Farmers and landowners throughout Texas are waging war on feral pigs and coyotes by employing nearly any means available to save crops and help restore deer populations that have been nearly wiped out by predators. One of the most effective methods is to employ airborne marksmen riding in fast, nimble helicopters. Recently, Harris Publications contributor Jay Langston tested out AAC’s (Advanced Armament Corp.) .300 Blackout AR-styled rifles fitted with various Trijicon optics on hogs and coyotes with tremendous success. Over a three-day period, he worked in concert with pilot Kyle Lange to help clear out 219 porkers and 57 coyotes with AAC’s new cartridge.
Stay tuned for more in an upcoming issue of Rifle Firepower magazine and the Harris annual AR Rifleman: Black Guns & Hunting 2014.
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Farmers and landowners throughout Texas are waging war on feral pigs and coyotes by employing…
by Tactical-Life / Jun 11, 2013