oxide
I don’t know where you live.
The dog handlers I know all use the real deal.
When a criminal case is over, the dope is destroyed once it is no longer needed.
Dog handlers will take some of that to be destroyed dope and use it for training their dogs,

I know one dog trained for firearms and explosives The conservation officers have it. Poachers often toss their guns in an attempt to avoid arrest

And a local agency has a dog trained to sniff electronics. They use it on the CP search warrants. Think of all the images you can put on a 1TB micro SD card. And all the places you could hide that card.
>> No. 108380 ID: 162432
Would there be a lube that would mask whatever the dog is trained to smell,like fruit scented astroglide?
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