Wild Boar Hunting in Hungary : Shooting Practice & Techniques

Driven Wild Boar Hunt Shooting Practice & Techniques

After zeroing the scope on the range it is worth testing your driven wild boar hunt shooting skills with an expert shooting coaching or a location to get the driven wild boar hunt shooting technique. The team meet up with Andrew Venables of WMS Firearms Training to put their rifles in to practise, shooting driven and moving targets is a completely different dynamic.

The reality of a boar hunt, is close range (typically 10-40m) and fast paced, shooting from a standing position without the use of sticks or rests. Preparation and practice will transform your hunting ability, ensuring you quickly, clinically and humanely dispatch your target.

It's your duty as a hunter to be dealing with the one you first shot at and to make sure it's properly sorted before you move on.

TOP TIP: After taking the shot, reload before you come down

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