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Unread 01-24-2012, 11:25 PM
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hog killing machine

Some of the boys in my area are finding ways to keep the critters under control. Can't say I was excited when I heard about it-after seeing the video, I wanna try it! The "black gun" guys will love it-sound track is decent too!
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    Re: hog killing machine

    Thats why I want to buy an AR.
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    Re: hog killing machine

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    Thats why I want to buy an AR.
    The only other thing you need is a brass catcher(You wouldn't want a hot case going down the
    pilots neck or bouncing around in the cockpit).

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    That's awesome! It's my new bench mark for fun. I just got done building my hog rig... But now I gotta find some one with a helicopter! Any idea what the shooter was using? They seemed to drop a little quicker than they do with a 223.
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    That's awesome! It's my new bench mark for fun. I just got done building my hog rig... But now I gotta find some one with a helicopter! Any idea what the shooter was using? They seemed to drop a little quicker than they do with a 223.
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    Thats an A2 flash hider, not the greatest for recoil reduction. Based on the minimal muzzle movement, 5.56/ .223 is my bet. Maybe ammo difference?
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    Thats an A2 flash hider, not the greatest for recoil reduction. Based on the minimal muzzle movement, 5.56/ .223 is my bet. Maybe ammo difference?
    It might be, just using a good heavy hunting bullet. I'm defintately no hog expert myself. I thought it might be a 6.8SPC or something.
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    OMG what a great video. That would be a hoot.
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