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Old 10-06-2013, 10:22 PM   #71
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I was wrong on the rifle it is a custom rifle by wild west guns in alaska called the alaskan copilot in 457 mag must be a wildcat
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Was curious and looked up most bear attacks are black bear attacks and that is solitary black bears not only ones with cubs
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Was curious and looked up most bear attacks are black bear attacks and that is solitary black bears not only ones with cubs
What did he say????????????????????????
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I am personally familiar with three Grizzly attacks. In only one attack did the victim have a chance to fire a rifle. In the other attacks they were close fast and unexpected. The rifle was lost in the first blows. In one instance another hunter shot the Grizz 5 times with a .270 at a very close range. In one attack the victim was able to fire 5 .44 Mag rounds into the bear while the victim was receiving a fatal "Hug". Handguns should be carried in a strong rig and snapped in across the chest. Handguns carried around the waist are hard to reach and may be lost as you are thrown around like a tennis ball.
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A single point sling might prove effective in bear defense. I use a single point sling while man driving deer. Even in thick brush I can get an aimed shot off when I jump a deer. I use the single point on a Maverick 88 with a 20" barrel and a full stock. I have tried the single point on all my guns to see how it fits. Only my 91/30 was a no go with the single point. Blackhawk makes a single point that wraps around the pistol grip.
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Just curious. How many grizzly bears have you seen in the wild at less than 100 yds???
You mean the ones I've just seen, or ones I've helped dart and tag?
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A single point sling might prove effective in bear defense. I use a single point sling while man driving deer. Even in thick brush I can get an aimed shot off when I jump a deer. I use the single point on a Maverick 88 with a 20" barrel and a full stock. I have tried the single point on all my guns to see how it fits. Only my 91/30 was a no go with the single point. Blackhawk makes a single point that wraps around the pistol grip.
Walking up hills I think single point slings are worthless, JMHO
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..................Handguns should be carried in a strong rig and snapped in across the chest. Handguns carried around the waist are hard to reach and may be lost as you are thrown around like a tennis ball.
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