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Discussion in 'APBT Bloodlines' started by vw mike, Nov 5, 2016.

  1. vw mike

    vw mike Pup

    Thoughts on these .
    Lynch mobb
    Steady rock pearl
    La bruha

    Im not asking for opinions on the man himself .
    What do they bring to the table and are they still competitive.

    I know there are topics but most were about the man himself and not how they are performing.
  2. rodeoman069

    rodeoman069 Big Dog

    Yes if you know your Hall's and not using it as a trophy peace for your yard.
    they are still competing on a high level pure or crossed from the right kennels.
    Mid - Heavy mouth
    Thick long body set structure
    High self pre-production
    Good to go as is but if you know how the hallsblood really works they make Grade A foundation stock.
    Definitely not for beginners.
    Been running Halls pure and cross since 1999
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  3. vw mike

    vw mike Pup

    thanks for the reply rodeo . i was offered a brood of boudin man x cowboy boots . she is putting good ones the ground but didnt know anything about these dogs.
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  4. Naustroms

    Naustroms CH Dog

    Lot of the ones I've seen lately are hard as hell to breed. Fight crazy
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  5. rodeoman069

    rodeoman069 Big Dog

    Boudanman is hall's x Maloney not. Hall's x wild side.
    Not trying to up set any 1. But I know 1st hand. Still good stuff any way u look at it
  6. rodeoman069

    rodeoman069 Big Dog

    In 15 years I never had a problem breeding hall's dog.
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  7. rodeoman069

    rodeoman069 Big Dog

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  8. mad

    mad Pup

    Halls "Miss Boobs"
  9. vw mike

    vw mike Pup

  10. vw mike

    vw mike Pup

    didnt you had a few for sale last year out of gangster ?
  11. rodeoman069

    rodeoman069 Big Dog

    Yes still got a fue
  12. Box Bulldog

    Box Bulldog Premium Member Premium Member

    Whats the blood behind the dog in your avatar??? That is one hell of a good looking pit bulldog I have been meaning to ask you for a while.
  13. rodeoman069

    rodeoman069 Big Dog

    Thank you he's a good 1. Everything I have right now is off of hem and his mom. Got 4 pups on the ground now off Dillinger to his mom. Hall's Typhoon is the reason why I got Dillinger and his mom from Bobby H. To keep it simple she was a verry good hound in every way.
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  15. rodeoman069

    rodeoman069 Big Dog

    I wish you the best of luck with them buddy. Your female out of Dillinger x Miss.Kaboom carry the heavy mouth. Your Black Dillinger male has a lot of Art's Missy in hem. Should be a good hunter back-end should be his spot. Just to give u a heads up
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  16. strick

    strick Pup

    photo0_5.jpg Blocc Boyz male.

    "Good to go as is but if you know how the hallsblood really works they make Grade A foundation stock.
    Definitely not for beginners." I agree 100 percent.
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  17. c_note

    c_note CH Dog

    I don't agree. What line is good for "beginners?" If one is seeking an APBT from a working lineage and has done their research, genuinely and not just asking a bunch of Internet questions, almost ANY line will do. Some are more high strung than others. That statement isn't bloodline specific either. It's from individual to individual! Even littermates are not created equal!! I'm not a novice or beginner, but I don't like yappers! Neither do my neighbors!!! In turn, when lookin into a litter, stud, or purchase, I ask about the breeders' experiences with their family of dogs habits. Certain lines, and families in those lines, produce certain types of dogs. Learn to avoid what you can't handle!
    oakgrove, SDOD and Mr.Revolution like this.
  18. U got any more pups Rough S.?
  19. rodeoman069

    rodeoman069 Big Dog

    Yep 1 male
  20. F.D.

    F.D. Top Dog

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