Volume 22, Number 2 April / May 2014


The population of feral hogs is growing in many parts of the U.S. So is interest in guns and calibers well suited for tougher hides and armor-like shoulders, and in unique hunting styles associated with popping hogs. I went looking for a good hog gun at stores near Birmingham, Alabama. I asked about models that chambered substantial rounds, were durable, and had compact barrels and iron sights—or were at least drilled for a scope. Not too much to ask, right? STORE A DRIVEN TO DISTRACTION ➤ I was always told it was rude to take a call when you’re talking… [Read More]