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Boar Bonanza #8129066 01/14/21 04:13 PM
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It's always fun when you walk into the first field and see a decent boar right away! Hunted a 50 acre wheat field last night and killed 7 (4 of which were lone boars that just kept coming out)

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Re: Boar Bonanza [Re: texjitter] #8129076 01/14/21 04:22 PM
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Big ol' nasty hog!

Re: Boar Bonanza [Re: texjitter] #8129091 01/14/21 04:40 PM
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Nice boar. What Monocular are you using?

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Re: Boar Bonanza [Re: texjitter] #8129103 01/14/21 04:52 PM
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Sounds like a good night!


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Re: Boar Bonanza [Re: texjitter] #8129309 01/14/21 07:34 PM
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It looks like you use a PVS14/IR laser combo. How do you like the set up and is there anything that you'd do differently?


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Re: Boar Bonanza [Re: texjitter] #8129314 01/14/21 07:40 PM
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Good pig. Looks like he took a number of shots to bring him down.

Re: Boar Bonanza [Re: texjitter] #8129357 01/14/21 08:16 PM
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Is that your tire gauge in the hog's mouth?

Nice pig.

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Re: Boar Bonanza [Re: texjitter] #8129602 01/14/21 11:41 PM
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Nice one sir

Re: Boar Bonanza [Re: texjitter] #8129759 01/15/21 01:42 AM
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Do you eat the boars, or just the sows? Neat pics.

Re: Boar Bonanza [Re: syncerus] #8134139 01/18/21 10:06 PM
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Originally Posted by syncerus
It looks like you use a PVS14/IR laser combo. How do you like the set up and is there anything that you'd do differently?


Yup just got this PVS 14 and laser last week. Had been using a Flir PTS233 thermal scope for the last year and just wanted to try something different. The monocular is mounted on a Team Wendy Exfil LTP bump helmet and the laser is a Dbal-A2. Definitely a fun way to shoot pigs but not being able to detect them from a long ways off is a pretty big drawback compared to thermal. I'd say its fairly effective seeing pigs at 100 yards but shooting them is better around 50

Re: Boar Bonanza [Re: LeonCarr] #8134140 01/18/21 10:06 PM
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Originally Posted by LeonCarr
Is that your tire gauge in the hog's mouth?

Nice pig.

Just my .02,
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