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Playing with Camera in Blind

Took these photos last year while pig hunting in Texas. The quality isn’t the best, but that’s not the point. I have seen many people take exquisite photos through rifle scopes. Since the action was dull, I decided to pass the time by seeing what I could do? Is it easy or hard? As you can see, I didn’t do …

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Benefits of a Sandbag with Rifles

This is a little trick I picked up quite a while ago. I always have 2 little “sandbags” with me when I am doing precision rifle work. Doesn’t matter if I am hunting pigs in Texas. Deer in the Midwest. Or shooting 1000 yards from one ridge to the next with a “tactical” rifle. These two sandbags are present. It’s …

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Riding The Ranch

One of my favorite past times is reconnaissance. I’m weird like that. I’m a natural patroller. So when we show up to hunt a new ranch, I thoroughly enjoy getting the lay of the land. On foot. Jeep. Or even by air. It’s always enjoyable to go on a “walk-about”. At least for me anyway. These pics are from a …

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Hams In The Cooler

While down in Texas this spring, we shot some pigs. As many of you are aware, Freeze processes all our meat in house. Here is the sausage hanging in the Freezer before it was quartered and driven to Freeze’s house. BTW…he and some fellow hunters are eating some of this smoked pork today while trying to bring down some deer …

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Safari Seat Hunting

Not really sure what to actually call this, so I am giving it my best attempt. While pig hunting in Texas, I got to do something I have never personally experienced before. Sitting on raised seats on the edge of an open field. In this particular case, we were on the back of a “mule”. But this outfitter also had …

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44 Mag Backup

Not all backup guns are pocket rockets. Like they say, the right tool for the job. And a J-farme snub defiantly doesn’t rate in this article. This is a 44 magnum revolver a fellow hunter was toting around as his BUG while looking for “Hogzilla”. He must have been clairvoyant. Because two days later, we all had to go into …

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Pork For The Smoker

Freeze is about to buy a smoker for the company. We wishes to use it on opening day for deer to feed all our fellow hunters pig from Texas. I’m on board. Here is the 80lb pig I shot in Texas. Along with a 230lbs boar. We will be having quite the ho-down opening day, 2016. BTW…the Rifle is the …

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Pig Hunting Accommodations

Since UnderArmor decided to come out against hunting, this is a good time to get this article off my to-do list. A group of us went pig hunting down in at a 3000 acre ranch in Texas and these were the accommodations. One member of our tribe is retired and likes to travel well-heeled. So…I had to toughen-up and get …

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The Pulled-Pork Express

Had some inquiries about the pig hunt. Specifically in the article “Pig Processing”. Freeze makes a references to “Taking the company trailer” to bring as many pigs home as possible. So here is a photo of the “Pulled Pork Express”. Crew-cab truck. Double-axel trailer. Secured and hardened truck-bed cover. Big V8 Engine to pull it all. We easily could have …