Real Hunting-Dingo Lady Dies At 108


The Past is another country-they do things differently there.

Here is a woman for whom shooting and the use of firearms was as natural as breathing.

Hunting was not a sport or a recreation or an optional activity; it was survival -pure and simple.

If you were competent you prospered because your farm and fields were protected from harm.

If not, you starved.

Anyone care to make the connection between the simple example she offered and the 2nd Amendment and RKBA?

Tantalizing excerpt:
Dingo Lady

Peter Morley
August 20, 2009 12:00am
THE woman known as the Dingo Lady has died a month short of her 109th birthday after a life of shooting and trapping wild dogs on her mountain property.

Nellie Bowley killed hundreds of the animals that attacked her cattle, goats and geese on the place near Killarney where she lived until two years ago when she moved into an aged care facility.

Mrs Bowley bagged her first dog when she was 18 and went on to achieve nationwide publicity.

She was in her mid-90s when she shot her last dingo – failing eyesight made it difficult to aim.


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