BANG...BANGBANGBANGBANGBANG! CLICK, CLICK.
6 shot revolver, my choice as well.
Were it my tent - and given my usual wilderness diet - I suspect the pained look on his/her face is my usual protective gas cloud. It fends off "no-see'em", mosquitos, and the wayward bear. No gun needed - the only problem is how to dispose of the carcus aftwards! :)
Disposal is no big deal - GOOD steaks!It wouldn't be my first choice for an alarm clock, though.
I agree, load the freezer.
Looks like me when I get up way too early and no coffee.
Yea, make sure you're awake and it's not really your wife.
bahahahahaha at Rob - good one buddy!Dear Duke - if that big ugly grizzly was staring in my tent flap, i would empty a magazine or two and then start throwing hotdogs at it. all the while using my swiss army knife to cut a hole in the back of the tent - FAST! then i would run as fast as i could while still throwing hotdogs.your friend,kymber
I think I would make a back door to the tent as I was unloading my gun into him.
The one time you don't feel the recoil when shooting your 50cal snub-nose revolver.
Duke,As a kid, I remember a bear coming through our camp wall. This was up in Northern Michigan. He smelled food cooking on the stove and decided he wanted it. My Mom's uncle was cooking dinner at the time and when the bear crashed through the wall, he shot him dead. Thank God everyone had guns with them at the time (hunting season).
Neat story, I think if you were camping in bear country it would be wise to have a weapon powerful enough to dispatch bears. Thanks.
I will tell you that I'd be carrying a 12 gauge with slugs and a big handgun if I was camping in bear country. I'll also tell you that with my luck, this would happen right in the middle of when I was changing and completely unprepared. Nothing like a pink wookie running through the woods.
That's my luck as well.