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Here is a Hunt Primitive video I just found. Its been out for a few months so you might have seen it already. I have wanted to de something like this since I could walk. So cool to see someone doing it! 


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That was a very cool video!!!!! I never would have thought that a man on horseback could keep up with the pigs like that!!!!!

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Thank Zip, that was fun!

I had a pinto growing up and he could turn on a dime.  The fences on the homestead weren't so good, and I spent a fair amount of time rustling up the cows and pigs and running them back to the farm.  It took about zero point one seconds for my horse to figure out what I wanted and to herd the critters home.  I bet that horse had fun!

And I saw so many deer and other critters while riding.  Animals don't fear horses, or people on horses, like they do a walking man.  My horse was gun shy and blood shy, so I never hunted with him.  But dang, that sure looks fun.

I did a bunch of bareback riding as a kid, but always used a saddle when herding.  Salute! to them that can hunt pig bareback.
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Thanks for the video.
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Fun way to pull some weeds!  THanks for sharing this.
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Looks like fun,  but at 73 years young i will pass.
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Hmmm hold my beer....tape my feet down to the rear rack of the quad, get me close (you drive), I'll do the rest.
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I did too !

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Hmmm hold my beer....tape my feet down to the rear rack of the quad, get me close (you drive), I'll do the rest.


Make sure you video this!!!!! I’ll bet money you end up on your a**!!! 🤣🤣🤣 And to boot, that 4-wheeler will never be able to turn like a horse can!!!!!

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That guy is one outstanding horseman!! And bareback!
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The video was cool but man, I can't imagine getting broadheads out around my horse and I have shot a bow off him.  I wonder if he was using broadheads.  He had to stick that one pig a bunch of times.
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I cant see the broadheads but I'm sure they're using them (I would hate to think they would shoot anything other than a broadhead into an animal that size. They use stone points on their arrows and collaborate with archeologists and anthropologists to test different theories about ancient hunting weapons. 
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