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Posted: 4/18/2011 8:22:51 PM EDT
This was posted up on another forum I frequent.  I don't know where it is, but they need a few choppers in there to say the least!!

Check out how many pigs are running off the road at around 3:20..  Hundreds...

video
Link Posted: 4/18/2011 8:34:42 PM EDT
Holy shit that is a lot of hogs at 3:20 or so.

I have never seen that many and never heard tell from other people of that many in one spot.  It's time to load of the Beta Cmag...
Link Posted: 4/18/2011 8:41:44 PM EDT
Sad to watch....
Link Posted: 4/18/2011 8:48:43 PM EDT
NO wonder there are so many pigs, they are dumping bulk food out on the roadway.  Probably for the deer, but just dumping it bulk no wonder.
Link Posted: 4/18/2011 8:58:54 PM EDT
I've been using my ARs for jackrabbit hunting the past 10-15 years or so and have hit several of them while at a full run.

I am betting I could clean house on those piggies if I took my squirrel AR out for a few days.    That scene at 3:20, jeeez, just shoot into the packs of 2-3 running close together and work the damned things over.

Deprivation permit would go a long way in curing that situation, combined with a MK19 grenade launcher.
Link Posted: 4/19/2011 5:00:45 AM EDT
Did ya'll notice how close the guy was when he shot one with his bow?  10-15 yards at the most during the middle of the day.  Nuts right there....
Link Posted: 4/19/2011 5:04:11 AM EDT
Needs more belt fed!
Link Posted: 4/19/2011 5:41:07 AM EDT
Pretty sure a dozen arfcommers could take acare of that problem in a long weekend.
Link Posted: 4/19/2011 9:00:33 AM EDT
Check this out
Link Posted: 4/19/2011 10:09:08 AM EDT
Mein Gott im Himmel.
Link Posted: 4/19/2011 11:41:05 AM EDT
thats awesome. Theres a crap load of deer too.
Link Posted: 4/19/2011 2:21:15 PM EDT
Originally Posted By squirving888:
thats awesome. Theres a crap load of deer too.


And the deer don't seem to run very far after the shots.

I love how the deer just stand there and watch the pigs kick and die.
Link Posted: 4/19/2011 2:28:49 PM EDT
Those were some good rifle kills!
Link Posted: 4/19/2011 4:59:51 PM EDT
Originally Posted By diaz_aa:
Sad to watch....


Link Posted: 4/19/2011 5:14:09 PM EDT
After shooting that one hog with a bow and arrow, I would have dispatched it quickly.

I'm into the killing, but not the suffering.

Quick kills for me.
Link Posted: 4/20/2011 2:04:24 AM EDT
Originally Posted By ishoot2live:
After shooting that one hog with a bow and arrow, I would have dispatched it quickly.

I'm into the killing, but not the suffering.

Quick kills for me.


If you are archery hunting how would you have dispatched it?

Tough to run after them and stick another arrow into them.

You talk about the suffering if the hog, but it was walking around pretty calmly.  You can't equate human and animal responses to being shot.
Link Posted: 4/20/2011 2:16:32 AM EDT
I'd say they have a hog problem.  
Link Posted: 4/20/2011 2:42:13 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 4/20/2011 2:43:03 AM EDT by ishoot2live]
Originally Posted By VaFish:
Originally Posted By ishoot2live:
After shooting that one hog with a bow and arrow, I would have dispatched it quickly.

I'm into the killing, but not the suffering.

Quick kills for me.


If you are archery hunting how would you have dispatched it?

Tough to run after them and stick another arrow into them.

You talk about the suffering if the hog, but it was walking around pretty calmly.  You can't equate human and animal responses to being shot.


Maybe a handgun, a rifle, or a pig sticker.

ETA: When did I ever mention a human?

Link Posted: 4/20/2011 1:28:20 PM EDT
Originally Posted By M1-Matt:
Needs more belt fed!



...and daisy chained claymores.  They always forget the claymores.
Link Posted: 4/20/2011 2:46:02 PM EDT
Originally Posted By ishoot2live:
Originally Posted By VaFish:
Originally Posted By ishoot2live:
After shooting that one hog with a bow and arrow, I would have dispatched it quickly.

I'm into the killing, but not the suffering.

Quick kills for me.


If you are archery hunting how would you have dispatched it?

Tough to run after them and stick another arrow into them.

You talk about the suffering if the hog, but it was walking around pretty calmly.  You can't equate human and animal responses to being shot.


Maybe a handgun, a rifle, or a pig sticker.

ETA: When did I ever mention a human?



I'm not trying to answer for VaFish but I think you are basing your notions of suffering on your human point of view which is natural for many folks. That is where the human part of it factors in. The psychological effect of being shot is not the same in an animal as it would be in a human that knew what had just happened. Hogs very often have a definite reaction to the sensation of pain, they squeal and carry on like hell. That hog simply walked around confused and wondering why it was getting woozy until the internal hemorraging from the broadhead dropped it's blood pressure to zero and it passed out and died.

Link Posted: 4/20/2011 3:38:13 PM EDT
Originally Posted By ishoot2live:
Originally Posted By VaFish:
Originally Posted By ishoot2live:
After shooting that one hog with a bow and arrow, I would have dispatched it quickly.

I'm into the killing, but not the suffering.

Quick kills for me.


If you are archery hunting how would you have dispatched it?

Tough to run after them and stick another arrow into them.

You talk about the suffering if the hog, but it was walking around pretty calmly.  You can't equate human and animal responses to being shot.


Maybe a handgun, a rifle, or a pig sticker.

ETA: When did I ever mention a human?



I agree...I was brought up if you are going to shoot an animal, for any reason, make a clean kill.  To pop him with an arrow and watch him walk around for a few minutes before flopping is a bit too much for me.  Even though he is destroying somebody's property, a portion of that video could be used by you know who to paint all hunters as thoughtless, dumb, rednecks who pity nothing.  Plus, who couldn't shoot 1 with a 50 yard trail of corn right down the middle of the road, with a fence on 1 escape route at that.  Come on...as the late comedian Jerry Clower, from here in MS, used to say, "give 'em a sporting chance" at least.  Just my thoughts on the matter.
Link Posted: 4/20/2011 5:04:28 PM EDT





Link below will take you directly to the hog apocalypse scene.  














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Link Posted: 4/20/2011 8:36:59 PM EDT
Originally Posted By diaz_aa:
Sad to watch....

Damn straight.  All those pigs getting away and only one going down at a time.    If ever there was a justification for civilian ownership of M134 miniguns . . .

It's funny to watch the deer who are curious bystanders; "Damn, Frank.  What's with all these pigs?  They keep exploding!"  
Link Posted: 4/21/2011 6:32:41 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 4/21/2011 6:40:23 AM EDT by km2006dmax]
I agree...I was brought up if you are going to shoot an animal, for any reason, make a clean kill. To pop him with an arrow and watch him walk around for a few minutes before flopping is a bit too much for me. Even though he is destroying somebody's property, a portion of that video could be used by you know who to paint all hunters as thoughtless, dumb, rednecks who pity nothing. Plus, who couldn't shoot 1 with a 50 yard trail of corn right down the middle of the road, with a fence on 1 escape route at that. Come on...as the late comedian Jerry Clower, from here in MS, used to say, "give 'em a sporting chance" at least. Just my thoughts on the matter


Do any of you guys bow hunt?  During archery season down here it will be your ass if your caught with a handgun while bow hunting.  You can not have a firearm on you while archery hunting.  If your bow hunting during rifle season it is fine to have a firearm with you.  The shot made on the hog in question was a good clean shot in the vitals.  Just because it doesn't drop in its tracks does not mean it's not a clean kill.  Now blow all four legs off the animal, and let it lay for awhile before dispatching it would be a different story.  

I've shot more deer than I can count blowing out the heart and lungs with a rifle, with the animal running 100-400 yards.  Does that justify as a clean kill?  Neck, head shot or any shot that will separate the central nervous system is about the only way to get a drt shot.  If a good shot is made on a animal with a bow, more than likely that animal will run less than 50 yards before it expires.  

Up north many hunt on corn crops.  We broadcast corn.  Corn is corn regardless..

Link Posted: 4/21/2011 2:00:39 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 4/21/2011 2:02:21 PM EDT by VaFish]
Originally Posted By T18B40:
Originally Posted By ishoot2live:
Originally Posted By VaFish:
Originally Posted By ishoot2live:
After shooting that one hog with a bow and arrow, I would have dispatched it quickly.

I'm into the killing, but not the suffering.

Quick kills for me.


If you are archery hunting how would you have dispatched it?

Tough to run after them and stick another arrow into them.

You talk about the suffering if the hog, but it was walking around pretty calmly.  You can't equate human and animal responses to being shot.


Maybe a handgun, a rifle, or a pig sticker.

ETA: When did I ever mention a human?



I agree...I was brought up if you are going to shoot an animal, for any reason, make a clean kill.  To pop him with an arrow and watch him walk around for a few minutes before flopping is a bit too much for me.  Even though he is destroying somebody's property, a portion of that video could be used by you know who to paint all hunters as thoughtless, dumb, rednecks who pity nothing.  Plus, who couldn't shoot 1 with a 50 yard trail of corn right down the middle of the road, with a fence on 1 escape route at that.  Come on...as the late comedian Jerry Clower, from here in MS, used to say, "give 'em a sporting chance" at least.  Just my thoughts on the matter.


I think it was a clean humane kill.  The pig wasn't squealing at all.  I've hit a sow in the add that was raising such a rukus a boar came charging back at us.  Had to stop him before I could finish her off.

That pig with the arrow in it showed no signs of distress.  Running up and trying to put another arrow in it would most likely have caused it to run off.  Running for that about of time you never would have recovered it.

Even when gun hunting I wait 20 mins after the shot before I go looking for the downed animal.

However I can see how non hunters would think the pig was suffering and I would not have posted the video that way.  I would have edited out most of the time from arrow hit to fall down.
Link Posted: 4/21/2011 3:59:06 PM EDT
Do the hogs scatter as quickly if you use suppressors with subsonic ammo?
Link Posted: 4/21/2011 4:22:43 PM EDT
Oh to spend a week there with my cur dogs!!
Link Posted: 4/30/2011 11:17:41 PM EDT
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