We join Ian Harford on a beautiful, but chilly morning wild boar hunting in the stunning Baden-Württemberg area of Southwest Germany.
Before the next drive begins, Ian discusses the equipment he has brought on this epic wild boar hunting adventure.
The Sauer 404 XTC in .308 Winchester is the perfect rifle for traveling with. The modular design means you can take the rifle apart in moments and comes with a discreet carbon carry case.
The ammunition Ian has chosen is 150 grain Hornady interlocks. Although this is a lighter calibre for driven hunting, is it perfectly suitable for the task at hand.
On top of the Sauer 404 XTC, Ian has attached the Hawke Endurance Wide Angle 30 1-4×24 IR rifle scope. This has the tactical reticle, which is ideal for bringing down your focus into the centre of the reticle.
On the end of the barrel on the Sauer 404 XTC, Ian has fitted a muzzle break. Ian isn’t normally a huge fan of muzzle breaks when out hunting, nut when hunting wild boar using a .308 calibre rifle it practically eliminates any muzzle flip.
This is a perfect wild boar hunting combination, especially when traveling thanks to the accessibility and removability of the set-up. All Ian needs now is a few pigs to try it out.
Rifle – Sauer 404 XTC – https://www.sauer.de/en/s404-synchro-xtc/
Ammunition – 150 grain Hornady interlocks – https://www.hornady.com/bullets/rifle/30-cal-308-150-gr-interlock-sp#!/
Scope – The Hawke Endurance Wide Angle 30 1-4×24 IR rifle scope – https://uk.hawkeoptics.com/endurance-30-wa-1-4×24-tactical-dot.html
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