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Thread: HELO Hog Hunt Help

  1. #1
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    Nov 2006
    Akron, Ohio
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    HELO Hog Hunt Help

    Looking for information from those of you who may have taken a helicopter hog hunt. Location and Outfitter


  2. #2
    Join Date
    Aug 2006
    USA (Washington DC/Northern Virginia)
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    I am also interested. I have talked to some people on both the shooter side and outfitter side about this. There are details to consider like bringing your own gun or using the outfitter's guns.

    I know one place strongly suggested/required the use of a brass catcher for your AR so your brass doesn't get thrown into the helo or onto the pilots.

    Joe Mamma
    "Reliability above all else"
    NRA Certified Pistol and Rifle Instructor, Life Member
    Glock Certified Armorer
    Beretta & Sig Sauer Certified Pistol Armorer
    Colt Certified 1911 & AR-15/M16/M4 Law Enforcement Armorer

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    Oct 2010
    San Antonio, TX
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    Iíve done one before and canít recommend it enough. I donít know what outfitter was used, it was someone some farmers/ranchers we were working with hired to do some population control on their land. I used a Benelli M4 with 00 buck and thatís what I would recommend. It would be fun to use an AR but it would be much more difficult IMO. Shooting out of a moving helicopter is more difficult than I expected and using a shotgun was very helpful.

    Ended up taking down like 25 hogs and a few yotes when I went up


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