Originally Posted by SubSonicSnipe
Oh wow...haven't quite been in that situation, though I do carry a six shooter with 22 wmr loaded. I know it's legal to carry, but firing would be another thing...that park is so small I'm afraid 100 people would call the cops if I had to use it.
So at that point, I would probably have to call the police and let them know I was attacked by a pig and had to use my firearm!!??
Let em call.
I was riding my bicycle for exercise, through the State park, across the other side of the Saint Johns river.
About 30 hogs sprung up in front of me. I ended up in the middle of them, having cut the herd in half. They were crossing the dirt road I was on.
They are not afraid of people. They will protect their own.
The one hog came back, I guess as security, too help his friends out.
Guess as I did not run or seem too pose a danger. He let me be.
But their is no doubt in my mind. If I walked toward that group. I was in for an ass whipping.
You go down that trail and cut a herd off. Like get caught in the middle of them like I did.
I would very much consider carrying some heavier fire power and more ammo.
Your also in very very serious Easter Diamond Back A.O.. Pygmy rattlers, small and deadly and you cant hear them.
Not trying too ruin your hike or fun.
But I dont walk 10 feet into the swamp across the street from my house, unarmed.
Florida is loaded with things, big and small, that can ruin your day.
Pack a gun and be careful.
I have black bears in my yard every night, that laugh at me if try too chase them.
Looking forward too part II and III. of your video.
Your video is an excellent example, of why long range guns are not a big seller down here.
Once you get 20 feet off the roads down here. Unless you have a tree stand. You cant see but 20 feet.