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For a dedicates turkey gun that will take a turkey out to 50+ yards would a 20ga work or will i need a 12ga

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  • #16
    You don't need to worry about a dedicated turkey gun that will kill them at 60 yards, you need to worry about learning how to turkey hunt. If killing a turkey is all you are interested in, go get you a scoped .22 Hornet. There is a lot more to turkey hunting than killing a turkey, you need to learn what it is.

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    • #17
      Somebody explain to this guy what turkey hunting is about,,,

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      • #18
        I know what I'm about to say is morally wrong so before I actually type it, I;ll gorrow a phrase from Larry the Cable Guy--Lord, I apologise! OK, now that I got that over with, I can't help but wish that Darwinian Natural Selection would select out "hunters" like Big Red C and bbcoach252. IMHO, they're both unethical hunters. Big Red--please stay out of the woods--maybe you could hang out at the casino with the best player the Reds ever had--Mr. Banned from Baseball; and bb, stick to coaching--you obviously don't belong in the woods.

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        • #19
          Sorry for the typos--I guess I was seeing RED--no pun intended. LMAO at these 2 jokers.

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          • #20
            ok Big Red C, is this a joke? Turkey hunting is a pure sport and the game we hunt deserves our utmost respect. Taking a turkey at more than 50 yards is merely shooting, not hunting. Try to get the gobbler within a 30 yard range to ensure an ethical kill. Challenge yourself to become a master woodsman and pull that gobbler in as close as possible.

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            • #21
              I back Seadog and BigBuck96 whole heartedly in their last comments.

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