How to Boar Hunt with the AR 15 Semi Automatic is utterly Awesome to learn. There comes a time when you realize they do not make a gun that is too big for the Wild Genuine Boar. When you go the extra mile to learn how to boar hunt with the AR 15 you will be able to appreciate the tremendous firepower of the 458 SoCom. The Biggest Boars are cruising the hunting grounds. These Beasts of the forest spread fear by day and terror by night. Well the younger Boars sure are intimidated by the big “Alpha” Boars. The Alpha Beasts will do a little Boar Hunting themselves as they search for sows they also seek out any creature who will stand up to them.
when the Biggest Boars are Aggressive.
Boar hunting in the fall is unlike any other time of year. Each season has unique features it brings as well as weather. Fall is on of the best with the rut in full swing right when the leaves turn. The falling of leaves can either supply you with a silent forest floor for stalking or make each step sound like a gun shot echoing through the woods. The boar hunter must carefully choose every step as you stalk prey that just may hunt you back. Learning how to boar hunt during this beautiful time of year takes a special skill set. Patience becomes more crucial with so much land to see both for man and beast. Stalking prey like this you must use all cover available and know when to move. A fully guided hunt helps the hunter to quickly adapt and learn how to boar hunt these massive beasts.
The .458 Socom is a gun that is not a classic hunting rifle, but it really should be. The AR 15 platform makes for a time tested weapon with all the modern upgrades to keep it lethal in this day and age. A well equipped AR 15 in a larger caliber could arguably be one of the best boar hunting or even just hunting rifles available. The ability to fire as fast as you can pull the trigger is a feature not many weapons can offer. When Wild Boar Hunting these giant Boar, that extra rate of fire can be critical in up close situations.
This Boar Hunt started out on a cool fall day with the colors in full swing. The forest floor was heavily covered with leaves during this early October hunt. Spot and stalk was the method chosen to hunt down one of the Alpha Boars that was cruising the Great Northern Forest looking for love. The ability of this hunting technique helps to cover ground and familiarize yourself with the hunting area. A boar hunting tip not to forget is that the big boars like to stake out an area and keep the other boars away. You must take caution during this time of year, walking into a beasts lair unknowing can get you hunted right back.
As the morning spot and stalk progressed a large boar was spotted walking over a ridge. The hunters quickly pursued over the ridge to see this monster looking back with massive cutters on display. As the beast turned the Boar Buster was unleashed and let the Alpha have the full fury of a few quick shots. Giant Boar are extremely tough animals, and even the .458 Socom couldn’t take this giant boar down in one shot. In the end hunter prevailed and took home some serious bacon on a successful pig hunt.
Frank had brought with him a weapon customized for a task – Busting Big Boars. When you are well equipped and learn how to boar hunt and stalk these beasts you become truly lethal. This Boar Hunter mastered these skills and got a wild boar hunt of a lifetime. Frank’s only problem was that he wasn’t sure he ever wanted to leave.
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