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Injuries from Crossing Barbed Wire

Old 09-25-2019, 10:00 PM
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As I said in a previous post since this was posted in another forum.

Tpost stepper. Attaches to the T post itself. You are not stepping on the wire attachment do no wire clip will let go.
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Old 09-26-2019, 04:33 AM
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I would rather cross a barbed wire fence that one of those 3 strand electric Pen State fences. I had to on several occasions get a deer on my side if one of those fences after I shot it, those suckers hurt more than a barbed wire prick.
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Old 09-26-2019, 11:19 AM
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On construction sites that I sometimes work on...there are fences within fences --- And the one I detest crossing over the most is a Super Silt (3 foot high chain link) Fence --- that can easily cause groin injuries.

One dude in our company...urinated on a electrified cow fence --- And he wound up with the shock of his life.

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Old 10-06-2019, 07:15 AM
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Too simple. Get a coule cheap reversible, hand pump bar clamps to create gap between strands. Done. https://www.savebarn.co.nz/24-ratche...nversion-50211
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Old 10-06-2019, 08:58 AM
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Ive always just clime over at a post but I have a few buddies that buy those cheap pool ladder on Craigslist, yard sales, or fb sale pages and set them up strategically.

They look like this

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Old 11-26-2019, 07:12 AM
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My best tip is to make sure you are updated on your tetanus shot. Look for areas that are easiest to cross that you will fit under or over. look for sections where the fence may be weak and a bit loose to lift the wires. Low wires or areas where deer can go over or under are a great choke point for deer. Great to put up a trail cam when you find those spots. These will be easier for you to cross or use to your advantage in several ways. The serious stuff aside. I would like to share a funny story about getting stuck on a barbwire fence. Was out hunting with my FIL once. Guy is a total jerk often. He went to cross the barbwire and it snagged him right in the crotch. I was like omg...trying not to laugh. I did NOT want to have to feel around my FIL old sac to even help him... Me trying not to laugh was making him more and more helpless and angry. I so wanted to leave that a-holes nuts stuck to that fence. But ugh I had to help him. Made sure to rip his pants too.
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Old 11-26-2019, 10:33 PM
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Originally Posted by JW
As I said in a previous post since this was posted in another forum.

Tpost stepper. Attaches to the T post itself. You are not stepping on the wire attachment do no wire clip will let go.
Google it.

I had to look this one up. That is really clever. A couple of those and you could cross a barbed wire fence anywhere as long as it's a t-post barbed wire fence. Unfortunately, a lot of ranches still use wood posts but the idea is still very clever.
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