Ever wondered what it would be like to go hog hunting with a Barrett .50-caliber rifle? This guy in Texas actually did.
If you thought hog hunting with elephant guns was impressive, check out these guys in Texas (Youtube dbtexhunts1) who decided to bring this up a notch and go hog hunting with a Barrett .50 cal rifle.
In a battle between a 100-150 pound hog and a .50 cal bullet with about 14,000 foot pounds of energy, the hog is going down every time.
I don’t think debating if this is ethical hunting or not.
Ask any ranchers or farmers that have these feral hogs running wild and tearing up their plantations. They’ll tell you this is one of the option to control that.
Unfortunately, shooting a hog with a Barrett .50 cal probably destroy a lot of meat, which is one of the tasty side benefits to shooting a hog this size.
Guess you can use a less caliber rifle, if you’re concern of less meat.
However, one thing is certain: it sure looks like loads of fun!