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    I'm not worried. Even a grizzly can recognize tender meat when it sees it. They don't want some old tough meat like us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NVBird'n'Big View Post
    We can't carry while bow hunting in NV, terrible law IMO. Feeling vulnerable in mt. lion country is not a good feeling.
    In Colorado we can carry a sidearm for protection, but it can't be used to finish off an animal if you're bow or muzzleloader hunting.

    You can do it for rifle season though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Hunter View Post
    I'm not worried. Even a grizzly can recognize tender meat when it sees it. They don't want some old tough meat like us.
    OMG ! ROFLMAO ! Man, I have to get off this Forum and get something done ! I still have 2 front loper legs to cut up and some meat to grind ! WTF ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NVBird'n'Big View Post
    We can't carry while bow hunting in NV, terrible law IMO. Feeling vulnerable in mt. lion country is not a good feeling.
    I hear you. Same here in Ca.. And here the kitties are protected... To some extent...

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    Springfield 45 for me. I wouldn't mind a 10mm but I'm not a fan of Glocks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mnhunter View Post
    If I was goign to carry an auto, I might take a look at the Glock 20 10mm. More punch than a .45, and higher capacity, but still only half the mustard of a 44 mag.
    If you ever get a Glock, go on the website Glockstore.com . They sell some great after market parts and Glock factory parts. I think I have them all installed. All reasonably priced and all easially intalled yourself. Gil even has an online video for every part to install. Simple. I started with a 3.5 lb. trigger bar and took of from there. Their shop/range is only 10 mi. from my house. So I don't have to have parts shipped. It can be a candy store for lasor's, lights, etc. so becareful ! I have the night sights and the Glock flashlite on mine. Awesome. Don't need a lasor.
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    I just got a S&W Night Guard 44 mag. I used to carry a Ruger Blackhawk in 41 but wanted something lighter and with more punch.
    Arise... Kill, Eat! - Acts 10:13

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    I normally carry a 1911, we have a few black bears and are starting to get a few lions in the area too. Like a previous poster said, I'm more worried about the 2 legged predators, mostly meth cookers around here. Dogs can be a problem at times too. I did have a confrontation with a bear a few years back while scouting for turkeys, I didn't see a cub but am pretty sure there was one around from the way the bear was acting, she (?) was pi$$ed, huffing, snorting, false charges and between me and the truck. I had a shorty 1911 and was pretty confident I could handle things without getting killed, a little talking and the bear departed without any bloodshed on either side, it sure made me wonder though.

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