EDICIóN GENERAL

VIDEOS: La ciudad francesa de Dijon vive su cuarta noche de violencia callejera por ajustes de cuentas entre bandas

#10 mira mi comentario #11

Una bolsa de ¿coca? y armas largas y revólveres de grueso calibre.

Supongo que si entran toneladas de droga con la misma facilidad entran armas, solo que no hay perros que huelan fusiles.
#16 "...solo que no hay perros que huelan fusiles."

Ummm, investiga un poco ese tema.
#123 pues si me das alguna pista o link te Lo agradezco. Sé de perros que buscan explosivos y municiones. Pero ... ¿a que huele un fusil? A aluminio anonizado, acero y pintura cerakote? Al lubricante ? A la grasa de almacenaje ?

Huele igual un hk fabricado en Alemania que en España ?
#132 "Gun-sniffing dogs are trained to smell ammunition and gunpowder/gunpowder residue. Even if there is only a single bullet in a gun that has never been shot, the dog will pick up on the scent. It is also likely the dog will pick up on the scent of gunpowder even if there is no bullet in the gun if the gun was fired at any point in time beforehand. It is best for these dogs to arrive at the scene of the crime, if possible, within two to three hours after shots were fired because the scent will still be strong. However, a dog can still smell gunpowder residue up to two to three days after. Gun-sniffing dogs are trained to smell and find a few different types of gun-related odors. They are often tried with guns that have not been fired for many months and have not even been touch by someone for the same period of time. They also train these dogs to sniff out handguns, assault rifles, and more. More specifically, gun-sniffing dogs are trained in the same way they would be trained to find bombs or drugs. They are given a scent. They are taken somewhere where that same scent/object is hidden and they must seek out the location where it is. In the first phases of training, they will be rewarded for even slightly acknowledging they can sense the object. Training will progress from there and eventually they will only be rewarded if they find and locate the object properly and let their handler know in the proper way - often this means the dog needs to nose the area, stare and sit/stay in front of the location where the object it, or even scratch or paw at the object where the gun is located."

Donde hay armas hay balas. Y aunque las armas aún no hayan sido disparadas nunca, si va la munición en el mismo lote, premio.
#150 lo dicho, perros que detectan municiones, no armas de fuego nuevas.
#132 Yo cuando lei sobre los perros que entrenan para oler dinero alucine en colores. El dinero al parecer huele y las armas también.
#11 Está quedando una Francia preciosa. LePen presidenta en las próximas elecciones....

menéame