Wild boars are no longer safe in the dark.
In this pecan farm, wild boars have caused great damage to the crop and the land itself, and something needed done about it. Enter a .308 caliber semi-automatic rifle equipped with a thermal imaging scope.
This video shows how thermal imaging scopes are a great tools for invasive species management like wild boars.
This rifle used at night selectively picks out these invasive wild hogs as they desttroy everything they can find under the cloak of darkness. Normally the night time would afford these brutes protection from hunters, but with the help of the thermal imaging scope and 24/7 legal hunting hours, they are no longer safe.
What a great night time hog harvest, there might even be barbecue in the future for these guys.