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Very nice! Glad the loads worked so nicely from an sbr.



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Memories that will last a lifetime. Looks like a good time. Congrats
 
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very nice...

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Nice kills man. Those will definitely eat well.

Blackouts can definitely do well on hogs. I popped a 100 lb sow in the left shoulder and it exited through the right butt cheek last year at 90 yards with my 12.5" suppressed SBR.

Was pretty impressed even though she wasn't a huge pig.


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Excellent family time and bacon, ham and sausages up next. Great photos, thanks for sharing.


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Thank you guys for all the kind words. I cooked up the tenderloin and backstraps for dinner this evening. Boy was it tasty.





 
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That definitely works, probably make for some good breakfast too if anything was left.


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Dang that looks good. Family hunts are the best, especially when you can cook it up and enjoy it again.

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That looks like a hella of a fine day. Awesome photos. Thanks, fo the report.

Was the bullet subsonic? Man that food, awesome.
 
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That looks like a hella of a fine day. Awesome photos. Thanks, fo the report.

Was the bullet subsonic? Man that food, awesome.


Thanks. The bullet is a 125gr Speer TNT loaded to 1950fps. It should work pretty good on deer as well.
 
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awesome. I have thought about a sbr 300blk suppressed. This makes me give it a second look.
 
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Looks like you guys had a blast! Those plates look delicious too... as if I didn't eat enough yesterday!


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Well done !

Good times for all ...


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Nice! Hope to do this someday.
 
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And now I’m hungry.

Sweet rifle.


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This little piggy went wee, wee, wee all the way to the dinner table.

Nicely done.

Are wild hogs a problem in your area, as they are in Texas?
 
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This little piggy went wee, wee, wee all the way to the dinner table.

Nicely done.

Are wild hogs a problem in your area, as they are in Texas?


I’m in Florida and they are a huge nucience. There are very few rules when it comes to hunting them.
 
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I cleaned and packaged all the meat today. This was to only part of the bullet that I found in the animal. That Speer 125 worked perfectly.

 
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I’m in Florida and they are a huge nucience. There are very few rules when it comes to hunting them.

In that case, I suggest more hunts are in the order.

Bring on the bacon
 
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Lucky guy! Great chance to spend time with the family, hunt, and enjoy the harvest. It doesn’t get any better. Congratulations.


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