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ORIGINAL: Cut N Run
Using a rifle to hunt turkeys ought to be illegal. REAL bad idea P.G.C.. I see a whole lot of opportunity for innocent by-standers to get injured in that deal. *Exactly* what is the Pennsylvania Game Commission thinking? Somebody's going to have to get injured or killed and file charges against the State before this changes, IMO. They appear to be suffering from rectal-cranial inversion.
so mark your using a 410 shot gun for turkey ...did you know a 44 cal bullet will fit in a 410...that why new york wont let you use a 410 for deer and turkey.....[;)]ORIGINAL: mark hay
Not on my list right now. When I finish my .36 flinter I may have to check out the possibilities.
i still see guys running the roads and shooting birds at 100-200 yards...wow
I don't consider running the roads in hope of a shot hunting. There is a name for those that practice road hunting....POACHERS
Unless I missed something I agree with all the previous posts . And it would be one heck of a challenge to take one with a 36 cal. FLINTLOCK. Of course I may never get to do that . But if I ever do ,,,,tom must be inside 40 and it would be just like squirrel hunting ,,,,HEAD SHOT OR NOTHIN'! But it ain't something I dream about . My goal in turkey hunting is to fool 'em first ,,,and fool 'em good enough to get 'em close ,,,and hopefully learn something in the process.
To just pick one off with a center fire deer or varmint rifle is like someone just said ,,,,might as well be shootin' grounhogs ,,,,and that only requires marksmanship,,,,and certainly ain't an accomplishment worthy of braggin' .
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