Gives new meaning to the term "GAME WARDEN". ......

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  1. fredball

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  2. iusmc2002

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    Dude was brave, that's for sure!

    Let that be a lesson to you. Don't fark with swings, they'll mess you up lol
     
  3. Caveman Jim

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    BANG. Honey I got dinner!!!!!
     
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    :jawdrop: :jawdrop: :jawdrop: :jawdrop: :jawdrop:
     
  5. Kevinkris

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    maybe inappropriate but accurate, one word... Balls.
     
  6. clearconscience

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    Yeah def takes some stones, but just like ranchers or farmers you working with those animals enough you get to know their mannerisms and movements. And you get a little comfortable with them.
    Take a portland liberal to a farm with a 1600 lbs cow. They would get near it. But after your around them it's basically a HUGE dumb dog. That taste delicious.
    My wife's dad raises cows and the first time i went there I was a little nervous. But after playing with them a bit they are big scared animals.
     
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    Brave, and kind for sure. I want to know why the cameraman didn't help out though.
     
  8. Mark W.

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    The idea of bang dinner while a good idea shows a lack of experience with game animals and meat animals in general. That meat would be nasty tasting with all the adrenalin and lactic acid built up from the stress. I would venture it would be close to inedible.
     
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    Cojones - of the brass kind
     
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    Cattle - not cows.

    And they are big dumb animals.
     
  11. ejmpnu92

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    Yeah, the dude has some brass ones... that is for sure.
    And I have seen farmers and members of my own family do such things.
    My great grandfather was killed by a dairy bull he raised from a calf.
    So, it pays to be cautious... and have a brass pair...
     
  12. Velzey

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    Ive seen this whole video, this bull was so exhausted he actually went and laid down right nearby. There was a small kids wading pool nearby and they filled it with with a bunch of water and he drank it all..Then went and rested abit longer. He had been hung up in it for 12 plus hours..
     
  13. Caveman Jim

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    I made that comment as a joke, I got one sucker to like it though...
     
  14. Ligito

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    He could just as easily have been trampled, or gored.
     
  15. Redcap

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    They are, however, significantly smarter than horses.
     
  16. Michael Js

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    Wow! That did take some balls! Happy to see the positive outcome though!
    thanks for posting! :)
     
  17. TwinStick

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    I would have climbed to the top of the slide and unhooked him from above. Been around a lot of moose before, but that definitely took some guts. A guy at the local hardware store (local was still 12 miles away) was feeding moose one year when I was a kid that we had an expecially bad moose problem in the area. Too many wolves being hunted created too many moose within a couple years.
     
  18. FleshMachine

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    id have tried.. but... given my poor luck.. id have probably gotten eviscerated.
     
  19. ZA_Survivalist

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    Reminds me of the "thorn in the paw" story.
     
  20. teflon97239

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    They call him Tres Cojones.
     

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