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    Anybody else see the story on CNN.com about the fellow who ran out to save his dog from a bear attack and became the focus of the attack himself? Wife grabs shotgun but doesn't know how to load of shoot it so whacks the bear with it (my kind of woman except mine knows how to shoot) and saves hubby and dog. Pretty cool story.
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    Right here in WI. Scary but great story.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Labs R Us View Post
    Right here in WI. Scary but great story.
    I'd encourage men everywhere to teach their wives, girlfriends, female friends, etc. how to shoot. It could come in handy and they might want to go duck hunting. Next they get a retriever, etc. and life is good.

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