Friday, October 23, 2015

MT: 9mm Pistol Effective Against Charging Moose

The man was backing down the trail when his feet caught on some cottonwood branches or roots. As he was falling backwards, he drew his 9mm pistol.

“He told me he didn’t remember discharging the pistol,” Berg said. “He shot a whole bunch of times. One shot hit it in the front of the neck, piercing its jugular and esophagus. The moose started to turn and he was still squeezing off shots. He hit it in the side.”

The moose walked off and died about 100 feet away.

The couple called and reported the encounter.

After he looked at the moose tracks and found the empty brass shell casings, Berg said he determined the man had acted in self-defense.

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1 comment:

Wireless.Phil said...

News to me?

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