Could someone clear something up for me? I have been told many things about where to shoot a hog at and am beginning my hunt in less than 5 days. I have been told everything from only to shoot them when they are quartering away since I will hit the shield on one broadside and not penetrate, shoot them tight against the shoulder, bring my sight up the leg and once I get 2 or 3 inches up the body to shoot since the lungs are tucked tight behind the shoulder and low, and to just shoot right behind the shoulder and it doesn't matter if I hit a little forward with my setup (93lbs, 100grn muzzy 3blade, 30in draw) I will just blow right through it. So which one of these statements its true? I've been studying there anatomy quite a bit and from what I see the lungs do look a little more tucked on the shoulder than a deer is that right, are they lower in the body. For those of you that hunt them where did you find the best shot to be?