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Lived here most of my life and have never seen one , Until 5 mins ago running by my window :eek: Did not know we had them , maybe so here in the sand-hills . In the Piedmont area of our state never . them suckers can be a "badass" Glad my pup was in the house
 

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Put a bullet in the damn thing. Those things are the worst nuisance.
 

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If he shows up again , It will get a Bullet , Your right Ron them things are something else not sure what it was after .
 

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I just watched a show not to long ago about how bad Wild bore are getting. Some states there are year round huntting on them.
 

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Boar =













Bore =




bore
1    [bawr, bohr] Show IPA verb, bored, bor·ing, noun

verb (used with object)
1.
to pierce (a solid substance) with some rotary cutting instrument.

2.
to make (a hole) by drilling with such an instrument.

3.
to form, make, or construct (a tunnel, mine, well, passage, etc.) by hollowing out, cutting through, or removing a core of material: to bore a tunnel through the Alps; to bore an oil well 3000 feet deep.

4.
Machinery . to enlarge (a hole) to a precise diameter with a cutting tool within the hole, by rotating either the tool or the work.

5.
to force (an opening), as through a crowd, by persistent forward thrusting (usually followed by through or into ); to force or make (a passage).

verb (used without object)
6.
to make a hole in a solid substance with a rotary cutting instrument.

7.
Machinery . to enlarge a hole to a precise diameter.

8.
(of a substance) to admit of being bored: Certain types of steel do not bore well.







Sorry guys, pet peeve.....lol
 

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LOL

Thanks.

Thread title fixed.

It's a peeve of mine too. I just didn't notice.

Another one I see here quite often when referring to exhaust is dual vs duel.
 

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If he shows up again , It will get a Bullet , Your right Ron them things are something else not sure what it was after .
Wow, he's not down yet.

Make a nice add on meal for Summer Blast! Ron, make him get that sucker ROFL!
 

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Wait.. so it IS a feral pig.
I though maybe Jon Lovitz or Carrot-top...
 

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LOL

Thanks.

Thread title fixed.

It's a peeve of mine too. I just didn't notice.

Another one I see here quite often when referring to exhaust is dual vs duel.
Or Brake vs. Break....lol

There, their, and they're is another one.....:cool:


Enough with the grammar hi-jack, back to the raw bacon....lol
 

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I say leave him alone... i mean after all we as humans moved onto his territory to begin with so we are actually the invaders. No need to kill him for trying to find food lol. Its like the people here in south dakota, They move 30 miles deep into the black hills but get mad and have the rangers kill a mountain lion when it strolls across their yard. Im like What?? You moved into its territory...Live at your own risk lol. just my opinion
 

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I say leave him alone... i mean after all we as humans moved onto his territory to begin with so we are actually the invaders. No need to kill him for trying to find food lol. Its like the people here in south dakota, They move 30 miles deep into the black hills but get mad and have the rangers kill a mountain lion when it strolls across their yard. Im like What?? You moved into its territory...Live at your own risk lol. just my opinion
Damn hippie...
Just kidding, I actually agree with you completely. It angers me when I see a bear hunt to keep them out of neighborhoods that weren't there 5 years ago. The bears don't know what's going on, they don't have supermarkets to get food in. They just want to survive, just like us.
 

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I say leave him alone... i mean after all we as humans moved onto his territory to begin with so we are actually the invaders. No need to kill him for trying to find food lol. Its like the people here in South Dakota, They move 30 miles deep into the black hills but get mad and have the rangers kill a mountain lion when it strolls across their yard. I'm like What?? You moved into its territory...Live at your own risk lol. just my opinion
Damn hippie...
Just kidding, I actually agree with you completely. It angers me when I see a bear hunt to keep them out of neighborhoods that weren't there 5 years ago. The bears don't know what's going on, they don't have supermarkets to get food in. They just want to survive, just like us.
Hardly a fair or even comparison with either mountain lions or bear. I see your points but, we're not talking about mountain lions or bear.

Wild boars AKA feral swine are NOT native to North America.
Wild boars are NOT cute friendly little pink piggies with curley tails.
Wild boars are NOT friendly to native plants or animals
Wild boars have NO natural predators
Wild boars breed more than any other large mammal in North America. They're like zombies and should be hunted as such! :tongue:
Wild boars are highly invasive and are nothing but a nuisance.

Wild boars are taking over the country! This is the 2009 distribution of the wild boar population in the USA.



Or check out the NFSMS for the most up to date map. Yea, there's an National database :eek: LOL :tongue:
 

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I'm 100% for hunting them in CA (the mean smells a little more strongly than farmed pork but tastes just the same)... I do find it amusing/sad though that CA demands a $15 tag on them.. plus the cost of a lead-free bullet >.22x caliber bullet if you are hunting in California Condor territory.

In comparison, friends in TX can hunt them with spotlights and ARs with 30 rd magazines.

6M wild pigs in the US.
They have multiple, large litters a year so the population growth is substantial
http://www.thewildlifenews.com/2013/05/05/way-out-of-control-feral-pigs/


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