November 17th, 2017 by asjstaff

Putting down an aggressive hog (400 lbs) doesn’t require a heavy caliber rifle. Check out Youtuber Jim Thomas as he displays excellent markmanship while taking down a 400 pound wild hog.

What is surprising is that Jim was using a subsonic .22LR bullet. To be exact he was sporting a suppressed Ruger 10/22 rifle equipped with an ATNX-Sight for night vision. Like a seasoned hunter Jim waited for the hogs to show and loitering at the bait area.
From 50 yards away Jim spots the big hog among others that had been giving them problems on his property in the past. With great skills Jim puts a .22 round into the temple of the hog and puts it down on the spot.

This story isn’t an advertisement on Ruger 10/22, but they do make awesome 22 rifles. The main focus is on great marksmanship, so be sure to practice, be safe.

 

 

Sources: Jim Thomas Youtube

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October 16th, 2017 by asjstaff

The video of this wild hog shot is unbelievable.
This invasive nuisance got some lead medicine, courtesy of high tech – a thermal-imaging scope.

Brad Korando shared this action-packed video on Facebook. This is a wild hog that paid the ultimate price for gluttony.

Sneaking into the woods at night, this hunter was well-armed for this hungry, invasive hog. A thermal-imaging scope caught the fat hog feeding on corn in the crosshairs. Then, one shot rings out, followed by another. A geyser of blood pours from this feral beast, and this guy caught it all on video.

Wild hogs are invasive nightmares that cause destruction to both wildlife and farmland. We take our hats off to the men and women that target these animals.

Sources: Brad Koran FB, Eric Nestor

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March 29th, 2017 by jhines

Things don’t always go as planned on a hog hunt. These hunters captured awesome and hilarious footage of hog hunting gone wrong.
Feral hogs are intelligent animals.

Couple this intelligence with their size, speed, and strength, and a hog can quickly turn the tables on an unprepared hunter.

As these hunters demonstrated, you always need to be on your toes when hunting feral hogs, especially when they are at close range. A hog is not as dangerous as an angry big trophy like a buffalo or elephant, but a charging hog can quickly turn an ordinary hunt into a dangerous situation. There are some hunters have had their day ruined by a very angry feral hog.

Sources: Kynoclub Youtube, John McAdams

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