Thanks for answerring my quesstion....So scrub bulls are just feral cattle basically?Scrub Bulls are BIG mean clean skin cattle born wild and weigh over a 1000kg. They will charge without warning or provacation. They usually have massively developed shoulders and are bred from the toughest meanest Bulls out there. Water Buff are said to be like shooting a cow in a paddock (field) compared to these suckers..
Fun story to read Trey. Here's one from Iowa. I was listening to local law enforcement radio traffic several years ago when dispatch requested a deputy sheriff to respond to some escaped bison in back yards,corn fields,etc. I don't recall the number "on the loose", but it was small (say 6 or so). There was a very loooooooooong pause on the radio.here in Kansas, we have bison.... which are quite abit bigger than 1000kg, these guys run about 3000lbs..... a few years back about 50 of them escaped a farm and roamed the country side.... the farmer gave permission to all who saw the bison to shoot them and keep them.... this proved to be qite a bit of fun for those of us who have never hunted anything bigger than a deer.... a taste of DGH if you will....Most of our local boys however had deer rifles, nothin' bigger....(7mm mag, 30'06, 300mag, 270),.... these proved rather innefective against these large creatures and would become proved and charge the shooter if shot w/ these deer rifles.... A neighbor of mine had a 338 magnum elk gun.... He became in great need to dispatch these critters as he was the only one who could...After a few months, tehbison began roaming into the nearby cities, the police could not stop them with any firearm they had... So they contracted a local gun dealer who had several black powder long range "buffalo rifles" made in the 1800's to dispatch these critters..he got em' all...It was arather humourous incident......Bison are quite thick skinned and have very tightly curled thick hair which has almost teh same effect as Kevlar.... it is hard to kill a bison properly....I just figured that killing one bovine is similar to killing another.