How many yards away can a 30-06 kill a bear?
1-500 depending on the size of the bear, shot placement and load used.
Most shooters that are killing bears with hounds are shooting their animals at about 20 or 30 feet away, when shooting the bear out of a tree. If shooting a bayed animal it can be 5 feet away. Shooting over bait can be 50 or more feet away. Hunting in the traditional manner, walking thru the woods...will often be measured in yards...100 yards or so. Traditional manner being no hounds, no bait. Each state has… Read More
If a Grizzly Bear is 10' away, your dead no matter what you shoot it with...
no it just keeps them away from u or just for a few minutes
With mind bullets, of course.
A polar bear looks for a young muskox that is away from the group of muskox. If it cannot, the polar bear would usually attack and kill an injured or a weak adult. A polar bear would not attack a healthy muskox.
I'm not quite sure about the 3006, but I know that the longest recorded kill shot with a .308 was at about one and a half miles, possibly more.
You can kill a brown bear but you have to make sure its right in your aim and if its moving then shoot right in front of the bear but if you miss then the bear will run away and you have to goo hunting for a different bear or else you can just follow it but you have to make sure that it doesn't see you when your sneaking up on him.
A man is only able to kill a bear if he has a sharp hunting knife with him, or if he is able to shoot the bear from a distance. Even so, a bear is a force to be reckoned with, no matter what tools a man has in his defense. Definitely. A man can kill a bear with a gun if he is shooting from a far away distance, or if he has a… Read More
Yes, you can, if you are about 10 to 20 yards away
Yes, a brown bear can kill a man, especially if you go close to her cubs, think you are going to take away their food source (which is mainly fish), or do not understand the warning signs to stay away. Respect their territory and habitat; we have taken away so much of their habitat that they will protect what ever is left for them.
400fps can kill a bird from about 10 yards away. I have a 880 powerline daisy It will go through the bird. So ya it can
The therapeutic teddy bear has many mysterious powers, only a few of them are known, these being the power of levitation, more importantly it has the power to kill a yak, from 200 yards away, WITH MIND BULLETS. But more than anything, the therapeutic teddy has the power..... To move you.
yes it can kill a polar bear they grrrrrrrrate
Yes. A spider can kill a bear.
No. A platypus cannot kill a bear. Not only would it not have the claws, teeth or size to kill a bear, but there are no bears in Australia.
No, because a bear is too powerful for a single wolf to kill, but a pack of wolves could kill a grizzly bear.
It will take 20 small dogs to kill a bear, and 5 large dogs to kill a bear.
Yes. A werewolf could kill any type of bear, no matter how big is the bear.
Yes, but it usually goes the other way. When bears have babies, the mother usually chases the father away from them, and will attack him if necessary, because she is worried about what he might do to the cubs.
A elephant would kill the grizzly bear because it can stab the grizzly bear with those tusks. that may be true but also the grizzly bear is moreaggressive and if the elephant gets scared all it can do is charge forward or run away
Yes. A polar bear can kill a person.
Of course it can, if it hits the right area of the bear to kill it.
Yes, a brown bear could kill a lion, but Siberian tigers have been known to attack and kill Siberain brown bears.Siberian tigers have been known to kill smaller females and cubs but they are smart enough to stay away from large males who chase them away from kills and have been known to kill tigers. They are both formidable and more than likely avoid each other but inevitably clash from time to time. As far… Read More
Bigger number wins. Looks like the bear would run away first before anything happens. Answer 2: The three gorillas would kill the bear at the end. A bear, no matter what species, can kill a fully-grown gorilla of any size, since bears are predators while gorillas are not. When the bear fights the three gorillas, the bear swats and kills the first two gorillas, but the other one tears the bear apart with the powerful… Read More
it all depend what arrow and tip you use if you use blunt for you need to fairly close to cleanly kill and where you hit it with a blunt tip 10 yards probaly but thats with a head shot with a broad head probaly 20-25 yards
No. There is no way a bird can kill a bear, especially a pigeon.
he thought that since the bear didn't kill him, why should he kill the bear?
An African lion (assuming that's what the questioner is asking about) lives on an entirely different continent than most bears. Thus, no, a lion cannot kill a bear. Mountain lions also are not able to kill a bear because they would rather avoid an animal that is able to defend itself. A lion can kill a black bear, but will lose to a grizzly bear, kodiak bear, brown bear, or polar bear.
No dog can kill an adult bear one on one. The bear is much too strong, and would crush the dog.
No, leopard seals live in the Antarctic while polar bears are in the Arctic. They never meet.
Yes they can kill a grizzly bear. I think they can kill it because its on your property i guess
The tusks of the walrus could kill the bear, but if the polar bear can get past the tusks it could kill the walrus.
Panther is a generic term that applies to lions, tigers, leopards, snow leopards and jaguars. None of these animals live in the range of the polar bear so they would never meet in nature.
As said below. Bears have been killed with about every firearm made, HOWEVER, the .45 ACP does not have the energy to insure a quick, clean kill- and would be likely to get the shooter killed- by the bear.
No. A silverback gorilla could not kill any type of bear.
Probably not. A bear, no matter what species, can easily kill and eat a gorilla.
No, a mountain lion could not kill an adult grizzly bear.
No. A bear, no matter what species, would easily kill a mountain lion.
No! Lions live in Africa and Asia while polar bears live in the Arctic. They never meet in nature.
No. The black bear would see the deer as an easy prey for it to kill.
If you encounter a polar bear, what happens is up to the bear, since it can outrun you and kill you with a single swipe of its massive paw. Whatever you do, don't try to sing 'Sweet Home Alabama' to the bear. All bears hate that. Last answer (just as valid): The polar bear would shatter you to pieces if you do not run away from it, especially when the polar bear is hungry or… Read More
The question is completely unrealistic and illogical. Black bears are not pack-oriented animals like dogs, wolves and lions are, and thus will not work together to bring a polar bear down. They will more often choose to fight each other or run away than attack and attempt to kill a large animal like a polar bear.
Not an adult bear, no.
One akita to kill a bear but sometimes they would send them of in a pair to kill it, a male and female
Yes, humans are animals and we kill bears. Other than us, there are bigger predators which can kill a bear, such as Mountain Lions.
No snake is large enoug to eat a bear, though some spescies of venomous snake could still kill a bear.
In order to kill a black bear in a safe way is to grab a rifle and fire at its head.
It is possible. You need to be very lucky. It would not be my chosen defense. Bear Spray works better. For a firearm I would prefer a 12 g pump shotgun with slugs.
No animal can kill a kodiak bear except a human with a good hunting rifle.
fungus, and mold things like that because the life cycle goes like this lets say a bunny, a leopard, then a bear but no one can kill the bear so fungus jumps in