Loc: Pettytown, TX, US of A
Way to stay with him - fresh underwear would have been the least of my worries right about then! Your voice sounded nice and calm in the voiceover....care to share the actual audio or is it NSFW? LOL!
I'm glad it worked out OK. Want to show this to anybody that asks me why I need a run a 15rnd mag with another one in my backpack AND a 1911 backup. Some of them still haven't fully grasped pest control.
Edited by Vern1 (07/16/1507:41 AM)
Cheers, Vern1 Texans since 1824 NRA Lifetime Member
That is an outstnding video. Maybe the best all year. Great job of staying with him. I'll never understand (or maybe someone can explain) why they do this (run at you) sometimes. Just a nervous reaction?
Mr. TBR (landowner) looked at the video and suggested with the large growth around the hog's penile area that this was just a case of 'soowie-cide by hunter.'
How close did he get to me? He crossed in front of me at about 10 feet. He was close enough that his head and shoulder pretty well filled up my scope's 3x field of view before going completely out of focus. I put labels on the image, but you may have to step back from the computer or squint to make out what is on the screen. He still got closer after this.
Dang, time for another trip to Walmart. You've shot one facing away, and had him run at you. Now you've shot one facing at you and had him, run at you. I'm thinking broadside, neck shots is the only solution. That or mount the 3x on a beltfed.
Loc: Deep East Texas
Time for that .458 SOCOM.
The first hog that did that...I chalked up to running a 'death circle', seen that quite a few times, but this one just had a broken leg and was not 'running dead on his feet'. Can't explain this one...except you have exceptional 'luck'. Actually made me laugh when I read this happened a second time to you. I mean that in a nice way.
Your 'split times' are getting better..... or maybe you just had more incentive? Good job, thanks for sharing.
Spartans ask not...how many, but where!