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Down Range Radio #257: Intervention in a violent encounter

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This week. Michael talks about his week playing Hollywood, how he finally managed to finish his Ruger Rimfire Challenge Limited iron-sighted 10/22 ready to shoot and, finally, how intervention in a violent encounter might not be the best idea.


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One Response to Down Range Radio #257: Intervention in a violent encounter

  1. CR Cobb

    March 23, 2012 at 8:42 am

    I lived on Fort Richardson in the early ’80s. A mother moose and it’s calf spent the winter in the woods about 30 feet behind our house. She chased our neighbor’s dog, which started having accidents in our neighbor’s house.

    We got used to having them around, but sometimes I would step out the front door of our “L”-shaped house expecting the mother and the calf to be just behind the corners of each end of the “L,” which would put me directly in the middle by the time I got to my driveway. Almost makes the hair stand up on the back of my neck. But this does:

    One day I got off the bus, the bus drove off, and a two year old walked up to me and stood four feet in front of me. Its shoulders were as tall as me, so that juvenile towered over me. After a very-long minute, the moose turned and walked away.

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