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Discussion in 'Turkey Hunters Forum' started by kywaterfowler, Jan 25, 2003.
here's a picutre of my "Tominator" with a 20 pounder
Winchester Super X2, tru-glo ported choke tube, and Kent 3 1/2", 2 1/4 oz, #5's. A very deadly combination!
BPS 10 gauge 3 1/2 " full choke #4 plated
Browning BPS 3.5" 12 gauge using 3.5" #5's. Patterns great out of my gun.
I am in the market to get one of those Mossberg 835 turkey guns, they are sweet!
I'm shooting a Benelli SBE 3 1/2", 26" barrel with Kick's Gobblin Thunder .660 and loading it with the 3.5" Win. HV # 6. Its the best pattern I have found out of 3 chokes and 6 or 7 different loads. Only one caution: YOU BETTER HOLD IT ON HIM. I agree with several previous post before I... The game is to get him close. Thats the way my dad taught me and what I try to do but I'm hunting in MS and I have hunted in other states. MS has a very long season and can hunt from daylight till dark. These rednecks down here can educate your birds really quick. I'm just breaking up that ole 5 yards to far stuff. Hope everybody hears a lot of gobbling. After all thats what its about isn't it!!!!!!!!!!!!
Last year's model:
Black Nova, 12GA, 26", Mad Maxx Turkey choke, Fed Premium #5's
This year's model:
Black Browning Gold 10, 10GA, 26" magna-ported, Browning XFull Turkey Choke, Win Supreme #5's HV
Maybe this is something we could get together for KY waterfowler?
Benneli Nova/ Hevishot #6's
I love my lefty version Remington 870 express 12GA! It does everything I need it to.
Winchester Supreme HV 3" magnum #5's
Tru-glo turkey sights
Star-dot X-Full turkey choke (want to try a better choke though).
I like my Browning BPS 10, 24 inch barrel, with a Kicks .690 choke and Federal # 6 shells.