Is .223 enough gun for hogs? The proof is in the pig.

.223 for hog hunting

Does the .223 caliber have enough mass and punching power to effectively kill a wild boar? This question has been debated for years. Countless hunting articles have been published imploring hunters to switch to a bigger hunting caliber. It’s been Continue reading Is .223 enough gun for hogs? The proof is in the pig.

When Secondary Becomes Primary – Real World Tactical Advantage Hunting with a Sidearm

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Close Quarters Hog Hunting is an exciting adrenaline filled experience, but there is always the remote chance it can be the scariest time in a hunter’s life. Funny how often those two elements show up together…  Lots of dedicated hunters Continue reading When Secondary Becomes Primary – Real World Tactical Advantage Hunting with a Sidearm

Close Quarters Hog Hunting (CQHH) “Ready”

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It was a clear cool morning in South Florida, just West of Lake Okeechobee.  The moon shed little light in the sky which provided our hunting group a beautiful view of the stars and their constellations.  Almost an omen, Orion, Continue reading Close Quarters Hog Hunting (CQHH) “Ready”