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#3149435 - 02/02/13 06:47 PM Re: turkey guns [Re: Spurhunter]
deerhunter10
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I know my ability that means I shoot my gun over and over to see where it is hitting at different ranges. I will probably never shoot one at 70 yards but I know me and my gun can do it. you have no right to judge my ethics. I am a very ethical hunter that take shots I know I can make. I have a whole lot of respect for deer and turkey and every animal I hunt. so im not going to put myself in that position to wound that animal. a 70 yard shot is not out of the question with the right gun, choke, and ammo. magnum blends or nitros are awesome and I have complete confidence in my set up. like I said my furthest shot is 59 yards. the next furthest shot after that is 44. and I ranged it. all the others have been within 40 yards and in. and im not a "blood thirsty fool that shoots anything that moves" I only shoot long beards and mature deer and some does. so you can take your negative attitude some where else.
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#3149514 - 02/02/13 07:37 PM Re: turkey guns [Re: deerhunter10]
REN
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Last year was the first year I shot one over 34yds (41yds) and he happen to be lucky #100

If I can't hear them drumming they are too far! I don't like it when my bead covers more then the head if that makes sense
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#3149538 - 02/02/13 07:53 PM Re: turkey guns [Re: REN]
Uncle Jesse
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I can't hear them drum but, I can hear the spit.
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#3149543 - 02/02/13 07:56 PM Re: turkey guns [Re: REN]
timberjack86
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 Originally Posted By: REN
Last year was the first year I shot one over 34yds (41yds) and he happen to be lucky #100

If I can't hear them drumming they are too far! I don't like it when my bead covers more then the head if that makes sense
x2 I agree. I want to feel like I called him up.
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#3150833 - 02/03/13 10:18 PM Re: turkey guns [Re: timberjack86]
TeamMainStreet
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Oh good another argument and more name calling..........
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#3152152 - 02/04/13 09:39 PM Re: turkey guns [Re: TeamMainStreet]
Daniel Willoughby
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we are talking about a bird right, by hunting turkeys we control the numbers correct.
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