Hog Hunting with a Benjamin Marauder Airgun

YES, YOU CAN HUNT HOGS WITH AN AIRGUN!  Don’t Miss Benjamin Airguns on This Week’s Inside Outdoors TV with Dave Poteat

ROCHESTER, New York, (September 10, 2012) – This week on Inside Outdoors TV, host, Dave Poteat takes the Benjamin Marauder .25 caliber air rifle hog hunting in Oklahoma.

You won’t want to miss the climactic ending of this exciting hunt. According to Dave, “If you haven’t considered using airguns to hunt hogs, this episode will change your mind.”

Tune in to the Outdoor Channel on Tuesday at 9:30 p.m., Thursday at 7:30 a.m. or Friday at 2:00 p.m. (EST) to witness an airgun hog hunt on Inside Outdoors TV. For more about Inside Outdoors TV, visit www.insideoutdoorstv.com.

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4 Responses to Hog Hunting with a Benjamin Marauder Airgun

  1. Stanley says:

    Hunting hogs with an airgun? Hmmm, never thought of that, doesn’t seem like it would be powerful enough to take one down. I wouldn’t want to wound one and not be able to track it down. Seems like a risky venture, why not just use a proper rifle and be done with it. Besides, how close to the actual hog would you have to get to drop a pig with an airgun. I would really like to see this done. Are there any videos?
    http://hogpredators.com

    • Glen says:

      You might want to contact Benjamin about more info, but I saw them take a nice buck with one of their .357 caliber airguns. It fires a specially designed, tipped bullet from Nosler. Of course, shot placement is key.

      • SGarland says:

        Sounds like a lot of fun. I spent many a day shooting my air rifle throughout most of middle school and high school. It was my favorite pass time. It would be nice to have one that is made for the big boys, so to speak. Are they very expensive? Hogpredators.com

      • Glen says:

        Yes, they cost in excess of $1000.

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