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Coyote Attacks Dogs I Shoot With Glock 26

Coyote Attacks Dogs I Shoot With Glock 26

Why do some people regularly carry firearms in the country? Wranglestar, on YouTube, shows why. A large, brazen coyote attacked his two dogs, one of whom was a 150 lb. Pyrenees. What if it was your child, instead of the dogs? Will you call 911 and wait for help?

From the video description:

A coyote attacked my two dogs this morning. I ran to assist, pulled my Glock 26 and shot the coyote. Will follow the blood trail and try to locate the carcass.

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Shorty Dawkins



  1. Yep. I’ve dispatched many a rattlesnake or copperhead, and a few members of a pack of feral dogs who thought to make a meal of my new-born foals. For most of us country folk, a firearm is a tool no different than the pickup truck, shovel or electric drill. Thanks for sharing the video with us.

  2. Just another example that we need firearms. We are just safer and that’s it. I am glad that a couple of years ago I’ve finally decided to buy smith and wesson (there was a threat on my life) and I just feel much, much safer.

  3. I live in Mesa, Az (800,000 people) and last month a coyote grabbed a little dog, leash and all, away from an old lady who was walking him in the dog park. They never found the dog or leash. Predators live wherever there is a food source not just in the country.

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