I don't want to seem like an unethical hunter by hunting with something that won't take down a pig easily. I've been meaning to break down and buy a really good compound bow, but I haven't got around to it. I'm looking to get in a couple serious hunting trips over the upcoming summer, and would like to brush up with some weapons I currently own. Anyways, here are the guns I own:
-A vintage Martin compound bow: I don't know how old it is, but someone at an archery store told me it was probably around late 70's era. It's in great condition, and has some new equipment I put on it. It's only about ~60 pound draw though.
-.303 British Enfield: It's an old gun, but was kept in really good condition prior to me acquiring it. It still shoots straight and everything.
-7.62x54 Russian Nagant: Same as Enfield basically. I only bought them because they were really cheap. If anything, they are at least good collectors items.
-.50 Traditions black powder rifle: I actually haven't even shot this yet, so I'm not really considering this at all. I never thought about getting into black powder hunting, but I ended up buying this like a year ago due to its price. I guess I need to stop buying every cheap weapon that comes across my path
So, given those options, what would some of you vets advise (I have an over/under shotty too, but I'm not planning on using that). I wouldn't mind buying a new compound bow (I'm still planning on it in the near future), but for some reason if I'm not able to I would like to go with something I currently have.