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Heres a little guy taken this year. Had some big boys too but was in it for the meat this time. Ruger m77 270

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No hog hunters out there? If you dont know how to post pics ask me i tell ya.
Heres another one from the Central Coast area taken on the run with a Springfield '03 A3 .30-06
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Location: Virginia
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I'll play! Big smile

I took this 175-lb barr hog in Florida back in May of this year with my Ruger M77 .338 win mag, loaded with 250 grain Partition Golds.........

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Blacktailer -- Central Coast has lots of hogs -- spent a couple years in SLO! Nice!

Here's another I took in Missouri back in '04. He wighed just a hair more than 200-lbs, and I shot it with my .416 Rem loaded with 400 grain Hawk Deadsofts at 2300 fps. The shot shredded his heart but he still managed to run 50 yards -- they're tough buggers!

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I killed this ol' boar hog back in the early 90's. Popped him with a 70 grain Speer .224 bullet from my Remington 700 BDL. He went about 20 yards after the shot.

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That's a big hog, Ironwood!

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Took this ol' gal in 1994. 150 grain Sierra flat nose. Fired from a 788 Remington in 30-30. Took only 1 shot and she dropped in her tracks. You can see the rifle leaning against the tree. That should give you an idea of the size of the sow.

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Another good one, Ironwood!

Here's a meat hog I shot in Florida in '04. Again, .416 Rem with 400 grain Deadsofts..........

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Blacktailer, My first real deer rifle was a 1903 Springfield. I think it cost me all of $30.00 from Montgomery & Wards. I still have the rifle. I take it to the woods on occasion.

Here's a couple hogs I took with the 70 grain Speer bullet in my 22-250. Two shots, two hogs. The biggest and first one I shot went about 10 feet the other dropped in it's tracks. I have to admit I was a little faster back in those days. As I recall I was standing in the middle of a logging road, about ankle deep in water. I was sort of ticked off that I lost one of the ejected cartridge cases in the water. That's me in the blue jacket.

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Location: Virginia
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Keep 'em coming, Ironwood! That's great!

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Nice piggies fellas , Whitworth , love that four wheeler ..

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