People in one neighborhood are being attacked in their own yards by wild hogs. A suppressor, a crossbow, even putting some spikes in the end of that bat, and you have some bacon coming to you.

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Michael · November 30, 2022 at 9:26 am

Self-inflicted problems for liberals and folks that live near them. Just like feral “Shopper” that steal from their high-end stores with impunity.

I bet if you “Harmed those poor mostly peaceful” hogs they would CALL the Police on you.

BTW as someone that has hunted wild Hogs don’t play around. A spiked club makes you their NEXT Meal. Trust me with that.

True but shortened story I was a cap and ball 44 backup to two bowhunters for wild hogs. 2 broadheads HITS put ALL of us up a tree while the hog tried to play Paul Bunyon. The swaying of the tree I still got 3 maybe 4 44’s in the hog. Hog wandered away eventually AFTER destroying the dropped bows and gear.

    Divemedic · November 30, 2022 at 9:43 am

    My spiked club reference was because of the man in the article who claimed to be carrying a baseball bat for protection from the hogs.

Michael · November 30, 2022 at 11:22 am

Darwin Award in progress

Just like replacing Police with Social Workers to Deesculate gang members.

    Divemedic · November 30, 2022 at 11:30 am

    LOL True

Anonymous · November 30, 2022 at 12:37 pm

I own a .45-70 revolver that should be good against wild hogs. I’ve heard it said that a 30-30 is light for hogs; my thought is a .45-90 should work just fine.

Wild hogs are nothing to fool around with.

    Don Curton · November 30, 2022 at 2:12 pm

    the 30-30 is typically loaded with a soft-nosed, flat-faced bullet that is very good for light skin game such as the white tail deer. Hogs, on the hand, have a very thick and hard hide, underneath is a thick layer of fat. The 30-30 rounds will mushroom early and fail to penetrate, thus are not considered good hog rounds. One could conceivably hand-load the 30-30 with some blunt nose full jacket bullets instead. If you use cast bullets, use very hard cast lead in order to get the penetration you need. The shooter above with the cap-n-ball pistol likely hit the hog but failed to get any deep penetration.

Beans · November 30, 2022 at 1:09 pm

There’s this thing called a ‘boarspear’ that, surprisingly, works well against boar and hog. Long-blade with a cross guard to keep the damned beast from pushing up the shaft and killing the spear-bearer.

Back in the days, killing a boar single handed was a test of strength for becoming a knight in some circles.

Boar spear, light field cannon, coach gun, don’t mess with hogs and boars.

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