Reminds me of the first time I invited my wife to go along on the annual Pheasant hunt in South Dakota with my buds. First covey up she got a double... She was part of the guys from that day on. They always asked me to bring her back again next year
Looked like northern Italy. I saw a Beretta sidelock, obviously a high-grade gun. Did not notice the others. Notice that they all sling their guns? Also notice that their dogs are trained differently than we do in the US. They are not steady and they are used to flush the birds. There was also a light colored Pheasant variant. I haven't seen one in several years. However, all-in-all, it was an enjoyable video. Aftrr all, dogs, guns and birds - what could be better?
One of the things that I have always enjoyed the most is dogs that will honor points. On the funny side my miniature Datsun that died in September would honor points. I would always crack up when He would do that. Even when He did it squirrel hunting. While hunting running quail in brush I finally learned to move up quick or they would be gone. Now the quail are making a slow comeback but I no longer have dogs as it is so difficult to find places to hunt. Jackie B.
Often translations are literal or idiomatic and do not translate into anything understandable.
"Well trained dogs" is a matter of the eye of the beholder and the practices of the locale. As I said in my previous post, these Shorthairs are trained differently than we train our dogs in the US. Note that I did not critize them, merely commented. You should see good US trained pointing dogs to see the difference. It would also help to have someone tell you what you are looking at and describe what the standard of top performance is.
Warning, this is addictive and thus not for the faint of heart. Next thiongn you know youn have a house full of bird dogs and an ex-wife.