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  1. #151
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    The GSA would have the footy

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    The phrasing of the thread title bugs me, like it could mean ĎAs a big hairy guy I peed on a dude who asked for ití and none of us clueless old white bros would know that.

    Maybe I should keep my thoughts to myself?

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    Glad for you that you didnít have to kill the guy. Bear Spray seems like it can do the job.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BCMtnHound View Post
    I help with the OHS training for bear spray and encounters, and we always use nitrile gloves. Known silly coworkers who tested their spray in the woods, didnít wash their hands, and then went to the ditchline to drain their main vein. Hilarity for their coworkers ensued!
    We use an inert spray for training. Thereís usually a few cans left over that are great for setting off at unsuspecting coworkers. I usually have at least one stashed under my desk.

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    a local bud offed a bear with a hatchet

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2bjenny View Post
    We use an inert spray for training. Thereís usually a few cans left over that are great for setting off at unsuspecting coworkers. I usually have at least one stashed under my desk.
    With two offices and approx 90 field staff at peak staffing, there are so many unused expired canisters available every year, our tight-fisted corporate supply managers never authorize the purchase of training canisters. And catching a whiff when the wind changes does send the point home that this deterrent ainít a toy. Still get a yahoo or two every time that has to show off however - LOL

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    So you need a 9mm to bike in Teton county, who knew?

    Hope youíre unlicensed at least.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bromontane View Post
    curious if the town drunk uses "bro" "dude" or maybe "chief". Kind of expecting him to be a chief type.
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    I still can't figure out why if the drunk was that drunk he needed to be maced why not just avoid ?

    But if you be carrying mace or a 9mm around all the time would you be itching to us it ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bromontane View Post
    curious if the town drunk uses "bro" "dude" or maybe "chief". Kind of expecting him to be a chief type.
    Nah, he uses the full ďBrotherĒ


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    Quote Originally Posted by digitaldeath View Post
    So you need a 9mm to bike in Teton county, who knew?

    Hope you’re unlicensed at least.
    What's a license?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MakersTeleMark View Post
    What's a license?
    It on the back and sometimes on the front of you vehicle silly. Duh

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenny Satch View Post
    It on the back and sometimes on the front of you vehicle silly. Duh
    Of a road bike? Things must be pretty strict up the tetons.

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    Should have thrown him a tube of Parvo cream, tell him to rub it in his eyes to soothe the burn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MakersTeleMark View Post
    Of a road bike? Things must be pretty strict up the tetons.
    I assumed it was for the gun. My bad

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    Quote Originally Posted by BCMtnHound View Post
    Ya, would still advocate most folk using bear spray if their intention is not already to kill the bear. Any bear hyped on adrenaline is very hard to kill, even if it gets 200grains from a 30cal rifle in the boiler room. Iíve never shot a grizzly, but killed plenty of black bear, both for food and for predatory/garbage habituated issues. It is amazing how stubborn they are to die even with a well placed hunk of lead. Cattle farming neighbours of my father have shot problem griz in the fall during the cattle slaughter, put a rifled slug into the boiler room, the bear goes a several metres more before slowly laying down. 15min later, and that griz will still get up at and take a swipe if you approach. Amazing resilience and stamina. Believe it or not, but years of good data indicates you are more likely to walk away from a charge using bear spray than shooting the angry bruin.
    Is it weird that I imagine this being read in Red Green's voice?

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    Does anyone else here think “I bear sprayed a dude” carries homo-erotic connotations?
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    Quote Originally Posted by idahospud View Post
    Is it weird that I imagine this being read in Red Green's voice?
    If they donít find ya handsome, they should at least find ya handy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by b-bear View Post
    the bear spray is more volume for sure- because it's meant to be used at a further distance (5-10') and there is also a thought that the visual curtain of spray also deters the bear charge to an extent

    if you have bear spray you should try it (outside only- funny about parvo's experience with the guests trying them in room-wtf?)
    you can just do a millisecond spray and get a good idea of how it works and see the dispersement (it's a big spray of orange) and you'll still have plenty for any real bear encounters
    Sorry but no, don't do a short test, ever. All it takes is a grain of the spray to stick in the nozzle and the pressure can/will leak out slowly. Leaving you with 95% of the spray sitting there with no propellant. There's plenty of youtubes and ranger programs on how to use it, but not by a short burst from the can you count on. [/threaddriftrant]
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    yup, my understanding is also that once you crack the canister its gotta be replaced
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    Parvo should expend the rest of the can on Buttah's toilet seat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by digitaldeath View Post
    So you need a 9mm to bike in Teton county, who knew?

    Hope you’re unlicensed at least.
    If you're mpls upscale you get a bunch of dudes from the hood to follow you around with their tec 9's to provide cover fire, whether you need it or not.

    Quote Originally Posted by TBS View Post
    Does anyone else here think “I bear sprayed a dude” carries homo-erotic connotations?
    That totally makes me laugh, but prolly only because I spent a summer in northern glacier park.
    But I guess it'd be a great coming out line...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TBS View Post
    Does anyone else here think ďI bear sprayed a dudeĒ carries homo-erotic connotations?
    Nope, just you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tye 1on View Post
    Sorry but no, don't do a short test, ever. All it takes is a grain of the spray to stick in the nozzle and the pressure can/will leak out slowly. Leaving you with 95% of the spray sitting there with no propellant. . [/threaddriftrant]
    Ah, kinda like when me and my bud working in the wholesale store as youngsters would do Reddi Whips and put them back in the boxes. The liquid cream would ooze out the top and make a mess without the nitrous. Many cases of returns that the boss couldn't understand so a sales guy comes from the distributor. As he's talking to the boss my bud and I are peeking around the corner very worried and he spots us. The look on his face as he realized what was going on was funny. He was cool though and didn't out us,

    Well, that was a bit if thread drift there, but it brought back memories.

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    ^^^ Apropos of nothing. Many years ago a buddy got into an altercation at a campsite in the Beartooths with another guy.

    Other guy pulled a can of Bear Spray and attempted to hose down buddy. Other guy did not take notice of wind direction and was hosed instead.

    As he lay writhing in agony on the ground, buddy stood over him offering to shove the remainder of the can up his ass or down his throat.

    Hilarity ensued.

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