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Originally posted by ShadowAngel85
reply to post by FuGGer
Why? If they're a threat for anyone, it's better to kill them off.
That scope looks really great and i would certainly like to try it out killing some hogs
You should see a wild boar die 'Au natural' after another boar has sliced his side open with one of his upper canines during a mating disagreement. The 'sliced' hog running around with part of his guts dragging on the ground, trying to get away from his rival, the rival intent on finishing the job he started. Maybe you should hang around to watch the victor EAT the loser once he gets him down and keeps him there.
Originally posted by april1
there were some pigs that did not seem to die instantly while being shot at. they really showed some severe suffering and struggling. the hunter could have shot them again to redeem them. unnecessary cruelty to animals.
the scope is obviously pretty deadly in the right hands. poor pigs. i hope theyre in pig-heaven now, where its really nice for them.
Originally posted by MR BOB
also why does he chase the running pig with the scope. insted of quickly putting it a few meters infront of it and let it run into the crosshairs.
This approach to wildlife management is very professional and definitely satisfies our Georgia farmers and plantation owners.