Ever wondered what it would be like to go hog hunting with a Barrett .50-caliber rifle? This guy in Texas actually did it.
In a battle between a 100-150-pound hog and a .50-caliber bullet with about 14,000 foot pounds of energy, the hog is going to lose every time.
I don’t think that hog even knew what hit it.
You can debate all day long whether or not this is ethical hunting. However, one thing is certain: it sure looks like loads of fun!
Unfortunately, shooting a hog with a Barrett .50 Cal probably destroys a lot of meat, which is one of the tasty side benefits to shooting a hog this size.
If you’re interested in seriously dealing with a feral hog problem while at the same time getting a good amount of pork out of the deal as well, hunting hogs at night with thermal optics or from a helicopter are other options.
Ready for a Texas hog hunt of your own? Check out Ox Hunting Ranch, which just so happens to have a .50 Cal hunting rifle option included on all of their hog hunts.
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