For what it's worth, in a game like hog hunting do what makes you happy. Talk to guys who hog hunt seriously or casually and you'll get every recommendation in the book. Use diesel corn, dont use diesel corn, hunt at night, hunt in the day, spot and stalk, call em in, watch a feeder, use a helicopter, use a spotlight, use dogs, use tannerite. There are a billion and one opinions, ways and methods for hog hunting. To me, that is kind of the beauty of a no season fairly restrictionless hunting animal. If you want to try a laser sight, slap that bad boy on there. Best case scenario you love having it and transform into a pig killing machine, worst case scenario you've got a cool new toy on your AR. Either way, you're out in the woods having a grand ol time. Just my two cents. Its all trial and error. From a feasibility standpoint, I would say assess the distances your shooting and see if a laser makes sense. My brother in law bought a laser pointer and when pigs showed up one guy was designated to hit the pigs with the laser pointer, sort of like a designated driver. Never hunted with him using this theory, and so the only evidence of this theory working are his stories.