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Cabela's GS-2000

Cabela's has added a new medium-range model to their award-winning Gun Dog Series of electronic training collars, giving hunters and trainers added versatility and feature-packed performance in an affordable, compact design.

The new GS-2000 features advanced transmitting technology that resists most normal interference and is capable of running two collars at once, with the purchase of a second compatible collar. The compact transmitter housing has an easy to grip, non-slip, rugged housing with backlit LCD display. The transmitter and receiver are both 100 percent waterproof and submersible.


Contact: Cabela's; (800) 237-4444; cabelas.com


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