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It depends on the terrain you will be hunting, your XP100 will certainly kill a hog. If you can keep some distance between you and the hogs or hunt from a tree stand you would probably be ok. Hogs generally travel in packs and can be very aggressive when young ones are around. I hunted them with big bore Contenders and never had a problem dropping one, but I was mostly stand hunting off the ground. I always carried a backup big caliber revolver, something I would recommend if you will be in heavy brush.
 

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It depends on the terrain you will be hunting, your XP100 will certainly kill a hog. If you can keep some distance between you and the hogs or hunt from a tree stand you would probably be ok. Hogs generally travel in packs and can be very aggressive when young ones are around. I hunted them with big bore Contenders and never had a problem dropping one, but I was mostly stand hunting off the ground. I always carried a backup big caliber revolver, something I would recommend if you will be in heavy brush.
I plan on taking my S&W Trail Boss with me.
 
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