During the DRT Ammo Hog Hut I was invited to a few weeks ago, I was also able to get some time to talk to fellow attendees James Yeager of Tactical Response and Colion Noir, NRA News Commentator and Gun Enthusiast.
In the video below, we discuss our thoughts on what worked and what didn’t from the perspective of thermal optics and night vision as we hunted hogs at Spike Box Ranch in Benjamin, TX. There was also the extremely normal banter of a bunch of guys giving each other as much crap as possible.
I enjoyed getting to hang out with everyone involved in the Hog Hunt and I appreciate DRT Ammo putting it together and inviting us out. The thermal and night vision provided was a tremendous opportunity and I can’t thank Night Optics USA enough for brining everything out for us to try. 5.11 also provided Realtree clothing and boots for us to wear during the hunt and more will be coming soon on how it performed.
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"One problem I see with the round right off the bat is when you miss, it has no effect on the animal." That was funny as hell. This interaction between you 3 reminds me of my friends...with a respectable crap factor. The other video showing the effects of the DRT round on a hog was good as well.