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    Bear Fighting 101

    There are several woulda, coulda, shoulda lessons that can be learned from this encounter with an enraged, hungry grizz. A good prep is the most important, since you may not get a second chance to do it right.

    My takeaways:

    1. A handgun is only handy if it's in your hand.
    2. Everybody in the party should have one and know how to make it work.
    3. An empty chamber is useless.
    4. When you have a bear's food all over you, keep in mind that the dinner bell could ring any second.
    5. Wild meat tastes good, but so does the packaged kind at the store.

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    #2
    Enter a bear's home, expect to play by his rules, survival of the fittest.
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      #3
      .357 mag. should take down a 679 lb bear. Think I'm exaggerating? read on...

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        #4
        Originally posted by Reginald Carstairs View Post
        .357 mag. should take down a 679 lb bear. Think I'm exaggerating? read on...

        https://www.guns.com/news/2018/11/21...s-with-handgun
        Yeah, as long as it's not in the backpack.

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          #5
          When field dressing an elk, deer, etc, the blood on your clothes should be its, not yours.
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