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Old 04-18-2010, 09:15 AM   #1
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Default How to kill a pig-Please post kill shots

Ok. I am tired of all my pigs getting away. I know that the best shot is a quartering away shot, but I have also seen lots of other kills shots that were just above the leg (lungs?).

Can you guys please post your pictures of pig kill shots (bow and arrow only) so I can get a good feel for where I should be aiming.

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Old 04-18-2010, 09:26 AM   #2
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The heart and lungs sit real low and forward on a hog. I always tell people to aim for the "elbow" on a broadside hog. The heart is just aboveand behind the elbow. I will see if I can find the hog kill zone pic I have and post it here. If the hog is hard quartering away I put the arrow in right behind the last rib and it usually exits behind the off shoulder hitting lungs and sometimes the heart.

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Old 04-18-2010, 09:26 AM   #3
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Pictures will not do much good for you....the best thing is to get them closer to you for a good shot, 20 yards max, 15 or closer is better....aim behind the shoulder and lower than mid body.....good luck.
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Old 04-18-2010, 09:26 AM   #4
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My 12 year old says his favorite sure kill spot is right behind the ear with no matter what you are hunting with.....he favors muzzys at 20 yards
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Old 04-18-2010, 09:30 AM   #5
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I always go back to what our fearless leader once said...aim so low that you think you might have missed them. I've had the best luck with low shots on hogs. High double lung shots never end well for me. I've found a few that still ran 300 yards with good double lung pass through shots. Stick with the low shot, especially when hunting from the ground.
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this one only went about 45 yards and piled up. The shot was from about 8' off the ground.
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Old 04-18-2010, 09:41 AM   #7
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i prefer about five inches back but this will do the trick if their leg is stepping back. if you can hit here, they wont run far at all. and tracking will be easy
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Old 04-18-2010, 09:42 AM   #8
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as others have noted, aim low .... right at the arm pit crease ; where shoulder attaches to body

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Ugly hunter.....pretty shot
The hog made it to the bushes at the top of the screen. 30-40 yds.

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Quartering away, near leg forward. Arrow in low just behind near elbow and out just in front of off side leg. Never had 1 go over 25yds with that shot.
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This one only went 30 yards...300 lbs boar...drilled his heart with a Rage 2-Blade


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Here ya go, Hogdude:

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Old 04-18-2010, 11:06 AM   #13
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Everyone here is telling you the correct shot.AIM FOR THE ELBOW or slightly above it. Any arrow that is placed between the elbow and 3" to 4" above the elbow is going to kill quickly with a short trail. I aim for this area and it has worked well with me. You need to be shooting a good broad head that will perform well on BONE, because chances are you're going to end up in the leg bone at some point. Make sure your shooting a large cutting head also. I like Striker Magnums and Shuttle "T" loks.

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Old 04-18-2010, 11:34 AM   #14
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My 12 year old says his favorite sure kill spot is right behind the ear with no matter what you are hunting with.....he favors muzzys at 20 yards
same here!
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Old 04-18-2010, 11:45 AM   #15
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Everyone here is telling you the correct shot.AIM FOR THE ELBOW or slightly above it. Any arrow that is placed between the elbow and 3" to 4" above the elbow is going to kill quickly with a short trail. I aim for this area and it has worked well with me. You need to be shooting a good broad head that will perform well on BONE, because chances are you're going to end up in the leg bone at some point. Make sure your shooting a large cutting head also. I like Striker Magnums and Shuttle "T" loks.

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What he said.

See my avatar picture. Down 15 or so yards from point of impact. However, as said above, you may not be able to use your broad head again. My Muzzy was trashed after that shot. Impact was a couple inches little lower than I wanted.
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Old 04-18-2010, 12:11 PM   #16
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Old 04-18-2010, 12:17 PM   #17
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I always aim a little low, this guy was quartering away just a little, he made it about 15 yards.

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Ok. I am tired of all my pigs getting away. I know that the best shot is a quartering away shot, but I have also seen lots of other kills shots that were just above the leg (lungs?).

Can you guys please post your pictures of pig kill shots (bow and arrow only) so I can get a good feel for where I should be aiming.

Thanks,
Hey Juan,
Shooting from my tree stand(15ft), I generally place my arrow shot behind the shoulder. The arrow penetrates at a downward angle and strikes the vitals. Both hogs seen here only ran about 20yrds before dropping.

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Old 04-18-2010, 02:00 PM   #19
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I shot this boar yesterday.... HE was slightly quartered toward me.... Shot was from about 8' off the ground.... Broadhead was sticking out just behind his elbow...ran 80-100 yards ( dull broadhead tho I had already shot 2 animals with it, so with a good sharp broadhead like I SHOULD have been using it think it would have blown through him and he would have died quicker). The end results was all the same KAP
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Old 04-18-2010, 02:12 PM   #20
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Heres' a few more pics for ya.

Here is a pic from a small pig with a left side entrance from a Muzzzzzzzzzy 3-blade 100. You can see the foreleg just to the left of the wound and the sturnum directly below it. Above the wound is the shoulder blade.

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Here is a pic of the same small pig with the exit on the right side of the pig. The foreleg is behind my hand and the shoulder blade is above the wound.

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Here is a hanging pic of the same carcus. Looking closely, you can se the wound behind the shoulder/foreleg and below the shoulder blade. (sorry about the quality of the pic).

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Here is another of a larger pig with the entrance side showing. There was no exit at 12 yards witha slightly down angle. But the arteries above the heart were severed as well as both lungs peirced. He ran 70 yards before crashing from a Muzzzzzzzzy MX-4. Weighed 340 lbs on the scale, live weight (or dead weight if you wish ).

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Old 04-18-2010, 02:38 PM   #21
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I'm with the aim low right on the elbow crowd.

I hit this one higher than I like, but the snuffer took all the plumbing off the top of the pumper.

This boar weighed 245 and didn't make it 70 yards. I think the scale might have cheated me a few pounds!





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Old 04-18-2010, 03:28 PM   #22
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Just like in my avatar,get all up in that front end. I've also killed alot of big hogs with a flank shot when they would'nt give me anything else.
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Just like in my avatar,get all up in that front end. I've also killed alot of big hogs with a flank shot when they would'nt give me anything else.
Hey Night Threat, what did that one weigh?
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Old 04-18-2010, 04:33 PM   #24
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I hunt in thick brush, ten steps and their out of sight. If you don't get blood within twenty yards, it's going to be a long night. The smaller hogs 100 lbs or less not so much of a problem. They don't seem to run as fast and as far as a bigger hog. The bigger hogs it seems like they can cover 50 yards in a second. If you don't make them bleed right now. A high shot seems to take just a little longer for them to start pumping. I shoot them as low as I can.
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Old 04-18-2010, 05:04 PM   #25
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Badger,I guessed him at about 260 on the hoof.These hogs stay around the bull pens alot,so there alittle thicker than other places.That boar you shot is alot of hog for true brush country.
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Just put it below the ear and let her rip....
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i posted his up on a similar thread on THF...

i prefer a quartering away shot low and in the rear of the rib cage..it gets in easy and usually exits the far shoulder if it can make it through (if not my Montec stay in there and cuts up vitals)

here is a video of my preferred shot placement

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Old 04-18-2010, 06:36 PM   #28
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lately the shots have been from about 1ft to 2 ft away... Either right behind the ear or right in the top of the head...

Although I havent done much hog "hunting" lately. Just trapping. and the shot depends on if I have my 22 pistol that day or not. If not its right into the head with my always on me 44.

I know this doesnt help you so I wont post pics
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i posted his up on a similar thread on THF...

i prefer a quartering away shot low and in the rear of the rib cage..it gets in easy and usually exits the far shoulder if it can make it through (if not my Montec stay in there and cuts up vitals)
Great shot brother! Your video shows good shot placement. Way to waite for the right shot.
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Between the eyes!! Drops em in their tracks

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I like this^ shot
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Old 04-18-2010, 08:27 PM   #32
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nice head shot ouch
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Between the eyes!! Drops em in their tracks

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Old 04-18-2010, 08:59 PM   #34
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Here is the preferred way to kill hogs....

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Here is one I shot Thursday evening. He didn't make it 40 yards and spewed blood out both sides when he was trying to escape. Not a perfect shot at all (a little higher than I would have liked) but it got the job done.
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Smart...that was AWESOME!!!!!!

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Old 04-18-2010, 10:13 PM   #37
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Cajun Blake's pics, should be the answer to your ?'s. & remember, Aim small, Miss small. good luck & do not forget some LDP's.
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great video brother smart

must be from somewhere in Ohio , i can tell from the trees


notice at 1:56 into the video, looks like 2 pigs run into one another near bottom middle of pen and knock themselves out
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Old 04-18-2010, 10:38 PM   #39
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omglmfao. smart that was the last think i saw coming. i was waiting for the arrow to come whizzing by and then ww3 let loose. that was great.
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omglmfao. smart that was the last think i saw coming. i was waiting for the arrow to come whizzing by and then ww3 let loose. that was great.
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LOL....that was actually a video of Fishndude's buddies....he posted it last year and I about jumped out of my seat when the gun went off. I was fully expecting a bow shot as well....I was seated up close to my monitor looking to see which one he shot and all hail broke loose.

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Smart that is greatness KAP
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An inch up from the front elbow and right behind the shoulder. Havent lost one yet shooting there.
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Here are a couple of mine to give you a Idea. Don't shoot a hog like a deer, you need the broadhead to get in between the shoulders and preferably in the lower half of the pig.
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Awesome shots and videos.

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<=== Please see my avatar at left. I'm with the 'aim for the shoulder' group.
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Either of these shots will work. First ran 40 yards. Second ran 10 yards.


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i wanna kill some javi's...makes me so jealous!

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My favorite shot is low behind the shoulder quartering away slightly. I have enough power to go through the vitals and completely break the shoulder/leg on the other side causing the hog to run in a short circle usually no more than 30 yds. works every time.
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