The ammo being used was Buffalo Bore 9mm +P Outdoorsman 147-grain FN hard-cast. That's 147-grain flying at 1083 fps out of a 4-inch barrel (Glock 19) with 383 ft-lb energy and 23 ft-lb/s momentum. With bears, penetration is everything. That's why the FN hardcast and not a JHP.
Which is exactly the same story as in post #73 and as discussed in the post before yours (post #83). In post #83, I discuss the ammo being used in this case. Try to keep up.
My post wasn't about me, SR7.5, is was about you. You posted exactly the same link that was already posted in this thread. It is not my fault if you blindly post in a thread without reading its content. That's why I posted, try to keep up. As usual, your reply doesn't make much sense other than you are mad that you got called out on your own laziness.Bofh or Barf what ever you call yourself,
This thread and website is not all about you. So you try to keep up!
:lol:We advise the outdoorsman to wear little noisy bells on clothing so as to give advanced warning to any bears that might be close by so you don’t take them by surprise.
We also advise anyone using the out-f-doors to carry “Pepper Spray” with him is case of an encounter with a bear.
Outdoorsmen should also be on the watch for fresh bear activity, and be able to tell the difference between black bear feces and grizzly bear feces. Black bear feces is smaller and contains lots of berries and squirrel fur. Grizzly bear **** has bells in it and smells like pepper.
I think the bear would really be impressed with all that.This is just my personal opinion but I would prefer my 9mm. Just as an example I'll compare it to the 40. There's only about a 1 mm difference in expansion size. So insignificant that doctors can not tell the ballistic difference in would tracks. The smaller 9mm I think has several advantages. The lower weight bullet will have a higher velocity rate and deeper barrier penetration as well as a much higher capacity ability. My 9mm Sig Legion w 20 round mag + 1 in the pipe gives a hell of a lot of fire power. With that said I wouldnt say a higher caliber is a bad choice only not my personal preference
Yep. A lot cheaper too. Thanks for the link.
So much for their credibility."It’s not uncommon for people in self defense situations to inadvertently wound themselves or others."
OOPS!If a bear is charging you better get your azz up a tree.
Once you get up the tree then you'll have plenty of time to waste ammo from up there.