OK, I will be the one to go out on a limb and point out a few things that trouble me about this video.
First, after the guy shoots the hog he says "That's the first time I ever shot this gun."
Oh, yeah? Do I need to point out how stupid and unsporting it is to hunt with a gun that you have never even sighted in? One of the cardinal rules of hunting is to know how your gun shoots so that you can hopefully make a clean kill. Going hunting with a gun that you have never sighted in is poor sportsmanship, and will in many cases (like this one) result in a wounded animal instead of a clean kill. You might say, "Well, he hit the hog with his first shot, didn't he?" To that I reply that it was probably dumb luck that the rifle had been sighted in by someone else. But he wouldn't know this if he hadn't confirmed the zero before the trip. Did you notice how the hog was still alive and crippled when they got on the scene?
Second, when they arrive at the hog and see that he is still alive, the guy shoots him once with his pistol to put him out of his misery. But the hog is still breathing and moving! Does he shoot him again to finish the job? No!
I love hunting and I'm no bleeding heart when it comes to taking game, especially destructive game like hogs. But failing to follow the most basic rules of fair play and sportsmanship makes us all look bad in front of people who hate guns and hunting to begin with. We don't need to give them any more ammunition.
OK, that's my $.02 worth, feel free to flame away.