Feral hogs breed quickly and are quite aggressive. They aren't a native species, and can be quite destructive to wildlife and crops, therefore, hunting them is quite beneficial for wildlife preservation, and a lot of fun as well.
Most states have minimal regulations when it comes to boar hunting. In some states, hunters can even hunt hogs all year round on private properties. However, wild boar hunting can be dangerous, even for experienced hunters.
Like any other type of hunting, wild boar hunting requires patience, skill, and training. Our boar hunting simulator provides a complete training environment for both amature and professional boar hunters. It offers realistic visuals and multiple analytic features that are ideal for training.
Wild boars are aggressive, and unlike other animals that run away when they feel threatened, a wild boar can charge at you and attack. Therefore, every boar hunter needs to know how to shoot accurately and effectively under pressure. Ideally, you should get a quick and clean kill with one shot, however, if you miss, and the boar continues to fight, you need to take quick follow-up shots to finish the job.
Our shooting simulator
provides an excellent virtual training environment for boar hunting. The visuals are very realistic, and you also get access to a wide range of features that can help you improve your hog hunting skills.