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Video: Top 10 Best Shots – Pig Hunting

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The 3-minute video uploaded by kanas.Arabe.Tv features a collection of top 10 shots of wild boar or pig hunting. It seems to be a popular video having had more than 2 million views to date.


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The first shot was at close range and in the cover of lush bushes. It is evident that the hunter was trying to blend in the scenery with a piece of plant sticking out his hat. Though the shot was close range, his gun had a scope.

The second and third shots were similar in nature, as they were both of shots made when the wild boar was running across a forest road. At both times, the boar was shot as it neared the opposite side of the road. And both looked like it was shot from far away because you couldn’t see the shooter in the screen.

The fourth shot was at a crossroads and was closer because you can clearly see the position of the hunter. He was standing and looks like he’s been waiting for the wild boar to appear. He was able to kill the animal with a single shot.

“Though the shot was close range, his gun had a scope.”

The fifth best shot was unlike the previous ones because the pig was hiding in the woods. It took three shots from the hunter to kill the pig because of its size. The sixth shot was in a clearing near a small stream. Again, it looked like the hunter was waiting for the pig to pass by and was also far away. The pig was taken down with one shot.

The seventh best shot was also in a clearing in the woods, but the shooter looked very far away. The eight shot was similar in distance to the seventh, but this one was taken while the pig was crossing the forest road. For both shots, it only took one bullet, which says a lot about the hunter’s skills being that the shot was made from far away and the target was at a full run.

The ninth shot was pretty interesting and exciting because the pig was running towards the hunter. It started far until it was about 10 feet from the hunter. What was difficult about this was the pig was at first hidden by the bushes, but as soon as it came in the clearing, the second shot found its mark.

The last shot was also close as you can see the position of the shooter relative to the pig. It only took one shot to kill this boar.

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