Rick,I noticed that also. Now when we stab a hog using at least a 9" blade into the heart and lungs it still takes a while for them to bleed out and die but my dogs still have a hold of the head,nose,neck area until they bleed out and die.If you watch the video closely, while ol' dude's talking the pig's still kicking. I've seen deer and other animal's twitch for a bit but that looked more like actual movement.
The shot to the head may have taken it down, but I don't think the pellet had the mass/fragmentation to kill it.
Iam an avid Hog hunter, I have many catch dogs,pit bulls and AM bulldogs. I/we hunt with knives,very up close and personal.
Iam from Los Angeles(venice beach) but I moved to south Texas(brush country) to work for Armor Group ITI 3 years ago. I get bored real fast when Iam just sittin around so I hooked up with some ole boar hunters and love it.You must be from Texas;) lol We hunt the same! Good dog team and a sharp pig sticker, stay fast on it!! A buddy of mine hands down has one of the most nasty looking scars from hog hunting!:doh:
Iam from Los Angeles(venice beach) but I moved to south Texas(brush country) to work for Armor Group ITI 3 years ago. I get bored real fast when Iam just sittin around so I hooked up with some ole boar hunters and love it.
My big red pit Demon(80lbs+) is a monster on hogs. I have 4 pits one AM bulldog and a Presa canario my friends have the strike/bay dogs mostly black mouth curs but we use Catahoulas, walker tree hounds,blue lacys etc. also.
Lots of Shiner and LoneStar to kill the taste buds prior to digging into the javelina?