A Few Boars Lost In The Dry Country

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  1. Mark R

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    Went out last weekend to look for a mob of hogs that I know have been frequenting some wheat stubble country a long way from the river country they usually may be found.
    A trio of boars taken with my Winchester M70 in 300H&H and Woodleigh 180gr PP that I'm considering for my next trip to Africa.

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    In which area do you hunt them ?
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    Well done some good looking bacon there
     

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    Well done, looks like the rifle is shooting just fine
     

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    Wow! That's some fine looking hogs! Great job!
     

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  10. Mark R

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    I am in the North West of Victoria, Australia :A Way To Go:

    Cheers,
    Mark.
     

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    What are the "melons" ??? in the first picture?

    Congrats on your cull success.
     

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    Good work - what were your observations on bullet performance and results? This is one of the bullets I am considering trying in .300 Win Mag and 30-06 - any feedback would be appreciated - thanks
     

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    They are Paddy Melons first brought out here with the Afghan's when they imported their camels for desert food for them.


    Didn't dig these one's out but they worked...... I am an avid Woodleigh user for quite a few years and calibres. I have used them in .416, 9.3 and .338 and will be using these next year on plainsgame.
     

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