Cousin and I went hunting this weekend. We were going for deer, but a large group of Javalinas came running out and stopped at the feeder. Having an M14 in-hand and my cousin his M700 we executed a frame shoot on the first two, then i proceeded to take two more running. one sweet spot, one head shot, at 100 meters on the run.
you can see the before, and after pictures of the javalinas on the game cam. the one closest to the cam is mine. the one laying down further is my cousins, the two you see running in the photo were hit in rapid succession. we have thus reached our limit on javalina this year, lol.
Well, we head back to the house and theres still a bit of daylight left. its cloudy and raining, so I throw on my poncho, grab my 14 and head out back. i was out for no more than 5-10 min when i look down the hill and i see a group of large black hogs running from cover to cover. i take up a good kneeling firing position and have enough time to make a snap-shot on a mover at 150 M. push weapon onto fire with trigger finger, lead, track, squeeze BOOM- WHACK BOOM-- WHACK. minus one pig. next one, on the run at a dead sprint, lead, track, squeeze BOOM! whack! BOOM whack! - done. they were all on the move, all sweet spots. they are now a part of my freezer
Been waiting for a shot like that for years now. The last photo is of the two pigs.
So, this weekend we got 4 javalinas and 4 pigs total. good weekend id say
I heart my M14. DI2