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Old 05-02-2009, 11:14 PM
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Thanks for posting this will prove very useful. I've hog hunted all my life with dogs and guns and never had a problem. Just took up archery though and have already lost one and now I know why.
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Great pic.

I appreciate it.

Never shot one--but will. Now with confidence.
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Old 07-15-2009, 12:16 PM
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Bow hunting for hogs ROCK. I shoot 70lbs at 291/2" DL. I shot Slick Tricks but found the Grim Reapers razor cut mechanicals to be devastating. I won't tell you which is best, this seems to be more personal preference. Fixed VS. Mechanicals will always be debated I reckon.
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Bow hunting for hogs ROCK. I shoot 70lbs at 291/2" DL. I shot Slick Tricks but found the Grim Reapers razor cut mechanicals to be devastating. I won't tell you which is best, this seems to be more personal preference. Fixed VS. Mechanicals will always be debated I reckon.
Try Slick Tricks new RAZOR TRICKS ,, very nice cut on contact fixed blade
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Old 08-05-2009, 11:43 AM
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bow hunting is all i do from northern illinois to south fla. i have no problems with a lighter arrow i shoot a g5 motech 85 grain 300 arrow but you cant shoot them in the butt a expect the to drop take your time put the arrow where it needs to be
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this hog was killed at 4:00 am saw his shadow in the full moon. Headed to the feeder.
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By the way ,all i could see was his rearend. dropped him with 7mm.
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Thanks, good stuff! I found another cool hog anatomy diagram and intresting read and tips on night hunting. Check it out

http://www.elusivewildlife.com/index...vigationmodule
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That was extremely useful info I think it is real good for beginners!!
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That was good information. Now I am ready to shoot one.
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How about a 338 mag with a 250 grain projectile?Naw I'll stick with my butter knife!
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Do you think a 223 would kill them?
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Of course a 223 will down a hog. I have killed over 50 in the past four years with a 223. Not a single one moved after being hit, including two over 300 lbs.

It about shot placement, not the caliber.
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I put 1 down last year with a .22 lucky shot right between the ribs in the heart
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At least for the links.
Its not stinky.
Sticky sticky STICKY-On the Spot/Stalk page w/b nice.
EDIT: of course now I will probably remember it is over here - and stickied. Sorry for the interruption.
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