While Alabama hunter and taxidermist Wade Seago was sitting at home on July 11, he wasn’t planning on much excitement.
But his quiet Tuesday afternoon turned into the biggest trophy hunt of his life… right in his front yard.
It all started when he heard his dog “Cruiser” going nuts out on the lawn. Then he heard his daughter screaming outside.
When he got out the door, he couldn’t believe his eyes.
An 820 lb wild hog with 6-inch tusks was staring him down in the yard. You can guess what happened next.
He pulled out his revolver – and shot 3 times and this beast fell.
At 12 yards away, it still took Seago three shots with his .38 to bring this beast down.
I don’t know about you, but I would’ve been pretty nervous after taking that first shot. The only thing more dangerous than a 820 lb wild hog is an injured 820 lb wild hog.
One shot with a .38 just makes an animal like this ticked off with nothing to lose.
Can you think of a firearm that would’ve done the job better?
You need the close range accuracy of a handgun with the unbridled stopping power of a high caliber cartridge. That’s how you get a safe one-shot kill on an animal like this.
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