150.45 grains of lead, 206 pounds of pork, and some cherry red apples!

Forums Hunting 150.45 grains of lead, 206 pounds of pork, and some cherry red apples!

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    Michael
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    bill_dd97Very nice outing. Are those average for Hawaii?

    These are small to medium. The monsters dwell in isolated areas.

    These mountain pigs don’t get as big as the ones you hear about in Ag country. My biggest pig to date was 170 pounds.

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    wll2506
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    Sorry Michael, but what velocity are you getting shooting the 50gr JSB’s.

    Thanks,

    wll2506

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    cactusjack
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    Wow. Nice shooting Mike. Ssooo, when is the BBQ? Good looking pigs. That should make for a lot of good eating. Thanks for sharing.

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    T3PRanch
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    Michael I hope you post some “after” photos too!

    Thurmond

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    Michael
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    “wll2506”Great shooting and very, very well placed shots.

    What velocity were you shooting those 50 grainers at ? it looks like they made their way in pretty deep.

    Nice shooting again ;-  )

    wll2506

    
I did not check the velocity over the chronograph. I just zero’d my scope at 30 & checked for holdover from 15 to 50.

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    Auronotcs
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    I’m hoping to get some pigs later this year with my Bulldog. It’s a species I’ve not yet hunted, but southern AR has a ton so shouldn’t be too hard. That and skinning and putting up a hog when its literally 100F+ outside would not be fun. 

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    Michael
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    “Auronotcs”I’m hoping to get some pigs later this year with my Bulldog. It’s a species I’ve not yet hunted, but southern AR has a ton so shouldn’t be too hard. That and skinning and putting up a hog when its literally 100F+ outside would not be fun. 

    
It takes a special kind of person to field dress a hog. To be completely honest, I did not sleep well after skinning my first hog. Lucky I have a have a friend who doesn’t mind at all.

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    plinker
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    “Michael”
It takes a special kind of person to field dress a hog. To be completely honest, I did not sleep well after skinning my first hog. Lucky I have a have a friend who doesn’t mind at all.

    
I don’t always field dress my own hogs, but when I do I prefer dos gloves. Stay hungry my friend. Haha. 

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    Gunnertrones
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    INCREDIBLE! Awesome photoes! 
    Pm as asked for. 

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    TrapdorSpydr
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    Very nice post Michael. You must have an extra freezer just for all the pig hunt rewards.
     

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    airborne
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    Mike, You look great in that photo, you will be talking about that hunt for some time., Congratulations!!!!

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    Jeffhalfrack
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    I just read this post,,,,,,and out of nowhere ,,,,I let out this serial killer chuckle I never knew I can do,,,nice JeffW

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