I got these pictures today in my e-mail from the customer who had gotten a matched pair of Benghazi Warfighters for himself and his wife. This is the 578th feral hog that the wife has killed since the spread of the porcine plague reached their ranch in early 2008. It's around 220 pounds.
If you haven't seen the damage a herd of hogs can do in a single night, it is amazing and devastating. They have reached my family's farm in the last couple of years and when they hit it looks like someone got drunk and went plowing, tearing up acres of ground as they search for grubs and other edibles. They are a terrible infestation here in Texas, and I rejoice at every one killed.
Since these are killed for population control (and due to their huge numbers), the wife typically cuts out the backstrap and disposes of the rest of the carcass. She commented on how the blade cut effortlessly through the tough hide "like butter" and how the handle fit her comfortably. Both are things I like to hear from a customer. :)