• Ted Nugent Machine Gunning Hogs From A Helicopter

    by  • 12 March, 2013 • Celeb, Guns, Sports, Video • 4 Comments

    I just couldn’t resist posting this video of Ted Nugent shooting wild hogs from a helicopter…with a freakin’ machinegun!

    The reason I couldn’t resist posting this is because if there are two things that gets Buffoon all excited it’s Ted Nugent and hogs and if there is one thing Buffoon hates is me scooping him on a story about Ted Nugent and hogs. So that’s a double twofer!

    Now all you hunters out there, don’t get your panties in a wad. Ted ain’t a huntin’ he’s a shootin’. These are varmints pure and simple and under Texas law, legal to shoot from the air.

    Besides, Ted did it for a good reason, just to piss off Bill Maher and PETA. He killed over 400 of these nasty critters and donated the meat to charity. Chew on that you sissy vegans.

    Now grab ya’ some popcorn and sit back and enjoy. If you want to skip the “why and where for” just jump to 0:50 where the music and shootin’ starts. YAHOO!

    4 Responses to Ted Nugent Machine Gunning Hogs From A Helicopter

    1. 13 March, 2013 at 09:12

      The danger with making the Hog problem so public is that Democrats may try to find a way to give them voting rights.

      • Whoopie
        13 March, 2013 at 09:22

        Then we’ll shoot ’em at the voting booths.

    2. spymyeyes
      13 March, 2013 at 12:10

      Going on a hog-hunt with Uncle Ted sounds like it is a lot of full auto fun! I hope that he still gives away seats on his helicopters for people that cannot do it on the ground. Giving the hog-meat to local homeless shelters after the day is done makes it a win-win-win for all involved.

    3. BobG_of_Iowa
      22 March, 2013 at 19:46

      Ted should mount a 6-barrel gatling gun to the skids of those birds – more efficient.

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