The defendant was tried and convicted of the offense of pointing a gun at another. An appeal was then filed. Held:
1. While in conflict there was evidence that the defendant went into his home and returned with a shotgun which he pointed at three "dog boys" who had been led to the house by blood hounds; that the defendant stated he would kill them. The evidence was sufficient to support the verdict.
2. The remaining enumeration of error is without merit.
Judgment affirmed. Hall, P. J., and Pannell, J., concur.