With autumn well under way, many of us are entering hunting season. For those of us bringing our four-legged-friends with us, we know how important it is to ensure everyone makes it home safely after the hunt—that’s why placing an identification tag on your hunting dog is an absolute necessity.

How to Mark ID Tags for Hunting Dogs with the Model 40B | Numberall Blog

The most popular ID tag for hunting dogs is a brass strip tag around 3/4” x 3” in size. There are two holes on either end that allow it to be riveted to the dog’s collar. Places such as your local feed and grain store, kennel club, municipality, or hunting club can mark your tag. Stamped tags remain legible and secure in almost any situation—and Numberall’s Model 40B is the perfect tool for the job.

The Model 40B offers an easy solution for numbering and lettering hunting dog ID tags. It’s portable, quiet, and easy to use. The operator simply clamps the ID tag on the table, turns the dial to the character desired, and depresses the hand lever for an even mark. There are also different character sizes available, enabling you to mark up to four lines of information on your hunting dog tag depending on the size of the tag and character size. 1/8” characters are the most common.  We offer interchangeable character dials and corresponding spacing rack options. We also manufacture different sized nests and strip holders to make operation even simpler for holding the tags.

If you mark hunting dog tags and would like to learn more about the Model 40B, there are a number of resources available on our website, including the Model 40B product page and Model 40B infographic. Of course, you can always give us a call at 1-800-685-3072, or fill out our contact form to request more information. Here’s to a successful hunting season for you and your canine friend.

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