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What about 7.62x54R? Or is that no good?
Works great.

Just be sure to use a quality hunting bullet rather than your surplus FMJs
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For BIG hogs...?

180-220 gr 30-06 out of an M1 Garand.




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.510dtc, might as well be sure.







Serious answer, .308/.30-06/.30-30, any of them should work just fine.
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Havent got 2 shoot a pig yet but just got a marlin 45-70 i think thats gona do the job
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300 Blackout is getting popular in Texas and 223 is still very common there and here. Remington just released their 223 Hog Hammer ammunition so you there must be a demand for it.

I'll use 223, 357 mag carbine, 308 or 12 ga depending on the type of hunting.
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Maybe someone else mentioned it and I didn't see it? Bullet construction plays a large part in determining caliber.
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I have seen pigs taken with all sorts of calibers.

My cousin's favorite is his Rem 700 in 243 which works great on most pigs we find in Monterey County.

My personal favorite is my Savage 270WSM that I have used with great effect on everything from little 120lb pigs all the way up to one that was over 450 lbs. At the same time, I have hit pigs in the spine right behind the head with the 270WSM, seen them go down, only to have them try to chase me as I get closer to collect and dress them.

I have seen 30-30 lever guns drop 250lbs pigs in their tracks, but I have also seen them fail to penetrate the cartilage plate on same 450lb boar mentioned above.

I have also seen (and by the way I do not condone this at all) my brother break down and kill a 160lb pig with a 17HMR and an excited miniature Australian Shepard because it was all he had and the pig was destroying one of our artichoke fields (FYI we had a depredation permit).

I guess the point in all of this is that pigs can be taken with many calibers. However, using even some of the larger calibers and good shot placement you can find yourself on the wrong end of an angry pig. So, hunt, have a good time, but be careful at the same time.
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Phased plasma in the 40 watt range.
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45\70 govt. are fun
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Did not read all the post but to answer the question of this thread I'm pretty sure they all use 9mm.
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I would get a semi auto if you can.

I've never hunted anything before but have seen videos of those things taking a bullet and going for another 10 min, and at the same time I've seen them mess people up. Those 2 together is a bad combo. Again if legal I'd look into a big caliber semi for that just in case. I wouldn't not want to have to manual cycle with one of them pissed off with you in their sights.
.270 bolt. A p##### off adversary is the only way to hunt. Almost as much fun as an armed one, that's another story.
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Haven't had the opportunity to hunt in CA so I don't know the laws.
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For pig hunting in CA...

Need a hunting license and a wild pig tag.

Pigs are in season all year round and there is no bag limit on them.

Pigs can be taken using:
Centerfire rifle
Blackpowder rifle/musket
Centerfire handgun with minimum 4" barrel length
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Ill be using my 308 gas gun.
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They are just pigs not Dinosaurs. They are taken with everything from a 22 Hornet all the way up to a 50. Hell some idiots kill them with knives and spears.
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308/30-06 will get the job done.

IBT "I killed a 1,000 hog with a 22LR" crowd
So will 7mm Rem Mag.
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So will 7mm Rem Mag.
So will a .270 pushing a 130 gr or 140 gr or even 150 gr bullet which is my choice for all-around hunting.
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So will a .270 pushing a 130 gr or 140 gr or even 150 gr bullet which is my choice for all-around hunting.
Yes.
That is what you want.
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The caliber debate is moot, since really, it's all about what backup sidearm your bringing. We all know that unless you shoot the pig in the head with a .338 LM or bigger it's going to find you and charge. What what sidearm is best? Sure .44 mag is good but you only get 6 bullets, seems like a septuple tap of .50AE would be more appropriate.
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A hog will fall to a well placed 22. Well placed is a matter of a shooters ability. Will a 22-250 kill a hog? 243? Yes!!! Are most hunters able to place a pristine shot under pressure? A larger caliber will help with a poor shot to a point. Given range and projectile weight, anything from a 30-30 thru a 375 h&h will be just fine. As a hunter you owe it to your prey to give it a swift clean death. Why mess with a smaller caliber?
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The caliber debate is moot, since really, it's all about what backup sidearm your bringing. We all know that unless you shoot the pig in the head with a .338 LM or bigger it's going to find you and charge. What what sidearm is best? Sure .44 mag is good but you only get 6 bullets, seems like a septuple tap of .50AE would be more appropriate.

Everyone who knows anything knows that to really ensure you kill a hog you set up a kill box bounded by Claymores and have a SAW or M60 to cover it. And of course you call in mortar fire after wards but they still might live long enough to eat you and your children
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I've killed pigs with 7mm Weatherby Mag, .300 Savage, .444 Marlin and my Ruger Super Redhawk in .44 Mag(if close). I enjoy using my Marlin .444 the best with a 265 gr. Soft Point, Flat Nose bullet.
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I've killed pigs with 7mm Weatherby Mag, .300 Savage, .444 Marlin and my Ruger Super Redhawk in .44 Mag(if close). I enjoy using my Marlin .444 the best with a 265 gr. Soft Point, Flat Nose bullet.
.444 Marlin will do the job, just dnt like the idea of the round jamming. Had one and thats all im gonna say about the Marlin.
Mosin with 180-200 gr. will knock them down and they aint gettin up.

Weather is improving so get ready to get one or two. Nice pic of the pig. You dont want shoot them a second time.
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As some people with hunting experience mentioned here, caliber is the secondary thing,SHOT PLACEMENT is a must, I saw hogs running away with 300 winmag in them and saw them drop in the spot from 5.45x39 . Pigs are tricky bastards , always on the move , when I hunt them at close(40-150 yards) range AK 47/SKS is perfect for me(some times they'll charge,so the semi is a plus), long shots i use several calibers(6.5X55SE,308,300win,762X54R)
as long as i am sure i can make a head shot at 200-300 yards(if you wound pig at these range,good luck looking for it ).
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Marlin 30-30 has been my pig gun of choice for 30+ years. Short lever action is a big plus.
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It all comes down to what type of terrain your hunting in.
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Just what you see on the shelf, buddy.

Hah!

I think .338 federal is pretty neat on paper and because it's Federal's first own cartridge. If you're not a reloader .308 or maybe .300 Win Mag might be better choices.

I'd go with the Savage 'hog hunter' with those requirements OP.
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Hey, just what you see, Pal. (and fixed it for ya by adding the word "rifle".)
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And I guess the answer is .308-caliber AR-10. At least in North Carolina.
Hunter bags 500-pound wild boar you have to see to believe
'It takes your breath away for a second to realize how big this hog is,' hunting club owner says


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And I guess the answer is .308-caliber AR-10. At least in North Carolina.
Hunter bags 500-pound wild boar you have to see to believe
'It takes your breath away for a second to realize how big this hog is,' hunting club owner says


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Yep he is a big boy, but man when guys will stop make thous 6 feat away pics
my daughter got 480LB hog few years back ,PSL ,150gr X54R ,lots of bacon !!


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I don't hunt but it's my understanding that Copper ammo is required so that would play a role for me when selecting a Caliber and I would be leaning towards 30-06 or larger.
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I don't hunt but it's my understanding that Copper ammo is required so that would play a role for me when selecting a Caliber and I would be leaning towards 30-06 or larger.
Depends on where you are hunting. Using your logic, any 30cal would be fine since, there is the largest selection of lead free bullets in .308 (not .310) out there.
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