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Belt Fed

The hog from hell, 224 Valkyrie vs 400 pound hog

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15 minutes ago, Belt Fed said:

I can't do the 50 cal browning, but i can do the 30 cal browning.

Hell yeah, man - 1919...   :thumbup:

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On ‎11‎/‎26‎/‎2020 at 8:41 AM, blue109 said:

Damn! Thats a lot of bacon!

You got that right, I've still got a slab of side meat in the freezer, I need to make me some "chittlins"! Got porky burgers and sausage too, maybe even a ham roast..


On ‎11‎/‎26‎/‎2020 at 2:00 PM, unforgiven said:

Wow that's a biggin. Do you think .308 would have been a quicker put down? What state was this in?

Yes Sir! when you put hog's down at the packer, its a single .22 right behind the ear! But that skull plate, shiet just bounces off that damn thing.. my old man had an old sow "whoofin and huffin" at him, she had baby pigs, and she kind of come at him. He had a claw hammer and just whacked her good behind the ear, she dropped like a ton of bricks, I mean "lights out", it took her 10 minutes to come around, he thought he had killed her...

Don't get me wrong, my Dad was NEVER mean to animals or mistreated them, but that damn hog did NOT know who she was messing with...

Edited by billymagg

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