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 Post subject: Helicopter hog hunting..
PostPosted: Fri Dec 18, 2009 7:11 am 
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..type this in You-tube search....Dude hang'n out a Chopper w/ AR15 shoot'n feral hogs in TX & get'n paid to do it. Dude is a good shot. Read where TX is try'n to pass a law to let people "pay" to do it. If I wasn't afraid of fly'n I'd like to try it!! LOL CYA

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PostPosted: Fri Dec 18, 2009 11:00 am 
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Just make sure you spit real hard ........ I imagine baky-juice and rotar downdraft could get kinda messy. :-?

p.s. Have you shot an AR yet??????? I got to get me one (but something bigger than .223). The spring in the stock takes a little getting used to when you shoot it, but eventually you never notice it. I took Dad's, in .223, on a hog hunt last winter after some small hogs and piglets ...... reloaded Hornady Vmax bullets do a number on small hogs :wink:

I still prefer to shoot them with the bow :thumbs_up:

p.s. Have you seen the Night-hunts with night scopes for hogs????? Google/uTube that :thumbs_up:


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