If you’re a “meat and potatoes” kind of hunter who wants some dependable and reasonably priced . 308 ammo for hunting deer, elk, feral hogs, and black bear, then the Remington’s 180 grain Core Lokt soft point will probably work really well for you.
What is the best 308 round for hogs?
Any . 308 Winchester round is sufficient for a one shot kill on a hog, but the heart is protected pretty well by the shoulders, on a straight broadside shot.
Is a 308 good for hog hunting?
308 Winchester is A GOOD CHOICE for hog or wild boar hunting, under average conditions, from a mid-range distance, with a medium grain expanding bullet, and with correct shot placement.
Will a 308 kill a wild boar?
We kill many boars each year some very large ones, the . 308 when used correctly is enough gun. Velocity is thrilling, But diameter does the real killing.
Is 308 large enough for elk?
308 Winchester certainly has enough energy to kill deer, pronghorn, elk, moose and bear out to 300 yards, but the bullet drops fast and it’s trajectory looks like a bell shaped curve by 500 yards.
Is a 350 legend good for hog hunting?
Overall, I would say within 200 yards you should have no issue. I would not hesitate to use the 350 Legend on deer or hogs. The only disadvantage right now is the magazine capacity. Once they have larger mags, then I can do more extensive testing and see how the caliber performs on more targets.
Is frangible ammo good for hog hunting?
Frangible ammo can work grear. It can be an abysmal failure. I use 100 gr matchkings in a 257 wby. I get just over a foot of penetration and no more.