- Mar 5, 2006
I don't know about you.. but I can't afford warning shots.......
It may be a picture of a crane with a bunch of people in the way.You are wrong. The picture is of ice cream. The rest is just background...
does this mean they happen but they don't?Bears proliferate the Alaskan wilderness, and bear attacks, while rare, are not uncommon.
A 1,000 rounds? I would have my .44 mag RUGER Redhawk, plus my RUGER 77/44 with 100 rounds, and feel safe. Killing a bear out of season is a big deal in Alaska. Maybe the guy didn’t want to mess with the paper work?I was thinking the same thing.
The only thing I can think of, that he flies everything in to camp and every ounce counts. Or the guy is on a shoestring and every dollar counts.
How many years do you pack a rifle and 1000 rounds in then pack them back out, before you decide you don’t need them?
It was an extraordinary attack that lasted many days. Not the typical encounter.
Most of that would have been in the trailer which ended up in the river while he had the handgun on him.So the guy is out there in the wild , miles from anywhere and ends up with only two rounds left in his gun ?
Just how many rounds did he take in the first place ?
I know if I was out there I would have a bunch. Not to mention a rifle or two.
If the bear came back several times , I would think he would have a lot of holes in him.