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The Illusive Hog...

Just got back from being out there 2 full nights trying to hunt this hog down. I hunted for him two weeks before and he no-showed as well. He's too smart for the hog trap and does not show up when I am in the stand. The game cam pics show he is there just about every night between 10 pm to 3 am. The weather has not been good but I'll get him eventually...

Oh yeah I need to get a .22 rifle for the plentiful racoon population out there...
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Thats a big nasty bastard. Snipe some of those coons as well.
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Feel free to borrow my 10/22.

Now that the weather has changed, I believe I'll hunt the way I prefer - with a knife and a zippo.
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Now that the weather has changed, I believe I'll hunt the way I prefer - with a knife and a zippo.
yeah i may have to... thats the hog i was telling you about.

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Thats a big nasty bastard. Snipe some of those coons as well.
Yeah he is... He's every bit of about 375 to 400 lbs...

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He may not be too smart for the trap, it may be that he won't fit in it...

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Heres my hogs problem. And there is usually more then what is in this pic.
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Update: We're finally going to get every other weekend off, starting in a few weeks. If I'm still invited, I'd love to help you guys thin some pork out up there, Cobra. LMK.

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Just got back from being out there 2 full nights trying to hunt this hog down. I hunted for him two weeks before and he no-showed as well. He's too smart for the hog trap and does not show up when I am in the stand. The game cam pics show he is there just about every night between 10 pm to 3 am. The weather has not been good but I'll get him eventually...

Oh yeah I need to get a .22 rifle for the plentiful racoon population out there...
Let me know, Ill take my car and come over, Just waiting on CJ cuz hes a workaholic.

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Well, if it's at the beginning of the month, and Yale can go, I'll do everything I can to get off to come with you guys.
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Just got back from being out there 2 full nights trying to hunt this hog down. I hunted for him two weeks before and he no-showed as well. He's too smart for the hog trap and does not show up when I am in the stand. The game cam pics show he is there just about every night between 10 pm to 3 am. The weather has not been good but I'll get him eventually...

Oh yeah I need to get a .22 rifle for the plentiful racoon population out there...
I seen him at my place on my Sunday morning dove hunt. I thought it was cows sneaking up behind me. One snort in the dark and I was full attention.

I use a sling shot on the coons. Tends not to scare the game off so easily.
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I seen him at my place on my Sunday morning dove hunt. I thought it was cows sneaking up behind me. One snort in the dark and I was full attention.

I use a sling shot on the coons. Tends not to scare the game off so easily.
My stand is 102 yards away from them... I'd have to be Huckleberry Finn if I can hit them with a sling shot! Lol's

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I just ordered a thermal imaging sight; no telling when it will be here. I'd be happy to help you find this big boy once it gets here. I also have some cheaper night vision gear that may do the job.
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My stand is 102 yards away from them... I'd have to be Huckleberry Finn if I can hit them with a sling shot! Lol's
Id walk up to them and give them a little surprise

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Our problem at our place is getting worse...
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Man I have to try this sometime... what are ya'll using to shoot them? I don't have any of the fun stuff that some of you do.. I just have 30/30m 30.06 stuff like that
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Man I have to try this sometime... what are ya'll using to shoot them? I don't have any of the fun stuff that some of you do.. I just have 30/30m 30.06 stuff like that
30.06 is plenty.
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30.06 is plenty.
I've on more than one occasion shot two pigs with one shot with .30-06, the .30-30 would be fine also but wouldn't wanna shoot over 150yrds.
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I use a .50 beowulf and a .454 casul. No animal, even a hog, should suffer.

I popped a boarzilla behind its ear at an off angle (~50 yds facing away). the angle of the shot blew it's forehead out. Imapct made him do an in air somersault. Was dead before he hit the ground.

Had a few solid 30.06 hits run off to die in the bushes where they either passed slowly because i couldn't find them or were now pissed off and wounded - had to put them out of their misery and that just sucks balls. Haven't had a single runner with the .50.

If you wanna be A MAN you can go do a knife hunt. Guides send out their hog dogs and you follow after them with a big ass knife. After that, it's up to you Rambo.
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Disgusting animals. I'd like to blast the piss out of a group of them.

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I use a .50 beowulf and a .454 casul. No animal, even a hog, should suffer.

I popped a boarzilla behind its ear at an off angle (~50 yds facing away). the angle of the shot blew it's forehead out. Imapct made him do an in air somersault. Was dead before he hit the ground.

Had a few solid 30.06 hits run off to die in the bushes where they either passed slowly because i couldn't find them or were now pissed off and wounded - had to put them out of their misery and that just sucks balls. Haven't had a single runner with the .50.

If you wanna be A MAN you can go do a knife hunt. Guides send out their hog dogs and you follow after them with a big ass knife. After that, it's up to you Rambo.
I kill my meat with .22LR its far more fun.

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Speaking of .50 beowulf, what companies make a .50 beowulf AR upper besides Alexander Arms? I have an AR, but I would like something with a better chance than .223 of putting animals down the first time.

I am looking into .50 Boewulf/6.5 Grendel uppers or a Remington 700 in .308 for a hog (feral, not Javelina) and or deer gun.

Just went out on my first "hunt" last weekend and had fun, even though I didn't see any hogs. Probably won't get a license for deer this season, but probably next year.

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Speaking of .50 beowulf, what companies make a .50 beowulf AR upper besides Alexander Arms? I have an AR, but I would like something with a better chance than .223 of putting animals down the first time.

I am looking into .50 Boewulf/6.5 Grendel uppers or a Remington 700 in .308 for a hog (feral, not Javelina) and or deer gun.

Just went out on my first "hunt" last weekend and had fun, even though I didn't see any hogs. Probably won't get a license for deer this season, but probably next year.
Shot placement is where its at with the AR. Which is going to be from the head down to the tip of the shoulders. I've used my 9x18 Makarov and Glock 19 when I have them in my trap. It puts them down with one hit to the head or back of the ear to prove shot placement works.

The Remy 700 in .308 is where its at on hogs. It doesn't matter where you hit'em with a .308, they're going down! I have a Savage .308 as my back up rifle...

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Well, lets focus on either Mid November or Early December. Most of the guys on the lease should have their deer by then and won't mind. We'll bait them in with Jello/Hog Wild Corn and wait on them to show! So between now and then get your rifles sighted in!

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Alexander Arms is the only one who makes the Beowulf .50 upper.

But - and this is a big hairy cheeks spread bent over and wailing like a bitch but...Ammo is nonexistent right now. If you reload, you MAY be able to get some brass. But if you want assembled cartridges, good luck.

A buddy ordered a full rifle back in February and 2 boxes of .50 334g cartridges. The rifle he had within a few weeks. Last Friday (9th) was when he finally recieved his two boxes of ammunition. He still has a case on order, but there is no clue on delivery. We think he may get it late 2011.

I have a little over 100 rnds of the .50 in various flavors but I haven't seen anything in months so I'm careful with what I use it for. Over 250? The .50. anything less and I pull out the .454.

I may be in the market for a lever action 45-70 govt or .338 as a saddle gun that has a more plentiful ammunition supply.
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Shot placement is where its at with the AR. Which is going to be from the head down to the tip of the shoulders. I've used my 9x18 Makarov and Glock 19 when I have them in my trap. It puts them down with one hit to the head or back of the ear to prove shot placement works.

The Remy 700 in .308 is where its at on hogs. It doesn't matter where you hit'em with a .308, they're going down! I have a Savage .308 as my back up rifle...
Well I know the .223 can do the job, and I will probably use it a couple of times, but more power never hurt anyone... except Tim Taylor.

Well I don't want to get pistol close! I actually want to work on some 100+ shooting which I have never done before. Good to know the .308 is potent though!

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Alexander Arms is the only one who makes the Beowulf .50 upper.

But - and this is a big hairy cheeks spread bent over and wailing like a bitch but...Ammo is nonexistent right now. If you reload, you MAY be able to get some brass. But if you want assembled cartridges, good luck.

A buddy ordered a full rifle back in February and 2 boxes of .50 334g cartridges. The rifle he had within a few weeks. Last Friday (9th) was when he finally recieved his two boxes of ammunition. He still has a case on order, but there is no clue on delivery. We think he may get it late 2011.

I have a little over 100 rnds of the .50 in various flavors but I haven't seen anything in months so I'm careful with what I use it for. Over 250? The .50. anything less and I pull out the .454.

I may be in the market for a lever action 45-70 govt or .338 as a saddle gun that has a more plentiful ammunition supply.
Well, that is really good to know right now, I appreciate the heads up. Wouldn't do me much good this hunting season to get one.

It is issues like that that have me leaning toward .308, I think ammo will be easier to find. Bud's has some really good prices on Remington 700's, but I have never shot one, so I am not 100% sure that is what I want. I assume it would be less recoil than a 30-06, which was not a problem when I had that, so I should be ok.

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Ever since I sold my .308 to Jose I've been itching for another bolt gun. Found a good deal on a Remington 700 30.06 and walked out the door 5 mins later. Gotta love 700's, the aftermarket is awash in options.
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Ever since I sold my .308 to Jose I've been itching for another bolt gun. Found a good deal on a Remington 700 30.06 and walked out the door 5 mins later. Gotta love 700's, the aftermarket is awash in options.
True... The options are limitless. 30.06 ammo is a lot easier to find and cheaper than .308 at least when I've been shopping around. A friend of mine came out to hunt with me about 2 years ago. He shot a 300 lb. porker past the shoulder near the back ribs area. Lets just say the only thing salvageable was the back-strap and one ham. LOL's

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Ever since I sold my .308 to Jose I've been itching for another bolt gun. Found a good deal on a Remington 700 30.06 and walked out the door 5 mins later. Gotta love 700's, the aftermarket is awash in options.
Would an 8mm Mauser work?

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Would an 8mm Mauser work?
They're about the same as a 30.06 in ballistics... So yeah!

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Where is this hog hunting taking place? never been hog hunting before, maybe I'll jump in and help the population control

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This is what I am looking at, add rails, rings, and glass and I would be good to go.
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Damn, that's a badass deal...rebate and all
I know, I am itching to buy it...

Has anybody bought a gun from Buds before? How would one get the cash discount price if they lived out of state?

Edit: Nevermind, I found it on their website. For others wondering - Money Order/Personal Check/Certified Check

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LOL, that is the same model I bought, just in 30.06. BTW, B&S guns in Garland had the 30.06 for 515 before tax, before rebate. Might want to call them and see what their 308 model costs.
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Heres my hogs problem. And there is usually more then what is in this pic.
Just toss a grenade in there.
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The boars seem to always be by themselves and the sows have their piglets with them. I can't wait to go again. I would like to see what a Nagant M44 round would do to them.

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The boars seem to always be by themselves and the sows have their piglets with them. I can't wait to go again. I would like to see what a Nagant M44 round would do to them.
I bought some Hollow points for the hunt... Would make him explode, like a mushroom cloud atom bomb

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Would an 8mm Mauser work?
8x57 can be same as 30-06, but the Federal, Remington, and Winchester stuff is equiv. to a 30-30, SAAMI specs (American). If you get some Sellier & Bellot or Nosler Custom, it is loaded to European specs(CIP).

I load my brothers with 150gr Sierra Pro Hunter and 200gr Nosler Accubonds. It will do same as 30-06 with same grain bullet.

Not seen one of the big hogs shot. But my dad shoots the 50-100lb ones with a 22-250 and puts em down with a 50gr V-Max. We head shoot the live trap ones with 380 Bersa, 41 Mag or whatever else on hand. If you can angle the head shot to drive through the heart, it puts em down quick and bleeds them out. Else shoot them in head, and get a long pig sticker and stab them in heart.

We bury the bottom of the hog trap with local dirt and put a lot of corn on trails leading up to the trap. Helps with the smart ones.

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I got a couple of those at my place, boogers are pretty smart.




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Nice idea with landscape lights on the stand.
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Nice idea with landscape lights on the stand.
yeah they work pretty good, just don't put them on too low, hogs knock them off...lol...

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