The post I was referring to is the one you started about shooting a cow in the head and it didn't die right away. After shooting a cow in the head, there's another step that should be taken to make sure that the cow doesn't suffer anymore than it has to. I learned that at a very young age
A. I wasn't the one shooting the cow
B. I was making a point about 357 SIG
C. Even the ammo manufacturer admitted that their ammo was not suitable to task.
D. The cow was dispatched, finally, with a .45 - the gun I wanted to use to begin with.
E. Total time suffering was measurable in seconds.
F. Bless your heart
G. I'll pray for you
However, since you have been wrong about all your other implications; and provably so - with EXTENSIVE EVIDENCE. Perhaps you do not know of which you speak in THAT subject either? Could it be possible that people who were there might know what they are talking about, and people who apparently like making insinuations about others don't know their posterior from a septic tank about a particular subject?
Of course, I would never insinuate that YOUR recent posts would lead anyone to believe you enjoy insulting and undermining people because you are confused about the aforementioned difference between a posterior and a septic tank.
Please provide evidence that; A. I do not have a gun shop, B. I do not have pretty extensive experience with cattle (I can also provide my old Alabama Rodeo press credentials, my tribal rodeo credentials, and my AJRA press credentials, if farm experience is not enough), C. that you were there when the cow was put down.
Alternately, please provide your website, pictures of your store, pictures of your farm, and a detailed story describing the last time you put a cow down. I'll wait.