I've hunted turkeys with shotguns for several decades but back in the 1980s I decided that I wanted to try turkey hunting with a bow. When I went to a nearby bow shop to see what they had, they had a hard time to keep from laughing when I told them I wanted a bow for turkey hunting.
Most of the employees there were turkey hunters but could not imagine anyone hunting them with a bow. In the end I purchased a very short bow and what I considered to be a maneuverable bow that I thought would work well in the turkey woods.
I practiced with that bow for hours, in various situations I thought from past experience that I might find myself, until I felt proficient enough to take it to the turkey woods.
I was successful...in carrying it in the woods for a couple of seasons but never took a turkey with it. I finally decided that at least in our part of the world, it would work much better for deer and that's what I used it for over the next several years.
I've concentrated on using shotguns for turkeys since that time.
"If he's out of range, it just means that he has another day and so do you."