They're on the loose a half-hour west of me. .30-06?
(Because, dammit, I don't own a .50-70, that's why.)
One of the hunting chiefs:
Lieutenant Seth Hofman of the Osceola County Sheriff's Office says the buffalo are "really, really fast."
I dunno, Loot. Anything the Indians could catch on a little Appy can't be too swift. But they are big, and you might advise your warriors that while a Glock -- with several charged magazines at the ready -- might eventually put one down, they would be pretty well advised to have a Plan B. Forty-caliber oozing sores get Tatonka heap pissed.
Makes me hungry for some hump meat and boudins.