Now the short story. Last couple of days we have had a couple of big pigs on camera and I decided they needed to be removed. SIL came over with my daughter and the grandkids so we had a nice meal of burgers and hotdogs. I offered to let my daughter go shoot but she wanted to stay with the baby. SIL and I got ready and off we go along with my wife who is the Judas to the pigs. They have learned to listen for the 4-wheeler to leave and then they come out to eat. She dropped each of us on a stand and left. About 30 minutes later out comes a small sow. She crossed behind the wallow and headed towards Jacob, aka SIL. I let him know she was coming at a trot and waited. About 15 minutes later out comes the whole sounder with this boar in charge. He is the smaller of the 2 we are trying to cull. After milling about for what felt like forever he finally gave me a head on shot. One shot from my grendel with a 129gr sst and it was all over. Sadly the other one got away. Going out to look for him after daylight. I think the SIL gets a little nervous when I am around. He does a good job when I am gone. In other words he shot but didn't drop his pig. This is him in the pictures. 6'2 about 260 lbs so you have perspective.
He weighed in at 248.
"And you shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.” John 8:32 (New King James Version)