Recently, while going to my favorite “catch and release” fishing hole I was attacked by a gang of deer. By the time they finished I was barely alive. I suffered lacerations, contusions and a concussion along with extreme embarrassment.
Two weeks later, it happened again except this dangle of deer were extremely violent with puncturing weapons more than 8” long, enough to kill a man.
I’d had enough. I didn’t know if I’d survive another attack from these vicious creatures that attacked from the stealth of the forest. So, I did the natural thing. I bought a gun. Two. First, I purchased a Remington Sendero SF II with the heavy 26-inch barrel outfitted with a Nikon Monarch-7 2.5-10x50mm scope.
First, I purchased a Remington Sendero SF II with the heavy 26-inch barrel outfitted with a Nikon Monarch-7 2.5-10x50mm scope. My first plan was to take out the leaders one by one while I lay in wait for them and blow their brains out at their favorite watering holes. Without their leaders, the gangs would be easy pickings.
I also purchased an AK-47 semi-automatic rifle with a 30 round clip. Deer have been known to attack in waves leaving nothing standing similar to a wildlife scorched earth policy. So, if surrounded, I can take as many of them with me before I go.
Entering the New Year, I have resolved that I will not go into the woods without heavy armament.