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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by rick49, Mar 29, 2016.
First gators, then pythons and now pigs...?
You would have thought all those gators and snakes would have eaten most everything not fenced in...
From all I've ever heard or read pigs are both tough and smart! Hard to get rid of!
Sounds like a job for a suppressor and a BBQ!
If there any thing like the pigs in Hawaii they BBQ real tasty.
Nothin' Mr Weber can't fix!
No doubt someone has named them all and you would "Burn In Hell" for shooting one.
Just make a smaller version of this. Pork for all your neighbors.
Now that's cool
Ya, pig in a poke.
Sorry but if dinner walks into my backyard I am going to harvest it. We found out a Doe walked between our house and the neighbors. I told the neighbor gal if she sees it again let me know I'll kill it butcher it and share with them. SHe said you can't shoot a deer in town.
I laughed and told her not a problem at under 20 ft I could easily drop it with my 20oz framing hammer. I can throw a baseball 75 miles an hour pretty sure a 20oz straight claw framing hammer with a long fiberglass handle would do a number on a 90lb doe at 75mph.
My father in law who is Oklahoma has heard of this contraption and says pigs are in his deer lease area. He asked if I would be willing to come down and if I had had something that would reach out to 400 yds with some certainty. I replied would 6.5 creedmoor with a Nightforce Atacker work?
We are planning a trip.
You can still throw a ball 75mph? You gotta be juicing!
Maybe this is a country boys plan to ban refugees?
See ya people! I am moving to Florida!
These guys have it figured out.
BACON! Yup hogs are big problem. Seen a vid of a guy killing some smallish ones with a 204Ruger but that might be tough on one of those big Russian boars. They might just eat the Jeep!!!
We hunted a ranch over in Wamic years ago, and the rancher said there was some feral hogs up in one area and to pile them up if we saw any. They absolutely tore the sh*t out of the fields, pastures anywhere. One old 400 pound sow made a run at me and I dumped 3 .30-.30 rounds in that pig before she dropped. Farmer came up and took her in, made sausage out of her, pretty decent eating.
Really would have had preferred to have a .308, but the old man thought I needed to learn how to hunt deer and elk with that old Model 94 and make good shot placement. That saddle gun piled up a lot of meat over the years.
I love that "Falling Trap". The ones you don't catch, you chop in half.