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FL hawgin w/pictures

Discussion in 'Hunting, Fishing & Camping' started by noway, Jan 18, 2005.

  1. This hog was hunted MLK-holiday weekend on private land. Dogs where used for hunting this hog down. Fully story is include here on the 10mm forum;

    enjoy, by the way my Miss Piggie photos did not come out. That was a very small hog shot 1st weekend on jan of 2005, if you recall.:(

  2. duncan

    duncan Millennium Member Lifetime Member

    Feb 15, 1999
    Lucky you.

    I'd love to go hog hunting and my three growing sons all like bacon.

    Were you able to get any bacon?

    Saw you were making patties and sausage.

    Too bad it seems 10mm is marginal but they are tough skinned.

    Guess time for my Redhawk this spring if we have any wild hogs left near the Olympic Nat'l Forest in Western WA.

    Good story.

  3. Nope no bacon per se. But alot of meat will be deboned and grounded. Your are right about thickskinned. Before you get to the vitals you have about 1-2 of thick skins and shield to penetrated.

    I just bough another RH chamber in 45LC and plan on going back to a heavier bullet with the added benefits of the bigger diameter.