Hog Anatomy 101

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Here's a link to a site that shows the EXACT LOCATION of a hog's heart/lung area.... along with the rest of it:

http://www.texasboars.com/anatomy.html

These series of "graphic photos" also show why a "behind the base of the ear/center neck shot" is so effective - it will most likely hit the spinal column, which is near the center of a hog's neck. :hair: :clap: :shoot: ;)

For more info on hog hunting try this link:

http://www.texasboars.com/hunting/

;) :shoot: :eek:
 
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How about a "Sticky" for this one.

Could one of the mods put this on a "sticky"?

:huh: :confused: ::; :confused: :huh:
 

franklinm

Senior Member
Well I have dropped hogs before , the last two I shot with a cross bow never even slowed down . now I know why ,
That want happen again , Thank`s
 

dawg2

AWOL ADMINISTRATOR
Good info.
 

GonePhishn

Senior Member
very good website--esp for us novice hog hunters. Thanks for posting fella!
 

smartin

Senior Member
a 7mag will drop it dead no matter where you hit the pig!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 
Pigs will rarely leave a blood trail unless the shot is a complete pass through. However, a solid caliber round to the head renders the blood trail uneccessary. Me? I prefer the 140 grain Accu-Bond round in .270.
 
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