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Now we know what a bear does in the woods-135 views
BillPinnellandskulls.jpg
Bear vs Hunter... no winner-587 views
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grizzley-01.jpg
Monster Grizzly 1/2-1057 viewsThe attached pictures show an Alaskan Forest Service employee who was deer hunting when a world record Griz, charged him from about 50
yards away. He unloaded his 7mm Mag semi-auto into the charging bear.
Fortunately, it dropped a few feet from him. Still being alive, this kid
reloads and caps the bear in the head.

For the book, the bear was over 1,600 lbs. and 12' 6" at the shoulder, and
could likely look over the roof line of an average single story house
when on it's hind legs.

This world record Griz was kept by the Forest Service; it is suspected this
bear had previously killed a couple of other less prepared humans.
grizzleypaw.jpg
Monster Grizzly 2/2-1124 viewsMonster Grizzly 2/2-1 views
The attached pictures show an Alaskan Forest Service employee who was deer
hunting when a world record Griz, charged him from about 50
yards away. He unloaded his 7mm Mag semi-auto into the charging bear.
Fortunately, it dropped a few feet from him. Still being alive, this kid
reloads and caps the bear in the head.

For the book, the bear was over 1,600 lbs. and 12' 6" at the shoulder, and
could likely look over the roof line of an average single story house
when on it's hind legs.
This world record Griz was kept by the Forest Service; it is suspected this
bear had previously killed a couple of other less prepared humans.
hancockcountygabear.jpeg
128 views
juniorsbear.jpeg
Dan JR 1st bear...-116 viewsWounded bear that attacked while tracking. 2 shots from JR's 12 Ga. shotgun stopped him at point blank.
moreusefulthancamera11-1.jpeg
so true-205 views
normal_105_2259.jpeg
MN public land bear...-109 views
normal_400poundbear.jpeg
Wisc. archery bear-99 views
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