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    Sorry to the OP .... Darren and BAYDOG are both correct with regards to momentary vs continuous stimulation levels ..... guess I should have had another another cup of coffee before I posted! My reply has been corrected.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BAYDOG View Post
    Yup, I have the Pro 100, 18 cont, 6 momentary. Also a audible tone feature and the ability to run remotes.
    Interesting,,, Will my Pro 200 g2,,, run remotes??? Really???

    HOW??

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    Quote Originally Posted by MooseGooser View Post
    Interesting,,, Will my Pro 200 g2,,, run remotes??? Really???

    HOW??

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    No, it has an A for accessory position on the transmitter but it won't control a remote. It will control a flasher bought for the collar. I don't know of any other accessories for the collar.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Howard N View Post
    No, it has an A for accessory position on the transmitter but it won't control a remote. It will control a flasher bought for the collar. I don't know of any other accessories for the collar.
    I stand corrected, , yes thats what I meant, didn't come out that way.
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    Starting with the G2 you can control the TT Beeper. Depending on the model you have either a T-tone or A-accessory. The button on the back does the other function on most or all I believe.
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    Button on the back of mine is for the tone feature if you have the newer receiver. Anyone know what the threaded hole on the back side is for? I have never seen a accessory that would thread into it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BAYDOG View Post
    Button on the back of mine is for the tone feature if you have the newer receiver. Anyone know what the threaded hole on the back side is for? I have never seen a accessory that would thread into it.
    I think that Gear Keeper makes a bolt for those.
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    The TT Garmin Delta Sport looks well thought out, too.

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    Going to jump in on the thread I am interested in the Flyway or the sport combo but was wondering can you hang the flyway from a lanyard like the sport combo or do you have to keep it in you pocket? Am going to use mainly for hunting.

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    To hang the Flyaway from a lanyard, you would need to buy the field / pro holster. The holster has a strap across the bottom that you could attach a lanyard to.
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