Tim From Texas sent us his

Top Rifle:
22″ 6.5 creedmoor on trued rem 700, Bartlein barrel (threaded with flush thread protector), Timney trigger, Bell & Carlson medalist stock, Nightforce ATACR SFP Mrad Scope. Gunsmithing by Long Rifles Inc, Kryptek hydro dip by Modern outfitters.

Bottom Rifle:
18″ 7.62×51 GA Precision GAP 10, Noveske Switchblock, Magpul PRS Stock, Geissele SD 3-Gun trigger, Atlas Bipod, Accu Shot Mono Pod, Vortex HD Gen2 3-18 FFP Mrad Scope, Silencerco Specwar 7.62 Muzzle Brake/Suppressor Mount

Thanks Tim. Those are beautiful guns.

If you missed it, Alex and Patrick made a TFBTV video¬†on their favorite hog guns …

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  • TheNotoriousIUD

    Sweet, are either of the guns in the video full auto?

    • derpmaster

      The mp5 has a full auto sear in it.

      • TheNotoriousIUD

        I WANT ONE OF THOSE.

      • FourString

        giggity

  • Hickstick

    Them some pretty rifles for sure.

    As for the vid – Never heard of anyone hunting hog with a 9mm before, but apparently it works. Interesting

    • FourString

      Maybe it’s +P+ (++++) or something

      • iksnilol

        Or copper bullets?

  • Joshua

    just what kind of “safari” is this person going on? because neither of those rifles is capable of taking African big game

    • Tim

      Good point. These rifles are actually for hog hunting and target shooting. My friends and I tend to have a little fun and refer to our hog hunting as going on safari in Texas. Sorry for the confusion. -Tim

    • Dan

      And you say that why? Seeing as there is a dead zebra under the gun, either one will work for that.

      • iksnilol

        Zebras aren’t really big game. When people say big game they usually mean stuff like buffalo and whatnot.

        Also, I think he meant safari as in hog hunting safari. As in not hunting in Africa.

        • Dan

          Actually zebras are considered big game, as are kudu, lions, elands and leopards. All could be taken very easily with either gun.

          • iksnilol

            Yes, but could you do it legally? Most countries in Africa have a minimum .375 caliber requirement.

          • Dan

            Ok nobody said anything about legality.

          • iksnilol

            Well, we are responsible gun owners. So I presume we follow the law.

            Okay, maybe I am not the best example what with my full auto adventures but other people here surely are.

          • Dan

            The point of my post before you tried to bury it in details is that both firearms are capable of taking African Big game. It was’t to debate what is big game or if the calibers are legal for hunting. They can take big game. That is all nothing more nothing less.

          • iksnilol

            Looking at the numbers I must admit you’re right. Zebra is lighter than moose, and 308 or 6.5 creedmore works just fine on moose.

          • Dan

            I would also assume since people have taken cape buffalo with a bow, that a .308 should also work. I however would not be one to volunteer to shoot dangerous game in Africa with either. Then again I am not a trophey hunter so you’ll never see me in Africa hunting.

          • iksnilol

            Same here.

            Only experience with hunting in Africa I have is the obnoxious guys with the 50 cm .375 H&H Magnum with a brake.

          • Dan

            Oh how fun that must be. I guess who needs to hear anyways.