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Before and after #7747862 02/17/20 12:23 AM
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I may just shoot little ones from now on. Marinade in wine, teriyaki and a few other things. Smoke for 2 hours over pecan finished in oven for 5hours over beer

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How many did you have to get for that much pulled pork

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That is one side. I cut it with a sawzall right down the center of the back bone. I got maybe 5 to 7 pounds of pulled pork off the side. Man it is moist and flavorful.


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For my wild pork marinade, 1 litre of ginger ale, 1 bottle of allegro hot and spicy marinade. Those small ones are the best! I like to smoke em whole!


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Very nice! The little ones are also easier to haul off!


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Looks good to me!

For some reason my rifle always seems to shoot at the largest available hog. Not sure why that happens …

Still, the ol' meat grinder is a great equalizer — they all come out the same.

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What caliber is that? My son has the Texan .308 and the .457.
Want to get him on a hog with the .457. He is shooting the 350gr hollow point in that one.


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This one is a customized .257 Condor. My other gun is a Texan LSS .308. NSA 128 Gr. Hollow points work really well out of the .308. He can take down a hog with either one.


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