DNS - It was another successful hunt and thanks for the invitation!
Here are a couple of added viewpoints for the hunt to add to the well produced video you made.
All Quality Assurance shots were done "on the hoof" i.e. two shooters 1 hog, there were no additional QA shots necessary which speaks to the effectiveness of this approach. While we did this inadvertently (took the shots available to us) I did feel the need to mention QA based on our last hunt
The malfunctions - well.... On the ride out to hunt I may have jinxed myself by telling you how absolutely fantastic this specific rifle has been operating, I believe I actually stated it is cycling like butter (hot knife through butter). So the first malfunction should have been a MAJOR red flag but I didn't think much of it. When clearing the second malfunction (after the 3rd boar) on our way to get the group I changed magazines and again experienced a stoppage. Bottomline, I shouldn't have assumed the gun would behave any differently after the first malfunction and short of a field strip I should have inspected further - it did end up effecting my ability to hunt as seen in the video thereafter - lesson learned.
Lastly, you're on a roll my friend - your shots and hunting methods are excellent and I always come away learning from our hunts!