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I believe that is “hawgs” and hogs, but I digress. 220 yards on pig #2 ? Heck of a shot! Did you recover the bullets? Any chance you took a picture or weighed them? At this point, I am guessing boaring ( intentionally spelled ) performance.D
Nice bass and nice pigs.
Diver43 said:Down here not many eat em when that large, unless they are farm escapees that had been cut.But the EATS, its lunch time and you have me salavating over your pictures. FYI Chromebook does not taste good, i started to take a bite.
Those things are nasty looking. Im glad you guys killed them.I carried a lot of elk meat on my back that my Dad shot with a 308win and cup & core bullets. He was knockin' em' down with that rifle for years before I got the bug and took up with him.
Holy crap!!! Your buddy shot my ex.......Mike
". . .nothing but work, work, work all the time" - the Dread Pirate Roberts
I use the Hornady Match .308 168 grain. One of the two bigger hogs dropped and one ran 10 yards like he wasnt hit, the stopped and dropped. I ned to learn how to post pics.
Just a sugggestion- Hunters in Texas are reminded that 10 to 20% of our feral hogs carry Brucellosis. It is necssary to wear protective gloves while processing and change glove ater the hides is removed before processing the meat. And as with any pork - cook well. I dont eat them any more. Shot 6 last Friday. Rancher here dont like them at all. Two similar two the smaller one of these two. Saw 60+ hogs in 5 hours of hunting.
So, bad idea? 😁
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