It wasn't all that long range, but.....

Discussion in 'Hog Hunting' started by dixiejagds, Dec 15, 2011.

  1. dixiejagds

    dixiejagds Active Member

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    it sure was fun. Had a property owner call me and beg for some hog help. Seems the hogs at this facility had moved in and took over the area while the live oaks were dropping. Lots of complaints and concerns from employees who were afraid to walk to their cars at night when hogs were everywhere. I showed up with my supressed sbr ar-15 and mounted a ND3-50 to the side of it. A total of 30 hogs had been seen feeding in the area, I took out 21 the first night and 6 the next. The third night and since then, no hogs. Shot all of them with the 55gr barnes factory ammo. Worked great. Shot through both shoulders of a 200 lb boar. I was impressed with this ammo on hogs.
     
  2. Coy Franks

    Coy Franks Well-Known Member

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    What a night!!! Way to go! How hard was it to get the suppressor? What hoops did you have to jump through and how long did it take. Make and model?

    I know lots of questions...
     

  3. 23wyatt

    23wyatt Member

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    Incredible!!

    That's a lot of hogs in one night!