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Old November 20, 2001, 12:48 AM   #1
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Glock 30 Hog

Well folks,

I finally harvested a wild hog with my G30! I had initially decided to use my 35 Remington to shoot the hog and use my G30 for backup. Lucky for me....and unlucky for the hog, I was presented with a great close range shot.

The 250lb Boar collapsed immediately from a running shot after being hit in the neck with one S&B 230gr FMJ. The bullet entered the right side of the neck and fractured the spinal column before passing completely through. The range was approximately 15yards.

Needless to say I am more than happy. Not only did I get the hog I wanted, but I used my Concealed Carry weapon to do so. There is nothing like doing something like that to build confidence in your weapon/caliber combination.

Good Shooting
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Old November 20, 2001, 12:52 AM   #2
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Nice shootin' Tex!!
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