Late last month a few guys and I went to Lonesome Boar Adventures in Mountain Home, Texas to do a little hunting. Thinking we’d be shooting mostly coyotes at medium-to-long ranges, wild boars from close to far, and perhaps some axis deer, I built up a Pork Sword Rifle for my buddy, Peter, and a Pork Sword SBR for Jimmy, the owner of Atibal Optics, to use, both chambered in 6.5 Creedmoor.
While I could have put these guns together in other chamberings — and, indeed, I brought a gnarly 375 Raptor for myself — Creedmoor is super accurate and easy to shoot, especially over varying ranges with hastily-estimated wind calls.
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