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Horseback bull with a handgun

Wed, September 21, 2011

On Sept. 16 this hunter was riding his horse into the Bob Marshall Wilderness Area in Montana to meet some friends who were already set up for a week of hunting. When this 325-inch bull walked onto the trail, he couldn’t get his gun out of the scabbard so he pulled his .44 from his holster and dropped it in the trail.

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pistol elk 2

Comments

That Legal????lol

Posted by WhitetailFreak on September 21

The benefits of riding a horse.

Posted by birdchaser on September 21

I’m guessing he got off his horse before shooting.  Could make for an interesing ride.

Posted by Treehugger on September 21

Yeah. The first thing my outfitter told me when I was climbing on my horse last year for a backcountry elk hunt is that shooting from the horse is only done in the movies.

Posted by buckbull on September 22

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