I spotted this boar on one of my favorite hunting properties as the livestock keep the grass nice and low over the entire property. This boar was in the same location as the last boar I shot on this property, under a big oak tree that is dropping tons of acorns. Because of the approaching cold/rain front, the winds had kicked up pretty good. This allowed for me to get a lot closer than I would normally get as the winds covered my approach. The Berger AR Hybrid OTM did alright on this boar, creating a nice permanent wound channel and blasting through the cervical vertebrae before fragments coming to rest in the muscle right under the skin on the opposite side of the neck. I have made shots similar to this in the past that surprise and confound me in the field before I review the video. The bullet entry appears to be a good bit lower than where the bullet came to rest on the opposite side. Logically, that would not appear to make sense unless the bullet had a pretty good deflection. That was not the case. The bullet traveled in a nearly straight line, but because of the orientation of the hog with its head down, the lower shoulder entry actually corresponded with a higher stopping point on the opposite side.