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Greetings everyone,

 

Unless you are a trained survivalist or ranger, there is no way you can know if it is a man eating bear until it is too late. Imagine if the man and people outside the NW Entrance of Yellowstone had a gun last summer when a bear and her three cubs attacked.? The man might still be alive. I say having bear spray with a gun can provide you with the sense of security needed. Fighting off a bear when it is mauling you and hoping it gets bored is not what I call having security. Killing the bear after it has killed a person doesn't bring them back alive even though it will prevent others from being killed. That doesn't help the grieving family whose loved one was killed. I strongly support having the right to carry a gun in National Parks only after you receive proper training for carrying in National Parks because that is way different than carrying in city life aka civilization.

 

Sincerely,

 

Leo 

 

8)  ;)

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