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Old 10-13-2021, 09:38 PM   #1
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Just signed a contract for a new property an thereís a bit of a hog problem. Looking for a good rifle to take them all out with. Anyone know the best hog rifle/round. The rifle is going to be suppressed as well. Any suggestions on the best possible build for a mass murder of hogs???
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Old 10-13-2021, 09:53 PM   #2
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Just signed a contract for a new property an thereís a bit of a hog problem. Looking for a good rifle to take them all out with. Anyone know the best hog rifle/round. The rifle is going to be suppressed as well. Any suggestions on the best possible build for a mass murder of hogs???
The AR 223 I listed a bit ago 🥸

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Old 10-13-2021, 10:08 PM   #3
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Old 10-13-2021, 10:11 PM   #4
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my Grendel puts a whoppin on them
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Old 10-13-2021, 10:14 PM   #5
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Your hog control investment should be focused on night optics and not a type of gun. Start from there.
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Old 10-13-2021, 10:49 PM   #6
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well placed behind the ear and use anything you want from 22LR to 50bmg.. i prefer a light recoil round, expands fast..

I use my rem 700 in 223 and use 55grain vmax. done son.
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Been looking at that one actually. Doing some research about the .223 vs the .300 blackout. May be giving you a call in a month if itís still available. Thatís what gun started this thread
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Been looking at that one actually. Doing some research about the .223 vs the .300 blackout. May be giving you a call in a month if itís still available. Thatís what gun started this thread
Well, don't wait, act today lol

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well placed behind the ear and use anything you want from 22LR to 50bmg.. i prefer a light recoil round, expands fast..

I use my rem 700 in 223 and use 55grain vmax. done son.
Dad taught me that one when I was 8. Little bit of brain hanging out there on a 150 yard shot with a .223
Love to see what a 50bmg does to one of these though haha!
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Dad taught me that one when I was 8. Little bit of brain hanging out there on a 150 yard shot with a .223
Love to see what a 50bmg does to one of these though haha!
Absolutely love that!

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Well, don't wait, act today lol

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Wish I could but gotta close on the property first. Exploring my options in the meantime
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Old 10-14-2021, 12:31 AM   #12
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22-250 isn’t a bad round also. Use to not like it, than a buddy showed what it can do and it’s one of my favorite rounds now.
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Old 10-14-2021, 04:21 AM   #13
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If you truly want to put a dent in the hog population and their numbers are that high, a lone rifle will never get it done. Yes, it's fun to work on it, but shooting 1-3 here and there will just educate them. Now, if you're just looking for an excuse to buy a new rifle, "just because" works just fine
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Old 10-14-2021, 06:03 AM   #14
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Traps, thermals, calling, shooting still not going to help. Need to drop a nuke on the property to get rid of everything.


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Start off with a trap, and keep relocating it.......then make the move to a gun.
An AR will do the job nicely.
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Old 10-14-2021, 06:15 AM   #16
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As mentioned a bomb or maybe claymores is best.

I carry a suppressed bolt 223 most of the time. Its not that often you get a follow up shot with an AR thats not just throwing lead in the woods. But that doesnt bother me much really. I want to send them all to jesus and dont care how they get there.
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Old 10-14-2021, 06:22 AM   #17
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Agreed.

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Old 10-14-2021, 07:08 AM   #18
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If you truly want to put a dent in the hog population and their numbers are that high, a lone rifle will never get it done. Yes, it's fun to work on it, but shooting 1-3 here and there will just educate them. Now, if you're just looking for an excuse to buy a new rifle, "just because" works just fine
Ssshhhh🤫 donít let the wife find out
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A trap will get you a lot farther down the road as pertaining to hog controll
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Agreed.

Read my mind theyíre so hard to find for some reason though haha
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Old 10-14-2021, 07:22 AM   #21
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A trap will get you a lot farther down the road as pertaining to hog controll
Good to know, the owner included an old hog trap Iíll have to see if it still worksÖ thanks
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As mentioned a bomb or maybe claymores is best.

I carry a suppressed bolt 223 most of the time. Its not that often you get a follow up shot with an AR thats not just throwing lead in the woods. But that doesnt bother me much really. I want to send them all to jesus and dont care how they get there.
Spray and pray baby. One of those shots will hit eventually!!
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Old 10-14-2021, 07:28 AM   #23
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Spray and pray baby. One of those shots will hit eventually!!

oh, I been there plenty. Ear on the first round and aim at the blurs in the scope next
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Old 10-14-2021, 07:31 AM   #24
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We have been looking at one of these. I love the Jaeger Pro's but don't have that kind of money just laying around. I have also looked at building a remote operated system which is still a viable option but ran across the Pig Brig while doing some research and therefor considering it as well. I would likely just buy some old shrimp boat nets and make my own version of it to keep the cost down.

https://pigbrig.com/?gclid=Cj0KCQjwq...waArp5EALw_wcB

Anyway.....good luck with whatever you decide on and as far as a rifle, if it were me I would be putting a suppressor one of my AR's in either 223 or 300blk
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oh, I been there plenty. Ear on the first round and aim at the blurs in the scope next
Haha they canít run forever
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Old 10-14-2021, 07:34 AM   #26
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I've got a suppressed 300BO that does well enough, given reasonable distance. Still, I wish i would've gone AR10 (good ol' 308) or a larger cal in 15 platform.
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We have been looking at one of these. I love the Jaeger Pro's but don't have that kind of money just laying around. I have also looked at building a remote operated system which is still a viable option but ran across the Pig Brig while doing some research and therefor considering it as well. I would likely just buy some old shrimp boat nets and make my own version of it to keep the cost down.

https://pigbrig.com/?gclid=Cj0KCQjwq...waArp5EALw_wcB

Anyway.....good luck with whatever you decide on and as far as a rifle, if it were me I would be putting a suppressor one of my AR's in either 223 or 300blk
Interesting Iíve never seen a trap like that before. Good luck if you decide to go for the homemade version of it. Let us know how it goes
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I've got a suppressed 300BO that does well enough, given reasonable distance. Still, I wish i would've gone AR10 (good ol' 308) or a larger cal in 15 platform.
What are the downsides of the .300BO
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Old 10-14-2021, 07:36 AM   #29
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just signed a contract for a new property an thereís a bit of a hog problem. Looking for a good rifle to take them all out with. Anyone know the best hog rifle/round. The rifle is going to be suppressed as well. Any suggestions on the best possible build for a mass murder of hogs???:d
ar10 .308
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Old 10-14-2021, 07:36 AM   #30
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You will need to put out a couple traps.......and even that wont get rid of all of them. Like others have already mentioned, just about any type of firearm will work for getting rid of a couple at a time, and once you start shooting at them they will move to someone elses land for a little while, but they will be back. Trapping them is the only way to put a decent dent in the population.
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What are the downsides of the .300BO
I think a lot of folks don't like 300blk because they run subsonic ammo through a suppressor which significantly reduces the distance capability of the round (75-100yds). If you run standard ammo through a suppressor it performs well out to 200 yds. My 12yr old was ringing 4" steel free handed quick fire at 200 last time we shot with that setup.
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Start with a trap. Their effectiveness will decline the longer you use one. They can get trap smart in a hurry. After that switch to a rifle. When they figure that out you will have to go with thermal. After they figure that out you will have to go with dogs. They will not catch them all but they will get them off your place for a bit. At the end of the day you will always have hogs...........

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I'm not nearly as familiar with ballistics as some guys on here so take it for what its worth....

308 has significantly more power (around double the powder charge according to ballistic mag) and range. I've ear holed hundreds of pigs with no problem from the blind with the BO but my intended purpose was night hunting pigs. Ear hole one and then make several follow up shots as the others run off. IMO, I'd like a little more "oomph" on the marginal shots on the run.

Advantage of the BO was the easy conversion from 5.56 AR15. May not have to buy whole new gun and much lighter than AR10. Also the allure of subsonic ammo, which i thought id use much more. Regarding subs, just not enough "oomph" FOR ME at 100yds unless putting it in their ear. But to each their own...

Speaking of night hunting, just remembered i listed a Sniper Hog Light and AGM thermal mono (both like-new) in classifieds. I need to add some pics.
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Old 10-14-2021, 08:00 AM   #34
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Doesn't take nothing special to kill hogs, shot placement. Just get you a AR style so you can cut loose
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I'm not nearly as familiar with ballistics as some guys on here so take it for what its worth....

308 has significantly more power (around double the powder charge according to ballistic mag) and range. I've ear holed hundreds of pigs with no problem from the blind with the BO but my intended purpose was night hunting pigs. Ear hole one and then make several follow up shots as the others run off. IMO, I'd like a little more "oomph" on the marginal shots on the run.

Advantage of the BO was the easy conversion from 5.56 AR15. May not have to buy whole new gun and much lighter than AR10. Also the allure of subsonic ammo, which i thought id use much more. Regarding subs, just not enough "oomph" FOR ME at 100yds unless putting it in their ear. But to each their own...

Speaking of night hunting, just remembered i listed a Sniper Hog Light and AGM thermal mono (both like-new) in classifieds. I need to add some pics.
I used to hunt with a .308 and dropped deer on the spot at 200 yards. Only reason Iím not using that gun for hogs is it weighs almost 15lbs. Love the round but the rifle Iím shooting it out of is too heavy and not maneuverable. Also I am not very educated on the best suppressed round that can pack a good punch at 75 yards. The hogs tear up the food plots and I donít have many opportunities at long shots. Most will be fairly close (no very long shooting lanes)
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Start with a trap. Their effectiveness will decline the longer you use one. They can get trap smart in a hurry. After that switch to a rifle. When they figure that out you will have to go with thermal. After they figure that out you will have to go with dogs. They will not catch them all but they will get them off your place for a bit. At the end of the day you will always have hogs...........

Good luck.

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Sadly I know I canít get rid of them all but donít worry I will do my best haha. Hopefully they donít get too smart too quick
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I think a lot of folks don't like 300blk because they run subsonic ammo through a suppressor which significantly reduces the distance capability of the round (75-100yds). If you run standard ammo through a suppressor it performs well out to 200 yds. My 12yr old was ringing 4" steel free handed quick fire at 200 last time we shot with that setup.
Appreciate the info👍
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A big figure 6 trap with feeder is easy not too expensive and works.
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Rifle ain't going to do much, but sure is fun! Like some have said, a big trap is much more effective. If all else fails, just complain on TBH about the hogs.
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A big figure 6 trap with feeder is easy not too expensive and works.
This. Keep it wired open until they think they own it and then set it. Youíll put a hurtin on em pretty quick. Shoot em in the Ear Hole.
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This. Keep it wired open until they think they own it and then set it. Youíll put a hurtin on em pretty quick. Shoot em in the Ear Hole.
Sounds like a good plan
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.22 mag works just fine at 60 yards for me. I can shoot them from the porch and my wife never wakes up.
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Old 10-14-2021, 09:05 AM   #43
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A 6.5CM and about 10 tracking dogs should do the trick….
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Shoot em in the ear hole. No dogs needed.
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Been looking at that one actually. Doing some research about the .223 vs the .300 blackout. May be giving you a call in a month if itís still available. Thatís what gun started this thread
And I'm willing to break it up and sell individually

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I use a Weatherby Vanguard in 223 caliber. But, I trap 20 times more hogs than I shoot in the open and that's probably because I don't like hunting at night.
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I use a Weatherby Vanguard in 223 caliber. But, I trap 20 times more hogs than I shoot in the open and that's probably because I don't like hunting at night.
I would definitely be hunting at night and day as well. Let the kids have some fun shooting them. will take a look at trapping them too.
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