Discussion in 'Videos and Podcasts' started by K9ROB, Jun 20, 2021.
What were you worried about, can't you outrun your wife? You don't need to be faster than the bear, only not the slowest person in your party.
We have a lot of black bears around here (as in regular sightings within a mile of my house). They're generally of no concern, I've chased off the last few I've come across by yelling at them. I buy a bear tag each year, but can't seem to find the bears when I have the tag and a rifle, only when I'm doing SOTA or just hiking.
Was that Kimber's new snubnose?
Neat terrain, we don't have anything like that here in the Appalachians.
I know the east very well, lived out there for years. She is probably faster than I am
Yes Kimber K6s its an amazing backwoods piece, .357 Mag high penetration rounds in it. Happy this one was a black bear and not a Griz, im sure that is just a matter of time. Thanks for watching!
Glad the dog did not go after the bear (I think it was on a leash?)
There is a lesson for everyone in this video: Be prepared!
What happens if you encounter a bear? (notice the pistol and the bear mace were handy. GREAT JOB, Rob!)
For everyone else: what happens in case of snake bite? Dog injury? Slip/trip/fall?
Follow the scout motto: be prepared. No need to ruck in 50 kg of stuff, but don't be the person who gets into trouble with no way to get out of it.
From previous videos I have seen, I know Rob also has an emergency satellite communications device to call for help. That's the mother-of-all-backup-plans and is really good preparation.
Thank you for watching! Yes I stay prepared, you are not kidding about the snake issue. We had a close friend get bit last year, he survived but with serious muscular damage. I could not agree more that a satellite communication device with SOS button is absolutely crucial!
Don't poke the bear, it never ends well, just say'n.
I have black bears come in the yard often. A couple of weeks ago a neighbor came over to tell my wife there was a good sized one wondering in our direction at 10 AM. We never take bear sightings lightly either, especially if there's a cub.
Love the profile pic, seems like you have experience with wildlife for sure. Hoping the bears are done for the season for me =] Summit tomorrow =]
I’ve said it before “What a beautiful country” great video Robert! So glad it all ended well.
Thank you again so much for the kind words and taking time to watch. 73 K9ROB