Billy Sisson and two fellow elk hunters had stopped for gas
at a Grande Ronde, Oreg., market, when a man witnesses described as
possibly drunk or on drugs approached and started an argument.
After a terse exchange with the hunters, he began threatening the
trio with a revolver. Sisson retrieved his .30-'06 and fired a
single shot, mortally wounding the man; police said he had a lengthy
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