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It was September, 2021, when Sam Kezar and his friend, Jarred, went to #wyoming , just outside the Yellowstone National Park for some elk #hunting The two of them were experienced hunters, and they knew how to get what they wanted. They also knew they were hunting in bear country, so safety was a top priority to both of them. In fact, that was part of the reason Jarred was there in the first place – to provide aid in the eventuality of a bear attack. This doesn’t mean Kezar wasn’t very well prepared on his own. As it turned out, the opposite was quite true, but no one should ever refuse any additional safety measure. #grizzlybear Sources: 🤍 🤍 🤍
Learn how to survive a bear attack and defend yourself from a black bear or grizzly bear. Know your self defense options and how to prepare for bear country whether you are hiking, camping, backpacking or hunting. Dan Pickar (IG 🤍danpickar) tests bear spray and shows how to use it properly. He also simulates a bear charge and tries to shoot a moving target with different types of firearms. SAVE 20% on BLACK RIFLE Coffee USE CODE: BRCC-HUNT20 🤍 Learn how to stay safe in bear country by properly hanging food, handling a big game carcass and more in this playlist: 🤍 Learn how to survive hypothermia without a fire! 🤍 Dan goes bow hunting elk in the heart of grizzly bear country: 🤍 Tag along on a spot and stalk black bear bow hunt in Wyoming: 🤍 Eastmans' subscriber Bob Legasa returns to hunting after surviving a grizzly bear attack: 🤍 Subscribe to our channel for more hunting videos, gear reviews and tips! Tap the bell to get notifications and we'll let you know every time we drop a new video each week! #howto #survive #eastmanshuntingjournals - Join Eastmans’ Social Media Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍eastmanshuntingjournals Eastmans’ Blog: 🤍 Eastmans’ Forum: 🤍 Shop: 🤍 Eastmans' TagHub the ultimate hunting research tool: 🤍
Are you searching for the best bear gun for self defense with no luck? Here are the top 6 best bear guns for self defense in 2022! Shotguns ✅ 1. Remington 870 Express ✅ 2. Mossberg Model 500 Rifles ✅ 3. Ruger American Predator ✅ 4. Marlin 1895 Guide Pistols ✅ 5. Ruger Super Redhawk Alaskan ✅ 6. Glock 20 ►Disclaimer◄ Some of the footage used in this video is not original content produced by MadMan Review. Portions of stock footage of products was gathered from multiple sources including, manufactures, fellow creators and various other sources. If something belongs to you, and you want it to be removed, please do not hesitate to contact us at paynecaitly[at]gmail.com
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When a Canadian family noticed a group of bears on their property, the father attempted to scare them off by firing a warning shot into the air. Unfortunately, this provoked the mother bear, who charged. Amazingly, the man was able to fire off his last shot, momentarily knocking the beast off her feet and giving him enough time to make it back to safety. He later tracked the bear family, and believes while the mama bear is sore, she's okay. #bears #bear #Canada The New York Post is your source for breaking news, news about New York, sports, business, entertainment, opinion, real estate, culture, fashion, and more. Catch the latest news and gossip here: 🤍 Follow The New York Post on: Twitter - 🤍 Facebook - 🤍
Montana elk hunter Todd Orr records himself after sustaining serious injuries from not one, but two, grizzly bear attacks.
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Ever wonder how effective Bear Spray, Bear Bangers and a 12 gauge shotgun are at any meaningful distance? In this video I attempt to inform as well as demonstrate the various lethal and non-lethal options for defending yourself against bear attacks while out in the wilderness. #beardefence #bearspray #bearspraydemo how to defend yourself from a bear attack, how to protect yourself from bears, how to use bear spray, how to safely use bear spray, what ammo do I use to scare off bears, shotgun demonstration, shotgun demonstration for bear defence, how to use a shotgun for bear defence, non-lethal bear safety, non-lethal bear protection, how to protect yourself from bears without killing them, best bear safety practices, how to stay safe while hiking in bear country, best ways to protect yourself from bears, how to use a bear banger, what is a bear banger, where do I get a bear banger, what does a bear banger sound like, what does a bear banger look like, how do I use a bear banger, what should I take hiking to protect myself from bears, best bear protection methods, bear spray best practices, how to safely use bear spray, when to use bear spray, best distance to use bear spray, how to defend yourself from bears in a humane way, humane bear defence, best humane bear defence methods, how to scare a bear away, how to scare a bear away on a hiking trail, how to stay safe when back country hiking, how to stay safe when back country camping, back country bear protection, how to protect yourself from bears in the back country, how to protect yourself from a bear in close quarters, what to do when a bear comes after you, what to do when a bear tries to attack you, how to prevent a bear attack, how to keep a bear from attacking you, how to protect yourself from a bear attack without killing the bear, how to protect yourself from grizzly bears, how to protect yourself from black bears, how to protect yourself from brown bears, how to protect yourself from bears in Canada, which bear defence methods are legal in Canada, how to prevent bear attacks in Canada, how to use bear spray in Canada, where to get bear spray in Canada, what is the best way to protect yourself from bears in Canada, which bear protection is allowed in Canada, how to protect yourself from a bear in Canada's National Parks, bear protection in Canada, how can i protect myself from a bear without using a gun, how can i protect myself from a bear using a gun without shooting it, how to fire a warning shot to deter a bear, ammo to use for firing a warning shot, how effective is shotgun ammo to deter a bear, how effective is shotgun ammo for bear protection, bear protection in Canada, legal bear protection in Canada, how to protect yourself from a bear without killing it, how to protect yourself from a bear without killing the bear, how to protect yourself from a bear without a gun, how to protect yourself form a bear on a trail, how to protect yourself from a bear in the back country, how to protect yourself from a bear while camping, how to protect yourself from a bear while hiking, how to protect yourself from a bear in the forest, how to protect yourself from a bear in the mountains, how to protect yourself from a bear in Banff, ways to ward off a bear without a gun, how to ward of a bear without a gun, how to ward off a bear without using a gun, how to protect yourself from a bear without a firearm, how to protect yourself from a bear with a firearm, the right firearm for bear protection, the best firearm to use for bear protection, the best firearm to use to protect yourself from a bear, which trails are you allowed to carry a gun on in Canada, bear spray tutorial, bear spray demonstration, bear spray for dummies, basic bear spray instructions, basic bear spray demo, how to easily use bear spray, who can use bear spray, how to get bear spray, where to carry bear spray, where should I carry my bear spray, when should I carry bear spray, is bear spray worth it, is bear spray effective, does bear spray protect me from bears
🤍 In this video, I am guiding a group that is watching a sow with spring cubs from a safe distance, From behind us walking up the creek bed, heading our direction comes this sub-adult bear. We let the bear know we are there from the get-go, and the bear chooses to approach us curiously. At this point, I remember I loaned my bear spray to our apprentice guide who has it in his coat pocket. In a situation like this, there is no time to be scrambling to get bear spray out of a bag or to hand it off to someone else. It is in hand or it's out of play. We did not have bear spray out and available. I made do with the two best bear deterrents available to me: my voice, and my body. It is important to recognize this bear's behavior for what it is: a very curious approach to a previously unencountered stimulus. I say unencountered because of the incredibly remote location where this occurred, and the fact this is a young bear perhaps on its first or second summer away from its mother. Likely we are the first people it has ever encountered on its own, thus leading to a confrontation that because of proximity could have turned deadly for the bear and us in a split second. So, while I would have loved to have had bear spray in my hand when this bear approached, I did not, and even if I had, I still would have had my gun out and in my hand in case the bear charges and goes through the cloud of spray, which is an unlikely scenario but still possible, and thus still something you should be prepared for. Had I had bear spray in my hand I would have been well within my rights to spray the bear on that first bluff charge 0:38 and that could possibly form a negative association with humans as a result, which for a young curious bear like this one might have been a good thing. However, because of my experience with bears like this in the past, and over a decade of guiding experience, I knew based on the body language of this bear that the first charge was likely a bluff. I still would have liked to have bear spray, but again you can't be prepared for everything and everyone makes mistakes. In these split seconds, I am thinking about all of these things and more, including what happens in a worst-case scenario and I have to make the best with what I have which is my voice, my body, my group, and my pistol. At 0:50 you hear me tell everyone to, "get behind me and put your arms in the air" this is pretty standard procedure for this situation and the only move left to discourage a real charge, short of firing my .44SW. The reason I placed the group behind me is that if that bear charges I am the only person with any hope of stopping it, meaning I need to be in front, facing that risk head-on with nothing and no one impeding my movements. If a bear charges with intent to kill, you only get one shot to stop it before it grabs someone at this distance. The reason I didn't fire my .44SW is twofold. First I honestly didn't and still don't KNOW how this bear would have reacted. It could have run off or the gunshot could have also CAUSED a real charge, and secondly because if the bear grabs ahold of me I want every bullet. In this video, I am carrying an S&W Model 29, 44 mag, with 305 Gr HSM Bear loads producing 1075 foot pounds energy. My job as a guide is to keep my group safe and to avoid encounters like this. However, sometimes life and wild animals happen and in those situations, things aren't going to be perfect and you have to be able to work with what you have. I have never had to shoot a bear, and in ten years of guiding bears, I have only had to use bear spray once in the field. The goal of a guide is to avoid situations where such tools become necessary and know what to do when they do. Here is a link from an article published on my father and me in our area, 🤍
I talk about some things I have done with my Mossberg Model 500 to make it better for bear defense.
Most folks think that bear defense revolves around one age-old debate: pistol versus bear spray. MeatEater's Clay Newcomb, a long time bear man, has always wanted to go deeper and figure out what he can do better in the bear woods. So, Clay sets off to interview Todd Orr, who was mauled twice by a sow grizzly, and then hits the pistol range to be trained by a professional handgun instructor. He also seeks advice about bear safety from a Montana Fish and Wildlife bear technician who's handled hundreds of bear conflicts and, lastly, puts his bear spray to the test in a mock bear-charge simulation. Will Clay come away for the answers he's looking for? #tauruspartner Presented by 🤍taurusfirearms Check out the Bear Grease podcast for more from Clay every Wednesday: 🤍 #meateater #fueledbynature Watch full MeatEater episodes here: 🤍 Shop our Merch Store: 🤍 Follow us: Web: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍
Do you know how to survive a bear charge in an attack? Grizzly bears and black bears are both dangerous. Outdoor enthusiast and hunter Dan Pickar has experienced charges from both types of bears. He puts his skills to the test with a simulated, head-on bear charge. Watch Dan's FULL VIDEO on how to SURVIVE A BEAR ATTACK here: 🤍 Survive HYPOTHERMIA with NO FIRE!: 🤍 Catch up on all of our Beyond the Grid videos here: 🤍 Subscribe to our channel for more hunting videos, gear reviews and tips! Tap the bell to get notifications and we'll let you know every time we drop a new video each week! #howto #survive #eastmanshuntingjournals - Eastmans' TagHub the ultimate hunting research tool: 🤍 Join Eastmans’ Social Media Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍eastmanshuntingjournals Eastmans’ Blog: 🤍 Eastmans’ Forum: 🤍 Shop: 🤍
Ashley Benefield, a former swimsuit model and ballerina was charged with murdering her husband and father of her child, Doug Benefield on September 27th, 2020 in Florida. The pair had met in 2016 at a dinner part during the presidential campaign and just thirteen days later, 24-year-old Ashley married 54-year-old Doug, who had lost his wife nine months earlier. Ashley is set to go on trial in the Summer of 2023 for second-degree murder and is currently out on bond (after she spent two weeks in jail). 00:01:40 When will this case go to trial? 00:03:40 What happened in 2015? 00:05:18 Doug and Ashley got married 13 days after they met 00:09:33 Doug told almost no-one about the wedding 00:10:25 Ashley wanted to launch her own dance company, Doug helped make it happen 00:12:05 Ashley got pregnant 00:14:45 Ashley moved to stay with her mom during her pregnancy 00:16:12 Ashley's note 00:18:10 Ashley accused Doug of poisoning her 00:20:20 Ashley and her baby had hyperbaric chamber treatments 00:23:33 What happened to the ballet company? 00:26:30 Ashley was wearing an engagement ring in August of 2019? 00:30:35 What happened on the day of the murder? 00:37:15 When was Ashley arrested and where is she now? 00:42:18 Document time! Affidavit, arrest, charge 00:51:51 Evathefreakindiva on TikTok 00:55:06 Eva tells her story 01:16:10 Eva's t-shirts 🤍 01:26:50 Ashley files for a "Stand Your Ground" motion to dismiss the case 01:35:38 Portland, Oregon and Ohio concerning cases 01:36:27 Outro Vanity Fair article: 🤍 Eva's TikTok: 🤍 The only Grizzly link you need: 🤍 2nd channel for more snark: 🤍 Disclaimer: All Grizzly True Crime content is for adults only and may contain themes that some individuals find triggering, offensive or disturbing. The intent is not to disrespect viewers or any individuals herein. Viewer discretion is advised. This Video is protected under copyright laws and violators will be prosecuted. No redistribution of this content is authorized on any other YouTube content creator's channel or any other platforms at any time without express legal consent or permission from Grizzly True Crime. The views and opinions expressed in this video are personal and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of any other agency, organization, employer, or company. Assumptions made in the analysis are not reflective of the position of any entity other than the creator(s). These views are subject to change, revision, and rethinking at any time and are not to be held in perpetuity. I make no representations as to the accuracy, completeness, correctness, suitability, or validity of any information on this video and will not be liable for any errors, omissions, or delays in this information or any losses injuries, or damages arising from its display or use. All information is provided on an as-is basis. It is the reader’s responsibility to verify their own facts. Sources used to collect this information include various public media/news sites, interviews, social media accounts, and court documents. Stay Safe! Gisela K. #ashleybennefield #blackswantrial #grizzlytruecrime #truecrime #livestream
#Remmington870 #BearDefence #WildernessTravel I’ve had a few questions surrounding the boom stick I use on my wilderness travel expeditions for bear protection. I've been asked what kind protection to bring? what kind of ammo? how do I store it? etc. In this bonus vid, I shot on day 2 of my Yukon adventure I share the answers to these questions. First off, the odds that you're attacked by a bear are very slim but you are better to be safe than sorry. Particularly when travelling alone. On my Yukon adventure, I was totally solo paddling whitewater and portaging through the bush in Grizzly and Black Bear country. In addition to a firearm, I carry a pen launcher armed with a bear banger which are made by TruFlare. I also carry bear spray on my belt. Portaging often takes multiple trips and I don't carry the firearm back and forth with me on every trip. I do make sure to have my banger and spray on me at all times. I've carried my gun back and forth on a long portage once but things were a little dicey that time as we'd just been charged by an angry sow. (I've included links to three of my bear encounter videos below). You can see in one of my bear encounter videos that a bear banger was more effective at scaring off a bear than the warning shot from a high powered rifle. This is because the explosion from the bear banger happened right in the bear's face as opposed to a distance away from it at the rifle's muzzle. The gun of choice for me is a 12 gauge pump-action shotgun and I’ve been using the Remington 870 you see in this vid on almost all my trips since I paddled the Nahanni in 2006. Though high powered rifles such as a 30-06, .338 Win Mag, or 45-70 are effective at defending against bears, I choose the 12 gauge pump because of its versatility. You can equip it with a shorter barrel which will make it more compact and faster to wheel in close range, it can hold five rounds (where permitted), and is versatile. For example, it can shoot 00 Buck Shot or slugs, or you can stagger the rounds, (one round of Buck followed by a slug, followed by a buck). A shotgun is also a better survival choice if you want to hunt small game for food whether planned or as a necessity. This is because it can also fire small game load which is effective at taking rabbits, squirrels, partridge or ducks and you can also load BB shot for goose hunting which could really save you in a pinch. A 1oz .50 cal slug is also capable at downing any North American large game animal at close range. I use .50cal 1oz rifled slugs for bear protection and I use a modified choke in my barrel. Though a rifled choke or a rifled barrel will allow you to fire specific slugs like a sabot slug, and give you more accuracy, you can’t fire shot with such barrels / chokes so I don’t bother with them. I choose a pump and not a semiauto because a pump is more reliable, jams less easily, and I know how to disassemble and reassemble it if I need to fix it. Sometimes your gun will get wet out there and go through some rugged situations on wilderness trips. A semiauto is never recommended in such remote situations. Here's a rundown on how I ready my shotgun for the different situations I face on a wilderness canoe trip..... - At camp: Loaded safety on and I keep it close by. - In the tent: Action open with a shell in it, and a full magazine. - In the canoe & portaging: Fill the magazine, action closed, safety off (no shell chambered) and I store it in a waterproof, floating soft case which I keep open at the end while portaging. Remember: If you're going to bring a firearm with you, make sure that it's not a false sense of security. Make sure that if you need to use it, it's at the ready or else what's the point? Here are links to some of my videos where I've had encounters with bears and how I delt with them. - Bear comes into camp in Northern Quebec: 🤍 - Sow Bear charges us in Labrador: 🤍 - Bears on the portage Trail in Northern Saskatchewan: 🤍 Please subscribe to my channel for more: 🤍 Follow me on Instagram: 🤍 Follow and like my Facebook page: 🤍 Check out my website: https://theadventurer./ca Follow me on Twitter: 🤍 As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. Agawa Gear: 🤍
TOP 10 BEST BEAR DEFENSE GUNS (Shotguns, Handguns & Rifles) Are you looking for the best defense shotgun, pistol and rifle for bear defense of 2021? These are some of the best pistols, shotguns and rifles for bear defense we found so far: ✅1. Remington Model 870 DM ✅2. Smith & Wesson Performance Center 460 XVR revolver ✅3. Henry X Model ✅4. Ruger Redhawk .357 Magnum ✅5. Daniel Defense DD5 AR Rifle ✅6. Ruger American Rifle in 450 Bushmaster ✅7. Winchester Model 70 Alaskan (.375 H&H) ✅8. Marlin 1895 (.450 Marlin) ✅9. Glock 20 (10mm) ✅10. Ruger Super Redhawk In the world of outdoor travel and adventure, contact with the local flora and fauna is pretty much inevitable if you’re outside for long enough. While the vast majority of animals have no interest in hurting humans, there are some animals that will attack when they feel threatened. When most people think of a bear defense firearm, a pump-action shotgun or a rifle that packs a lot of punch probably comes to mind. This makes sense, of course, as pure stopping power goes a long way when you’re trying to stay alive in the face of a charging bear. That being said, there are some handguns out there that can do the job just as well as a shotgun or rifle when in the hands of a trained and practiced shooter. We understand how difficult it can be to find the right firearm for animal self-defense, which is why we’re here to help. So rather than taking your chances on something that might let you down, we’ve put together the following list of the best firearms on the market for animal self-defense available on the market today. If you feel like there’s something we missed or if you have a particular gun that you feel it’s more suitable bear defense, please drop us a line in the comments section so we can check it out. If you found this video valuable, give it a like. If you know someone who needs to see it, share it. Leave a comment below with your thoughts. AND PLEASE SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE: 🤍 Follow us on Social Media: ✔Twitter: 🤍 ✔Facebook: 🤍 ✔Blog: 🤍 #beardefense #handguns #shotgun #rifle #selfdefense best bear defense shotgun, best bear defense handgun, best bear defense rifle, best guns for bear defense 2021, best bear defense guns 2021, best animal defense pistol 2021.
This is a interview with an author name Anthony Molina who has written a book titled, "Handgun Selection For Grizzly Bear Defense. His book is available for purchase at this link. 🤍 This is NOT an affiliate link. It is posted as a resource for listeners to purchase an excellent resource which will help those of us who want to be as safe as possible in bear country.
We settle the debate about which pistol cartridge is best when faced by a charging grizzly—and wreck our hands in the process. With this simple but challenging drill we can evaluate the speed and accuracy of the 10mm vs. .44 mag. Read the full story here: 🤍 Video filmed and edited by Tanner Denton.
This is a basic guide on how to act in Grizzly Bear country and what to do in case of an attack. 50 years worth of experience backs up all statements made in this video. Recorded in 4K resolution at 30 FPS.
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In this sequel to "Bears versus Guns", James revisits his earlier decision to carry a .44 magnum as a grizzly bear defense sidearm in Alaska. This was based, in part, on user comments; after a number of commenters asked James to consider 10mm in the last video, James did additional research on the 10mm handgun as a carry gun in Bear Country. On one hand, 10mm is only about two-thirds as powerful as .44 Magnum, but on the other, the Glock 20SF supplies 16 rounds of 10mm power compared to five or six rounds as in most .44 revolvers. James walks you through his thought process and tells you which gun he selected for camping in the wilderness. ««« GUNS IN THIS VIDEO »»» - Glock 20SF - Smith & Wesson Model 69 Combat - Ruger Super Redhawk Alaskan ««« SPONSORS »»» Please Support Them! They help make our videos possible. Ventura Munitions: 🤍 Offering the best house-rolled ammunition by the case or quarter case, in addition to ammunition from all of the major brands at the best prices. Savage Arms - The Definition of Accuracy: 🤍 Blue Alpha Gear: 🤍 The best EDC/gun belts on the market. ««« PATREON »»» PLEASE check out our Patreon page if you enjoy our program, and consider helping us at TFBTV out! 🤍 Free, exclusive patches that you can't buy, monthly giveaways, AND Blue Alpha Gear is giving away 2 belts per month to TFBTV supporters on Patreon! ««« TFB CHAT ROOM »»» Discord Invite: 🤍 #TFBTV #Guns #10mm ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ SUPPORT US AND WIN FREE GEAR EVERY MONTH ⇐ ⇐ ⇐ TFBTV is viewer supported. We need you. We give away $1,900 in gift certificates to Top Gun Supply and Blue Alpha EVERY SINGLE MONTH to our supporters. You are automatically entered to win as a supporter of TFBTV. How to enter/full official rules are found at tfbtv.gun.team YouTube is not a sponsor of this contest. ⇒ ⇒ ⇒ SUPPORT US AND WIN FREE GEAR EVERY MONTH ⇐ ⇐ ⇐ TFBTV is viewer supported. We need you. We give away $1,900 in gift certificates to Top Gun Supply and Blue Alpha EVERY SINGLE MONTH to our supporters. You are automatically entered to win as a supporter of TFBTV. How to enter/full official rules are found at tfbtv.gun.team YouTube is not a sponsor of this contest.
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Melissa Bachman is in Alaska on Prince of Wales hunting black bear with just her kayak, predator call, and a bow in hand. After spotting a huge black bear on the shore, Melissa gets his attention with her call and bring him running into 18-yards making an incredible throat shot with her bow. For more, visit 🤍
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Top 3 Of The Best Bear Defence Guns In 2022! 3. Smith & Wesson M&P M2.0 (Best pistol) 2. Ruger Super Redhawk Alaskan (Best revolver) 1. Marlin Model 1895 (Best rifle) We have just laid out the top 3 best bear defense guns 2022. In 3rd place is the Smith & Wesson M&P M2.0, our pick for the best pistol bear defense gun. In 2nd place is the Ruger Super Redhawk Alaskan, our pick for the best revolver bear defense fun. In 1st place is the Marlin Model 1895, our pick for the best rifle bear defense gun.
Bear. Read the whole description: Warning: Do not watch this unless you want to watch a bear get killed! This bear ripped a baby moose calf right out of its mother while she was giving birth 2 days prior to this hunt, it was also chasing people at a nearby park and ride a kid got hurt and mauled by this bear a week prior to this hunt. We were asked by ADFW to put our skills to use and despatch this problem bear. We set up a bait nearby and killed the problem bear. The title of this video is for click bait. This is a hunt in Alaska. The footage was used to show how effective a 12 gauge can be. 🤍 Keep in mind this is just a bear hunt, the weapon of choice, just happens to be a 12 gauge with a slug. This bear was eaten and the hide made into a rug. Steve shot the bear, it was filmed and edited by Mike West in 1998. Steve had a goal to shoot a bear and not have it run off, he wanted to have some good sausage made. He wanted a rug. He wanted it filmed. He accomplished all his goals. Keep in mind that while we have active bear baits in Alaska, we keep 4-10 bears occupied eating at our baits instead of them attacking mother moose while they are trying to have their calves. We also keep them from going into town during a low feed time for them. Bait hunting is the best way to tell if your shooting a bear with a good hide, best way to have time to tell if the bear has a cub, best way to tell how big of a bear you're shooting, best way for a beginner to have lots of time to shoot and make it count.
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The video was filmed by Leon Lorenz on 14 June, 2010. Lorenz originally filmed grizzlys without carrying a pistol. His mother insisted that he start carrying a .44 magnum a decade earlier. The cause and the effect of the .44 shot is obvious in the video. It dispels the notion that pistols are useless as a defense against bears. There are over a dozen cases where pistols have been used to stop bear attacks. I have been unable to document one case where the pistol failed to stop the attack or drive off the bear. Check us out on other platforms: Facebook: 🤍 MeWe 🤍 Gab: 🤍 Rumble: 🤍
Testing some high pressure 9mm hollow point defensive ammo using the Sig Sauer P365! Are they worth the extra cost? Join this channel to become a member of The Range Gang: 🤍 *I am not promoting, nor do I have any affiliation with, any of the retailers or manufacturers shown in this video.* *All shooting is performed on a private, closed range on private property under controlled situations. Do not attempt any activities shown in the videos on this channel* *No firearms or ammunition are offered for sale in this video or video description. There are no links provided to sites where firearms or ammunition are available for sale.* Amazon Affiliate Storefront: 🤍
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Top 10 Bear Defense Guns That Could Save Your Life Are you looking for the best defense guns for bear defense of 2022? These are some of the best pistols and shotguns for bear defense we found so far! For anyone who’s planning a trip out into the bear country, one of the best bear defense guns will give peace of mind to you, your friends, or your family. Luckily, most bears usually do not want any trouble and will leave the area as soon as they detect you. However, this is not always the case and you should be prepared to defend yourself if you get in a tight situation. A good bear gun should be a part of your defense plan. Choosing a firearm that has enough power to stop a bear in its tracks is a wise decision.We’re going to go over a number of shotguns and pistols, for protecting yourself and your loved ones from bears, whether you’re out hunting or just happen to live in a place where you’re likely to run across a grumpy Grizzly. Therefore, we’ve put together our 5=6 best choice bear defense guns of 2022 that we could find on the market today. And, we’ve made sure they fit good criteria to cope with a surprise bear attack. So, let’s take a look at the best bear defense guns currently available and find the perfect one for you… Remember: even the biggest and most powerful bear-defense guns aren't guaranteed to stop a charging bear if you don't make a good shot. By the same token, even a smaller handgun will get the job done with good shot placements, good bullets, and a little luck. If you found this video valuable, give it a like. If you know someone who needs to see it, share it. Leave a comment below with your thoughts. AND PLEASE SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE: 🤍 Follow us on Social Media: ✔Twitter: 🤍 ✔Facebook: 🤍 ✔Blog: 🤍 #beardefense #handguns #shotgun #rifle #selfdefense best bear defense shotgun 2022, best bear defense handgun 2022, best guns for bear defense 2022, best bear defense guns 2022, best bear defense pistol 2022.
In this tip, hunter and backcountry hiker Dan Pickar discusses the advantages and disadvantages of using bear spray or a pistol for defense when hiking, camping or hunting in grizzly bear country. Each tool has benefits depending on the situation. What is your preference? Leave a comment below. Subscribe to this channel for more outdoor and hunting tips. Tap the bell to get notifications and never miss a new video! What attracts a bear? Find out more: 🤍 Learn more about how to recreate in bear country: 🤍 Tag along on Dan's wilderness bow hunt in grizzly country next:🤍 Eastmans' subscriber and grizzly attack survivor Bob Legasa returns to the woods to bow hunt elk again: 🤍 To read more about precautions to take when hunting in bear country pick the 2018 June/July issue of EASTMANS' HUNTING JOURNAL. #tip #grizzlybear #eastmanshuntingjournals - Join Eastmans’ Social Media Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍eastmanshuntingjournals Eastmans’ Blog: 🤍 Eastmans’ Forum: 🤍 Shop: 🤍 Check out Eastmans' TagHub the ultimate hunting research tool! It's digital, customizable with over 500,000 data points: 🤍 🤍 🤍
6 Bear Encounters That Will Leave You Shook Make sure to like and subscribe for more creepy animal encounter compilation videos! Thanks for watching and I'll see you in the next one! SUBSCRIBE NOW: 🤍 SECOND CHANNEL: 🤍 Watch the FULL bear encounters playlist: 🤍 Credit to the owners of these clips: #6: 🤍 #5: 🤍 #4: 🤍 #3: 🤍 #2: 🤍 #1: 🤍 In this compilation video, we go over multiple clips from bear attacks, encounters and even charges. What makes these ''caught on camera'' moments so scary is the fact that they were filmed in remote areas like a forest, national parks, alaska, russia and canada. We feature a clip where a sees a grizzly bear under his porch, two hunters encounter a black bear climbing up their tree stand, a black bear charges a tourists, friends in alaska encounter two young grizzly bears, and a group of hunters are charged by a black bear. Encounters with black bears, brown bears and even kodiak bears are actually way more common than you might think. They often happen to people who are hiking, camping, mountain biking or even hunting. It just turns out that some of them were lucky enough to capture footage of these near death experiences that almost went wrong on camera and go pro. This leads to some very creepy videos. Thankfully, many people on hikes carry bear spray, which prevents their bear encounter from turning into ''gone wrong'' viral moments. Get ready, because these bear vs man moments that could easily be considered near death experiences are sure to give you the chills. Background music by CO.AG Music, Marc v/d Meulen (bandcamp.com) and Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) DISCLAIMER: All materials in these videos are used for entertainment purposes and fall within the guidelines of fair use. No copyright infringement intended. If you are, or represent, the copyright owner of materials used in this video, and have an issue with the use of said material, please send an email to clawsforbusiness🤍gmail.com.
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