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North east red river co rut #8423861 10/19/21 10:57 PM
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Went to deer woods this wknd to top off feeders, check cameras for pics and watch for deer Mostly just get away for the wknd. Eliminated a couple coyotes and some ground tearing up hogs. Saw bucks marking trees, making scrapes and playfully chasing does already. Thought it was a little early, but what I saw. Just a question, can you use fmj on hogs?? All I had were ballistic tips, hard to kill a hog with a 55 gr BTBT. But when they are charging towards you at 05:30(dark thirty), you utilize what you have at hand…..


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Re: North east red river co rut [Re: cm250] #8424042 10/20/21 01:52 AM
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You can use anything on hogs, FMJ won’t mushroom and will most likely go right through but an ear hole shot will still get it done

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Biggest hog I’ve ever personally seen killed (~275 lbs) was killed with a single 62 gr green tip to the chest from about 30-40 yds. Ran maybe 5-10 yds and dropped dead. Saw it happen.

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