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Old 02-28-2012, 01:49 PM   #11
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To quote the great Mark Sullivan, "nothing stops a charging buffalo like an ounce of lead to the brain pan."

Nuff said.


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It would help a bunch to know what 'mammal' you're talking about. Their head shape will have much to do with where to place the blow, shot or other means to snuff it's life instantly.


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A deer, bear, buffalo, gorilla or something along those dimensions.
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Mosfet- follow the link I gave you. The article on the Humane Killers includes manufacturer's illustrations of the use of the tool on different livestock. Same would apply to bullets.
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Mosfet- follow the link I gave you. The article on the Humane Killers includes manufacturer's illustrations of the use of the tool on different livestock. Same would apply to bullets.
Can you pm me the link as well? Even though the knife to the throat works I would like to know other ways as well.
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Can you pm me the link as well? Even though the knife to the throat works I would like to know other ways as well.
Cuttin the throat doesnt work as well as folks thinks...it isnt painless at all.

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A deer, bear, buffalo, gorilla or something along those dimensions.
Gorilla? Is it even legal to shoot a gorilla?

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Can you pm me the link as well? Even though the knife to the throat works I would like to know other ways as well.
The link is posted in earlier in this thread.
http://www.nrvoutdoors.com/HUMANE%20KILLERS/BANG.htm
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22lr pistol stuck in its ear....istant death
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the brain has no pain receptors ..so a point blank shot to the stem ,top,frontal lobe kills instantly ..as well as painless . a brain shot with the 12 gauge shotgun slug will kill any living thing in the universe at 2feet or less.
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the brain has no pain receptors ..so a point blank shot to the stem ,top,frontal lobe kills instantly ..as well as painless . a brain shot with the 12 gauge shotgun slug will kill any living thing in the universe at 2feet or less.
No pain receptors? I can't believe that after that last bachelor party ugh


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