Didn't want to post too much last night because I suspected that another (or more) hog(s) had been hit.
My older brother (no stranger to hog hunting) commented that he thought the hog he had targeted was 'bigger' than the one that dropped under the feeder at the shot. We made a short and cursory look about last night but did not find another hog.
I went and pulled the card on the game camera early this morning...in hopes that it had captured the action.
I run my cameras in video mode...and sure enough, at the shot two hogs went down. In fact the hog we recovered last night was number THREE in line. We found the first hog in line this morning, just 20 yards into the green-brier and brush, shot squarely though the heart.
Stopping the video at certain spots, it appears three hogs were fairly lined up. I don't see how the second in line could have escaped being hit. The third in line was shot through the neck and dropped on the spot. The first in line fell but got back up and ran a short distance, though we could not see that last night.
The hog in the middle (in the video) stumbles, turns 180° and runs out of the picture. We have yet to find it.
Anyway, it was officially a 'two-fer', possibly a 'three-fer' but I can't confirm that yet.
168 Barnes VOR-TX bullet from a .308 @ 100 yds.