Montana Bowhunters Reportedly Kill Grizzly Bear In Self-Defense
September 09, 2011
While most bowhunters prefer to do their hunting with stick and string, two Montana bowhunters are probably thankful that they were packing heat in the form of a sidearm.
The Bozeman Daily Chronicle and Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks are reporting that two bowhunters hunting for elk in the Gravelly Mountains shot and killed a sow grizzly with a handgun when the big bruin reportedly charged the pair. Two large cubs, believed to be near two years old, were with the sow.
Montana law allows for a self-defense shooting of a grizzly in certain situations, including protecting one's life, another person, or domestic dog.
For the more on this shooting, please visit the Bozeman Daily Chronicle.