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  1. Rifle Forum
    The gun grabbers love to say you can't use an AR for hunting. I saw some video of coyote and hog hunts. They used AR15s for coyote and AR10's for the hogs. Worked great! One hog hunt was on a group of 15 hogs. The AR10 had a 20 round mag loaded with 18 rounds of .308. He killed 7 out of 15...
  2. Hunting and Trapping General Discussion
    First, I know that there are plenty who will say this dude was a poor shot or didn't use the right load/ammo or provide video evidence to the contrary or ...etc. Yet, there is a reason some states outlaw .223/556 for hunting deer-sized game and the reason I personally hunt with more robust...
  3. Hunting and Trapping General Discussion
    We went to the lease for Youth weekend and had a great time. I told her Friday evening this was her weekend and she could shoot what she wanted to. We got in the stand Saturday morning and as soon as the feeder went off deer were everywhere. We had a lot of activity throughout the morning. About...
  4. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    Hey Everyone, I would like to take my Son and Daughter hog hunting but am willing to hunt anything that is a nuisance. I live in the DFW area and thought we could help each other out. Please message me if you have a population problem. Thanks in advance! Kevin M. Fox
  5. Hunting and Trapping General Discussion
    Someone tell me what rubbed on this tree until the bark wore off. I already know the answer. This is for people who have never seen anything like this.
  6. Off Topic Lounge
    They used to have a feral pig problem. God bless Texas!
  7. Hunting and Trapping General Discussion
    How to track wild hogs Wild hogs are very good source of fresh meat. Most states have a year round open season, with both of those factors, these beast should not be over looked. Some of these wild hogs can exceed 300+ pounds - talk about being able to feed a family if SHTF. First: Wild hogs...
  8. Hunting and Trapping General Discussion
    Deer and hog tracks to the un-trained eye can look a lot alike. Once you know what to look for, it will be easy to tell the difference between the two. Deer Tracks: Deer tracks will have a wider spread then hogs tracks as they have longer legs. However the easiest way to tell the difference...
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