I was going pig hunting at a friend's property two years ago. Rummaging through my safe, I saw my Brown Precision Remington 700 .375 H&H in the back and thought, you would be big fun on feral swine; time to come out of hibernation. I was taking a buddy to the range the next day, so I put on a Riton Optics, 3 Tactix 1-8X24 with an illuminated MOA reticle scope. I was dialed in using my laser bore sighter, and 3 shots later. I forgot how little fun range time is with the .375 H&H. I took 4 swine over 2.5 days and the biggest Racoon (full of corn)I have ever seen. Since that trip, my 700 has taken at least 10 pigs and 2 coyotes. The most fun is talking friends into getting behind it and watching their faces as a .300 Gr projectile exits the barrel. Many guys have big bore rifles they leave in the back of the safe. Trust me, they are a lot of fun to use on coyotes and swine.