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#6214664 - 03/08/16 02:33 PM 5 or 6 hogs, 4 foxes and a porcupine
Theblakester Offline
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Unfortunately, Murphy came with me on this trip and he was in charge of using the DVr so I didn't get all the videos.
The hog in the pics took 3 to anchor. First hit was a solid quartering towards neck/shoulder shot. 2nd shot running away entered left butt cheek and lodged under the skin on the right side about half way up the length of the body (120 sst core separated from jacket). 3rd shot hit head/face and ended things. 11.5 inch 6.8 suppressed.

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Edited by Theblakester (03/08/16 03:35 PM)
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#6214776 - 03/08/16 04:13 PM Re: 5 or 6 hogs, 4 foxes and a porcupine [Re: Theblakester]
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Kudos, nice shooting.
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#6215421 - 03/08/16 11:11 PM Re: 5 or 6 hogs, 4 foxes and a porcupine [Re: Theblakester]
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Good job Blake...
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#6216123 - 03/09/16 12:14 PM Re: 5 or 6 hogs, 4 foxes and a porcupine [Re: Theblakester]
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Awesome, what night optics are you using?

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#6216127 - 03/09/16 12:15 PM Re: 5 or 6 hogs, 4 foxes and a porcupine [Re: Theblakester]
birdman99 Offline
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Nevermind, I see that on the video. sweet.

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#6216615 - 03/09/16 04:54 PM Re: 5 or 6 hogs, 4 foxes and a porcupine [Re: Theblakester]
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Second video was sweet cool shot
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#6218591 - 03/10/16 08:05 PM Re: 5 or 6 hogs, 4 foxes and a porcupine [Re: Theblakester]
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Thanks yall. Hope to be out again soon enough and get some more good video
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#6220917 - 03/12/16 01:49 PM Re: 5 or 6 hogs, 4 foxes and a porcupine [Re: Theblakester]
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Nice video
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