that pill should really mess up hogs day.
I've also shot the Woodleigh 215-grain round nose of tiger killing fame, and it is crazy what they do to a large hog. It will pick them up and dump them several feet downrange. I had it do that to a large hog and kill another large hog that was back in the brush 40 yards, that I didn't see. Before it killed that hog, the Woodleigh killed a mesquite 10 yards in front of the distant hog. The first hog was at 70 yards and the second out of sight hog was at 110 yards. All three, including the mesquite (cut it clean off the stump), where DRT.
The cast bullet isn't a slouch in this regard either. I'm casting with a 60/40 linotype/wheel-weight alloy that I water quench which settles in at 29 BHN. I had a hog enter a feeder pen and at the shot, the 31-210H hit the tee-post (70-yards) but held together and remained stable hitting the hog at POA. It picked the hog up and dumped it dead.
I never really "got" the 303 British until I bought one and did a chamber cast for cast bullets. It has a very long throat to accommodate heavy, for caliber, bullets. It is a super cast bullet rifle as it's max chamber pressure matches what a gas checked, water quenched bullet can work with.
That Woodleigh is a near a buck each, the cast bullet less than a nickel.