I've been granted an invitation to kill some hogs on a client's ranch in the Santa Ynez valley. It's a working horse ranch and they are VERY reluctant to have rifle shots so I'm going to take my bow (Hoyt Magnatec). I've been shooting carbon arrows for the last year and I'd like to stay with carbons rather than re-tune with the aluminum shafts I have but I've been told by more than one person that carbon shafts could potentially "blow up" on hogs, effectively rendering much of the meat unusable. I've been asked to whack at least a half dozen if possible so I wouldn't lose my marbles if this were to happen in a single instance but if it's more likely than not, I'd change to the aluminum shafts. Does anybody have any experience with carbon shafts on hogs? Any insight you have is appreciated.