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Texas Governor uses hollow points on a coyote on his moring jog

 
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LOL hes afraid of snakes so he carries a gun? what a chicken shit.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 954869

You obviously don't know anything about snakes. We aren't talking garter snakes here. We're talking BIG rattle snakes, water moccasins, copperheads, and all the other snakes indigenous to Texas. Poisonous and DEADLY. Nothing chicken shit about it. You must be a city-slicker.
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Wow he shot a big dog that runs from humans whata hero!


whatever


Really. What f**cking asshole.
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Coyote's are not just big dogs. They are mostly a medium sized canine. I used to be a coyote fan before several in this area killed some of the local livestock. Goats, sheep, chickens. Not to mention a couple of cats. They are mostly loners but when the do pack up they are very dangerous because they WILL go after bigger prey.

Have you ever seen a coyote? I work for our local animal shelter where we trap at least one a week. They are mostly covered in mange and fleas. Not to mention rabies. You would really freak if you seen what "humane" officers do to these "cuddly" critters.

First they trap'em, then they stick a 5 inch needle in there heart,pump it with some nasty drugs, and when the coyote has finally given up on life they pull them out of the cage and cut their little heads off, wrap it up and send it for rabies testing.

Gov just saved a humane officer a whole lot of trouble.


I'm all for the "shoo'em" away tactic until they become agressive and numbered. Then you have a problem. From what the article states it was showing aggression. Not NORMAL behavior. A healthy coyote would have shied away at the first scent of a man. PERIOD.

If your gonna be a bleeding heart animal lover at least learn a little about the nature of these "cuddly" creatures..

*eyeroll*
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I wouldn't have anything less in a .380....that's not a potent round at all...probably a lightwieght "pocket gun", but apparently it got the job done. Hollow points are very common and not a BFD at all.
 Quoting: SHR

sanity, how novel. the .40 is the new fiddy.

i liked my .41 magnum. 200gr hollowpoint packed with unique for a smooth sail at under 1000fps. if you think words hit as hard as a fist... and manageable for accuracy.

dance dance dance damned
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Maybe it was justified in self defense, I wasn't there, but killing is never something to be proud of.

Killing should be done only if absolutely necessary, and with a sense of compassion and regret.
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+1
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Maybe coyote season is open year round in Texas? Maybe there shouldn't be an issue with shooting an animal that will kill livestock, pets, and in rare instances, people?

My family has a 665 acre ranch which I've lived on my entire life. Coyotes are common here and are a problem. They have to be controlled.
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Maybe coyote season is open year round in Texas? Maybe there shouldn't be an issue with shooting an animal that will kill livestock, pets, and in rare instances, people?

My family has a 665 acre ranch which I've lived on my entire life. Coyotes are common here and are a problem. They have to be controlled.
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Somebody that gets it.

+1
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Re: Texas Governor uses hollow points on a coyote on his moring jog
B.S. Bilderberg boy is up for re-election... Deborah Medina did a great job of making him look like the effeminate cheerleader he was and is.

I'm sure his security detail had their sights trained on the little fella as well. The stage was set. Perry reaches to the "Ranger" w/ him and takes the .380 from the "Ranger". Perry gets to take the shot. Bingo!! Dead coyote, front page news, mission accomplished. "Ranger" takes gun from the governor, and places it back in his ankle holster.

This is total election year bull. Wake up!


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Wow he shot a big dog that runs from humans whata hero!


whatever


Really. What f**cking asshole.



Coyote's are not just big dogs. They are mostly a medium sized canine. I used to be a coyote fan before several in this area killed some of the local livestock. Goats, sheep, chickens. Not to mention a couple of cats. They are mostly loners but when the do pack up they are very dangerous because they WILL go after bigger prey.

Have you ever seen a coyote? I work for our local animal shelter where we trap at least one a week. They are mostly covered in mange and fleas. Not to mention rabies. You would really freak if you seen what "humane" officers do to these "cuddly" critters.

First they trap'em, then they stick a 5 inch needle in there heart,pump it with some nasty drugs, and when the coyote has finally given up on life they pull them out of the cage and cut their little heads off, wrap it up and send it for rabies testing.

Gov just saved a humane officer a whole lot of trouble.


I'm all for the "shoo'em" away tactic until they become agressive and numbered. Then you have a problem. From what the article states it was showing aggression. Not NORMAL behavior. A healthy coyote would have shied away at the first scent of a man. PERIOD.

If your gonna be a bleeding heart animal lover at least learn a little about the nature of these "cuddly" creatures..

*eyeroll*
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 641220


Yes, I've seen 'em. Lost a kitty to one. My other kitty knows how to avoid them. The coyotes in my area are healthy, thick lush coats and beautiful faces.

You can hear the howling at night and the squeals of delight when they get their prey... food!

If you live on a ranch or farm, then by all means protect your livelihood, with a gun if the problem is out of control. If you happenstance on one or several when out and about just run 'em off. I've done it on two occasions, no gun needed. I'm pretty sure they 'scented' me and they don't run away from just the scent of a human, that's ridiculous. They also don't just attack humans or small critters with their humans.

And just because someone doesn't believe in killing for the sake of the kill doesn't make them a 'bleeding heart animal lover'. That's pointedly ignorant.

I never saw one post here with the word 'cuddly' in it, either. Why is it the folks who are extreme in their love of killing always use underhanded tactics when debating?
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Re: Texas Governor uses hollow points on a coyote on his moring jog
Maybe coyote season is open year round in Texas? Maybe there shouldn't be an issue with shooting an animal that will kill livestock, pets, and in rare instances, people?

My family has a 665 acre ranch which I've lived on my entire life. Coyotes are common here and are a problem. They have to be controlled.


Somebody that gets it.

+1
 Quoting: MustangSally



My dad raises cattle. They are his livelihood. There's no reason to let coyotes run rampant and kill calves. They are also detrimental to baby deer, turkeys, and quail, not to mention domestic poultry.

Cuddly they are not.
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Wow he shot a big dog that runs from humans whata hero!


whatever


Really. What f**cking asshole.



Coyote's are not just big dogs. They are mostly a medium sized canine. I used to be a coyote fan before several in this area killed some of the local livestock. Goats, sheep, chickens. Not to mention a couple of cats. They are mostly loners but when the do pack up they are very dangerous because they WILL go after bigger prey.

Have you ever seen a coyote? I work for our local animal shelter where we trap at least one a week. They are mostly covered in mange and fleas. Not to mention rabies. You would really freak if you seen what "humane" officers do to these "cuddly" critters.

First they trap'em, then they stick a 5 inch needle in there heart,pump it with some nasty drugs, and when the coyote has finally given up on life they pull them out of the cage and cut their little heads off, wrap it up and send it for rabies testing.

Gov just saved a humane officer a whole lot of trouble.


I'm all for the "shoo'em" away tactic until they become agressive and numbered. Then you have a problem. From what the article states it was showing aggression. Not NORMAL behavior. A healthy coyote would have shied away at the first scent of a man. PERIOD.

If your gonna be a bleeding heart animal lover at least learn a little about the nature of these "cuddly" creatures..

*eyeroll*


Yes, I've seen 'em. Lost a kitty to one. My other kitty knows how to avoid them. The coyotes in my area are healthy, thick lush coats and beautiful faces.

You can hear the howling at night and the squeals of delight when they get their prey... food!

If you live on a ranch or farm, then by all means protect your livelihood, with a gun if the problem is out of control. If you happenstance on one or several when out and about just run 'em off. I've done it on two occasions, no gun needed. I'm pretty sure they 'scented' me and they don't run away from just the scent of a human, that's ridiculous. They also don't just attack humans or small critters with their humans.

And just because someone doesn't believe in killing for the sake of the kill doesn't make them a 'bleeding heart animal lover'. That's pointedly ignorant.

I never saw one post here with the word 'cuddly' in it, either. Why is it the folks who are extreme in their love of killing always use underhanded tactics when debating?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 794813



Bingo they don't just attack humans and their dogs. The coyote was sick! If it didn't run away it was sick. I have lived around coyotes my whole life. I have heard them on a kill I used to love the sound of them howling in my back yard when I was a kid. They will run from the scent of a human. I have seen it with my own eyes. While on horseback on my own property. I have NEVER endorsed killing for the sake of killing that's barbaric. I love nature and all of it's creatures. The point of my post was completely lost on you.

Not to mention that the whole damn thing is a farce to begin with. Ole Rick just got a good chance at some PR tactics for the whole gun crowd. It's an election year.
Women that behave rarely make history.

Unfortunately you can't regulate stupid.

If scarcasim is lost on you, then you won't be able to follow my train of thought with a road map and compass.
:tejas:
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Re: Texas Governor uses hollow points on a coyote on his moring jog
Maybe coyote season is open year round in Texas? Maybe there shouldn't be an issue with shooting an animal that will kill livestock, pets, and in rare instances, people?

My family has a 665 acre ranch which I've lived on my entire life. Coyotes are common here and are a problem. They have to be controlled.


Somebody that gets it.

+1
 Quoting: MustangSally



Humans have to be controlled. Nature works just fine.
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Re: Texas Governor uses hollow points on a coyote on his moring jog
Maybe coyote season is open year round in Texas? Maybe there shouldn't be an issue with shooting an animal that will kill livestock, pets, and in rare instances, people?

My family has a 665 acre ranch which I've lived on my entire life. Coyotes are common here and are a problem. They have to be controlled.


Somebody that gets it.

+1



My dad raises cattle. They are his livelihood. There's no reason to let coyotes run rampant and kill calves. They are also detrimental to baby deer, turkeys, and quail, not to mention domestic poultry.

Cuddly they are not.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 880381


We raise rodeo stock, small steers for roping. No one in my family is afraid of one coyote. I have seen lone coyotes many times on our property. It's when they aren't afraid of you or they become numerous that they become a problem.
Women that behave rarely make history.

Unfortunately you can't regulate stupid.

If scarcasim is lost on you, then you won't be able to follow my train of thought with a road map and compass.
:tejas:





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