Second varmint for the year!
Well it was a pretty wind day. We had a wind from our 7 and it was variable. The g-hog was working his way down the field toward his hole. We had a hard time tracking him because of the grass height. I sent one its way with no effect at 725yrds. He was on the move so it was hard to get him. We finally saw him standing up next to a fence post. Found out later it was his hole. He was at 648yrds. I let one fly with about .25MOA in left windage nailing the little sucker. My spotter said he dropped, but wasn't sure. After I recovered from recoil I saw him flop and kick. We walked up hoping to find him. Looks like he had a little spunk in him because there was a blood trail directly in his hole. There was blood on the post, and about a 24" radius. So it was terminal, but not immediately fatal. There were some small meat chunks also. That is my longest to date by 20yrds. It was hit with a 300 WSM and 208 A-max hand loads. I figured I may have hit him a little low. I forgot to turn it some MOA after zeroing resulting in a lower shot.
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