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Handgun Hunting Hogs - Two fer Two! #166766 11/28/2015 7:29 AM
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Two handguns for two hogs, that is.

Was working on guns in my cave this afternoon when I decided to text a rancher friend of mine. I said, "If you have pigs need killing....I have handguns need testing."

Awhile later, he called. Asked me what I was doing and said to meet him at his hunting camp in 30 minutes. Holy CRAP! Sure!

Grabbed my hunting ruck, BOG Gear PSR, 7.5" Redhawk .44 Mag, 10" MGM Barreled .357 Mag Contender, loaded the truck, and headed out in about 15 minutes. It's about a 5 minute drive to his place and I met up with him at his camp. He said he had a feeder in the back of his property that had game cam pics of a bunch of hogs coming to feed. We crawled in the box blind around 4:30 and he said the feeder should go off around 5 o'clock.

I set the Redhawk on the PSR and figured I'd use it for the long shots and save the Contender for if something came close.



The feeder was 80 yards away in an old food plot. Mist was falling and temps were warm. Generally............muggy.

The rancher had brought an AR with him and said he would back me up if needed. I think he just wanted to shoot something with his new gun as well. I asked what he was using and he said 40gr V-Max. Better be head shots, then!

At 4:55, a nice red boar came out of the brush on the far side of the field and ambled towards the feeder. That sucker must have one heck of a mental clock, because he walked under the feeder RIGHT when it went off and showered him with corn. Ironically, it startled him a bit and he ran back a few yards. When he stopped, I cocked the hammer of the Redhawk, placed the reticle of the 4x Simmons scope on his shoulder, relaxed, and squeezed the trigger.

BOOM!

The 325gr WFN-GC smacked him in the shoulder at 85 yards and he let out a squeal. Instantly, his back side collapsed and he sat down. Just as he was falling over, the rancher shot him with the .223 Remington. More because he wanted to use his new rifle and scope than because the pig needed help giving up the ghost. He lay there on the ground kicking for a minute or two and then all was still.



We contemplated getting out and calling it a day. But, figured we had plenty of time and decided to wait until dark in the off chance that more would come. So, I replaced the Redhawk with the Contender.



While we waited, the drizzle increased. Then at about 5:30, the wind suddenly picked up, a fog blew in and the temp dropped about 20 degrees!!! It was the eeriest thing. Like that Steven King movie "The Mist". The cold front had arrived. Finally, shivering in the blind, I noticed a large black form exit the brush to the left of the feeder as light faded. He ambled up to the feeder and I told the rancher I'd shoot when he was broadside. We both had earplugs in and I guess our plan got discombobulated. The boar was facing away while I aimed at him and waited for a good broadside shot. Suddenly.........BANG! The rancher shot the boar in the butt (later he said he thought it was his head). The boar jumped and took off running to the right.

Knowing the rancher was using 40gr V-Max and that there was no way in Hell that bullet was going to penetrate far enough to reach anything, I lead the pig and fired a shot as he ran. At the shot, the boar nose dived in the dirt, did an about face, and ran back to the left now. I reloaded as the rancher fired 2 more shots.........missing before he entered the brush.

Then, the clouds opened up and it began to pour.

Quickly, I ran across the field to try and find any blood and ascertain where he'd entered the brush before the rain totally washed away all sign of blood. In the failing light I reached the spot I thought he'd exited the field. Looking down, I see no sign. Then..........looking up.........I see his huge form 10 yards in front of me down the trail. Standing there with his head down.

And you know what? I didn't have a gun!!! Because of the pouring rain.....I'd left it in the blind. CRAP!!!

I quietly back up a few yards then turn and sprint across the field in the rain. Passing the rancher (who didn't have his gun either) about half way, I told him that sucker was RIGHT THERE in the brush! Continuing my sprint, I retrieve my Contender and run back to the boar. Fortunately, he is still in the same spot.

It's almost dark. It's raining. It's muddy. I have a single shot pistol in my hand and a big wounded boar in front of me. "Thumbs up, let's do this! Leroooooooooyyyyy......" (namethatreference)

I crouch and slowly walk forward to clear some brush. At about 5 yards..........I raise up and put a 180gr Hornady XTP through his back and into his chest. With a Hellacious squeal, the boar falls over kicking. I back out and wait. Telling the rancher that we should go load up the red boar and let this one die. He hardily agreed.

In the cold, driving rain, we load the red boar into the Mule. Then, head over to the big one. I tell the Rancher I'm out of bullets as we enter the brush. But, I have two knives!!! Let's go! Fortunately...........he was dead.

I kicked my own butt dragging that sucker out of the brush in the slippery mud. Then, it took both of us to load him in the Mule. Went back to the blind to retrieve our gear........then........soaked.......freezing.........and laughing.........we drove back to the hunting camp. That was not your average hunt.

Good times!





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Re: Handgun Hunting Hogs - Two fer Two! [Re: Zee] #166767 11/28/2015 7:30 AM
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Autopsy post in the morning. I'm tired...........


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Re: Handgun Hunting Hogs - Two fer Two! [Re: Zee] #166769 11/28/2015 9:43 AM
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Your really good if you can kill hogs and have no eyes. WOW.

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Great double!


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great double, loved the story as well!!!!


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Re: Handgun Hunting Hogs - Two fer Two! [Re: Spencer] #166776 11/28/2015 2:59 PM
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Great hunt, Zee!


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Re: Handgun Hunting Hogs - Two fer Two! [Re: KRal] #166777 11/28/2015 3:03 PM
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Butchered the red boar first.

Cartridge: .44 Magnum
Bullet: 325gr WFN-GC
Muzzle Velocity: 1,331 fps
Distance: 85 yards
Angle: Broadside / Left Side Towards
Impact Velocity: 1,140 fps (est.)
Distance Traveled: 0 yrds

Entrance:


Entrance Under Hide: (.44 Mag - Left / .223 Rem - Right)


Under Shoulder:


325gr Hard Cast Exit Through Scapula:


Entrance to Spine (Meat Removed)


Entrance Ribs Removed:


The bullets severed the artery that runs the length of the spine allowing the chest cavity to fill with blood and causing the hog to bleed out in minutes.

Chest Cavity Blood Removed:


Notice the difference in bruising caused to the lungs by the hydrostatic wave and temporary cavity of the two bullets. The 325gr WFN-GC obviously generates a greater wave and temporary cavity as compared to the 40gr V-Max.

Exit of 325gr Hard cast Under Hide:


Exit Through Hide:


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Re: Handgun Hunting Hogs - Two fer Two! [Re: Zee] #166778 11/28/2015 3:12 PM
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 Originally Posted By: Zee
Autopsy post in the morning. I'm tired...........


So much disappoint.
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Zee - fantastic work! That's a pile of pork!

Re: Handgun Hunting Hogs - Two fer Two! [Re: Zee] #166779 11/28/2015 3:15 PM
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The rain came down and I was cold and wet. I didn't get an autopsy of the black boar. As much as it pains me and pisses me off............I threw in the towel. My phone was wet......my camera was wet........and I was wet. Before it turned into an expensive endeavor and cost me an electronic...........I quit.

So, I will give a shot placement analysis.

Turns out, the rancher DID shoot the pig in the head on the first shot. His bullet struck the top of the pigs head, dug a 1" deep groove through the hide and continued on it's way into the wild blue yonder. Resulting in nothing but a reversed Mohawk on top of his nogg'n.

When the pig took off running and I shot, my bullet passed through the base of his right ear and entered his neck at the back of the skull and above his spine. This caused him to do the nose dive , flip, and reverse directions.

1 of the ranchers next two shots hit the boar in the guts as he ran back to the left and the other put a hole in his butt cheek before he entered the brush.

My follow up shot entered the boars spine about mid back and angled downward into the vitals.


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Re: Handgun Hunting Hogs - Two fer Two! [Re: Zee] #166783 11/28/2015 4:05 PM
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Congrats on the two-fer!


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Re: Handgun Hunting Hogs - Two fer Two! [Re: Russell] #166784 11/28/2015 4:19 PM
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Well, this one had some excitement-exactly what is needed now and again.
Good job.
Glad you didn't have to use the knives, although that would have worked too.


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Congrats Zee! Great report, thanks for the taking the time to share the details!

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Thanks, guys.


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Re: Handgun Hunting Hogs - Two fer Two! [Re: Zee] #166788 11/28/2015 5:10 PM
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Next up are the .454 Casull 5" Ruger Toklat and 6" Ruger GP-100 in .357 Mag.

If I get lucky, I'll also use the 6.5" Bisley.


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Great shooting and not bad with a knife either!
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Good Shooting and I really enjoyed the report and photos. Look forward to the next time.

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The black boar was apparently a fighter.

He was missing his left eye which was just a healed over empty socket. On top of that, his left leg had apparently been broken at some point. While his ankle could bend, his elbow was fused straight. Couldn't bend forward or anything. Which, is why he is propped up like you see in the picture. He essentially has a straight peg-leg.


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good job Zee! a couple of good looking hogs


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Wow, not only can you shoot with no eyes, you hunt barefooted too!

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Good show Zee.....only I don`t know who is better lookin.... you or the boar.....


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 Originally Posted By: TM
Wow, not only can you shoot with no eyes, you hunt barefooted too!

Your right...I missed that...


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Re: Handgun Hunting Hogs - Two fer Two! [Re: jamesfromjersey] #166805 11/28/2015 8:13 PM
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Here they are on the scale.

146 pounds for the Red.


220 pounds for the Black. With his head still on the ground as you can see it twisted to the left. Not sure how much more it would have actually added. But, I about tore my liver trying to get him from the bed of my truck to the scale as it was. I wasn't going to raise the scale and do it again.



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Re: Handgun Hunting Hogs - Two fer Two! [Re: TM] #166806 11/28/2015 8:14 PM
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 Originally Posted By: TM
Wow, not only can you shoot with no eyes, you hunt barefooted too!




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 Originally Posted By: jamesfromjersey
Good show Zee.....only I don`t know who is better lookin.... you or the boar.....


Undoubtedly........the pig.


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Good shooting and good story. I envy you all that have great testing media at your disposal.

Can't wait to see you test the 454's!

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 Originally Posted By: Zee
"Thumbs up, let's do this! Leroooooooooyyyyy......" (namethatreference)


JENKIIIIIIIIINNNNNNNNNNNSSSSSSS!!!!!!!

...

...

...

Oh my God, he just ran in.
;\)


Great shooting, especially given the circumstances.


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 Originally Posted By: TN Lone Wolf
 Originally Posted By: Zee
"Thumbs up, let's do this! Leroooooooooyyyyy......" (namethatreference)


JENKIIIIIIIIINNNNNNNNNNNSSSSSSS!!!!!!!

...

...

...

Oh my God, he just ran in.
;\)


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I love you.


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 Originally Posted By: Zee
 Originally Posted By: TN Lone Wolf
 Originally Posted By: Zee
"Thumbs up, let's do this! Leroooooooooyyyyy......" (namethatreference)


JENKIIIIIIIIINNNNNNNNNNNSSSSSSS!!!!!!!

...

...

...

Oh my God, he just ran in.
;\)


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I love you.


Ha Ha Ha! That's awesome!

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A man with no eyes shoots two wild pigs with two different handguns in a driving rain after a 20 degree temp drop with no shoes on ... The stuff of legends!!


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Re: Handgun Hunting Hogs - Two fer Two! [Re: Zee] #166856 11/30/2015 5:31 AM
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Congrats Zee!


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VEE is for varmints..40Gr Hornady V Max are about the best bullet
out there for prairie dogs...@ 3700fps from a 223 they will turn
one into a Red Mist.l have used them the past 15 years in most of the Western States on prairie dogs...NOT hog bullets Biggest thing l have killed with them was a coyote.

Zee. May l suggest you gift your rancher friend some 223 ammo with a tougher bullet Winchester makes a fine 63gr big game bullet...lf he reloads a box of 60gr Nosler Partitions.. Either way l guarantee he will be grateful

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Very nicely done! Congratulations! In the wild, a 200-lb hog is a BIG hog. You've done well!

However, 40 grain bullets should be limited to much smaller varmints.....JMHO


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Re: Handgun Hunting Hogs - Two fer Two! [Re: sw282] #166869 11/30/2015 2:23 PM
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 Originally Posted By: sw282

Zee. May l suggest you gift your rancher friend some 223 ammo with a tougher bullet Winchester makes a fine 63gr big game bullet...lf he reloads a box of 60gr Nosler Partitions.. Either way l guarantee he will be grateful


He has already handloaded some 65gr GameKing bullets for the next time.


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Re: Handgun Hunting Hogs - Two fer Two! [Re: Whitworth] #166870 11/30/2015 2:24 PM
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 Originally Posted By: Whitworth
Very nicely done! Congratulations! In the wild, a 200-lb hog is a BIG hog. You've done well!

However, 40 grain bullets should be limited to much smaller varmints.....JMHO


Thanks.

I agree the 40gr bullets are too light.


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 Originally Posted By: Zee
 Originally Posted By: TN Lone Wolf
 Originally Posted By: Zee
"Thumbs up, let's do this! Leroooooooooyyyyy......" (namethatreference)


JENKIIIIIIIIINNNNNNNNNNNSSSSSSS!!!!!!!

...

...

...

Oh my God, he just ran in.
;\)


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I love you.


\:D


At least I have chicken.
;\)


The other guys reading this must all be scratching their heads wondering what in the world we're talking about.


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Nice job Zee

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Sounds like a good time, and bacon to boot, congratulations.


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 Originally Posted By: TN Lone Wolf
 Originally Posted By: Zee
 Originally Posted By: TN Lone Wolf
 Originally Posted By: Zee
"Thumbs up, let's do this! Leroooooooooyyyyy......" (namethatreference)


JENKIIIIIIIIINNNNNNNNNNNSSSSSSS!!!!!!!

...

...

...

Oh my God, he just ran in.
;\)


.


I love you.


\:D


At least I have chicken.
;\)


The other guys reading this must all be scratching their heads wondering what in the world we're talking about.


Dorks!!! lol hahaha Leeroy you are just stupid!!!!

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"It's not my fault!"


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I had to go back and watch that video because of this thread.


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