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Discussion in 'Cop Talk' started by blueiron, Feb 11, 2020.
A salute to Arizona DPS trooper, Brandon Jacquez! .
Good for the trooper! 9mm or bigger gun I wonder? Bulls are tough targets.
Likely a 12 gauge slug.
New Federal .380ACP Punch????
No it must have been a .40S&W. Bull would not have stood a chance.
Im surprised the neighbor didnt have a rifle or shotgun...
10 mm, nothing left but the hooves and horns!
Proper placement a 9mm is plenty. Easy to do on animal eating. A mean one, with injured people.....
Your title wins the interntz today!
The officer's cojones were as big as the bull's that day. He could have gone his merry way to his home but choose to save a stranger's life.
Nah, 10 mm.
ya never know when a big, red, rubber nose and white face paint will come in handy...
Hey, you mess with a bull Trooper, you get the horns, so to speak!
Playing rodeo clown with a already angry bull takes some big brass ones.
I think I would have gone straight to the lethal force and skipped all that distraction stuff.
"I think I would have gone straight to the lethal force and skipped all that distraction stuff."
What?? No de escalation??
I wasn't there, but I believe the distraction was to physically get the bull off the victim. Take the bull out on top of the victim, then you have a very difficult situation trying to move it. Better to let it move itself...
According to Wiki they carry 870's.
Self sacrifice is what made this so brave. I’m sure if he coulda just shot it over the fence, he would have.
a couple of 1 3/4 oz rifled slugs would get it done! Better than a 5.56mm for sure in that situation.