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    Video: thermal hog hunting kill shot highlights pulsar trail XQ38

    Hey guys, itís been a while. Hunting took a backseat the past year or two, and making videos and being an active member on the forums came to a complete halt. But hopefully, moving forward Iíll be back at it, and yíall will be seein more of me on here. Anyways, i finally got around to makin this video. Itís a bunch of kill shots from the view of my Pulsar Trail XQ38. Happy New Years! https://youtu.be/7JBYS1ecUis


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    nice shooting.
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    I agree, these guys are good shooters...I wouldn't want them coming after my ass. I wouldn't have shot the fox, though...that's kinda jacked. If I were shooting with them, I would have objected fiercely to killing that animal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Byron View Post
    I agree, these guys are good shooters...I wouldn't want them coming after my ass. I wouldn't have shot the fox, though...that's kinda jacked. If I were shooting with them, I would have objected fiercely to killing that animal.
    Thanks yíall. Foxes usually get shot on site out there, because a lot of people nearby own chickens.


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    Um no.. Killing everything in sight for sport and then giggling about it like little bitches isn't my thing. I've seen enough death for one lifetime that I have no further desire to blast every creature within range. I now hunt only for those things that we'll eat. Until you've had your prey shooting back at you, you'll never understand..
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    Quote Originally Posted by BruteForce View Post
    Um no.. Killing everything in sight for sport and then giggling about it like little bitches isn't my thing. I've seen enough death for one lifetime that I have no further desire to blast every creature within range. I now hunt only for those things that we'll eat. Until you've had your prey shooting back at you, you'll never understand..
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    Hey, blakester

    I've watched many of these hog hunts at night with various brands thermal scopes.

    I don't know if it's just the video software or thats the actual image but it always appears to me when you acquire a target, the crosshair/dot is low on the animal.

    Is that the way it appears real time through your scope?
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    Hey good observation. Iíve noticed the same thing in other videos as well. I couldnít tell ya how or why it does that. My scopes are zeroed only 1.5Ē high at 100 yards and that definitely not enough to be noticeable on video.


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    I can see how killing the fox is cruel too, but coming from a farming family i see the necessity of population control. I did wince at the fox shooting but I remember the need. There are still a lot of them out there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sombeech View Post
    I can see how killing the fox is cruel too, but coming from a farming family i see the necessity of population control. I did wince at the fox shooting but I remember the need. There are still a lot of them out there.
    Yes a lot of people in the surround areas have chickens.


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