Hunting turkeys in the suburbs deserves serious contemplation about how to use a firearm. Read
Shooting expert Clark Bush tells a Turkey & Turkey Hunting forum user about the best 20-gauge shell/choke combinations. Read
Brian Lovett uses nontoxic shotshells almost exclusively for one simple reason: They perform better. Read
Writer Walt Hampton says a head-shot is best. If you're not comfortable with that, center the neck where the feathers stop. Read
Here are six fast facts about turkey shotgun chokes to help you sight in this spring.
Moving with birds as they approach is called "flowing with the turkey." Editor Brian Lovett explains this technique.