The .460 S&W Magnum cartridge is an incredibly powerful handgun round. Some loads can push past 2900 foot-pounds of energy at the muzzle, but that’s not the only thing it has going for it.

As this video demonstrates, the .460 S&W commands respect from humans and animals alike.

As the “hunter” stealthily approaches the wild boar with nary a nervous glance, it appears to all be over for the hog—but you might be surprised how this one ends.

Editor’s note: Yes, we realize the hog is probably domesticated.

Image from steveleeilikeguns on YouTube

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12 thoughts on “Video: Wild Boar Learns to Respect .460 S&W Magnum

  1. Hilarious video. Sad that you have to add the note about acknowledging the pig is domesticated, the video was obviously a joke but that the lowest common denominator viewers (read: idiots) might not get it is amazing.

  2. Never point a gun at something you do not intend to destroy. Idiots like this give gun owners a bad image and the anti gunners fuel for the fire…

  3. This guy probably can’t help he is an idiot. He definitely shouldn’t have a gun as he gives all of us a bad name. I am disappointed that Outdoor hub actually thought this was funny to post, they can help that. Extremely distasteful.

  4. Some of you guys have your heads so far up your ass you cant see the light at the end of the tunnel.(get it .I DOUBT It) Relax,take a deep breath.This guy has a great sence of humor.Thats all.Id like to drink a beer with him ,and I dont drink.

    1. Sure, I get the humor aspect. But, you’re ignoring the fact that anti-gunners & anti-hunters actually Believe that this is how hunters bag their game. THEY will take this video seriously, and pass it around as “proof” of their flawed ideas. If kept within the right circles, it’s OK, but it’s in the public domain, isn’t it?
      As such, it will promote a bad image. The times we live in are not rational, and one must always be conscious of what you say & do. Sorry situation.

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