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Has anyone thought of trying or tried Winchester BlindSide 4's or 5's for turkeys?

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  • brhall
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    Just be sure your extra-full choke can handle the velocity of the steel. I have a Hevishot extra-full choke and according to the company, it can handle steel shot as long as the velocity is below 1600fps. However I would be concerned that the edges on the hexside would be really hard on the choke.

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  • DSMbirddog
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    I haven't tried them or even considered them but I don't see any reason they wouldn't do a good job of it.

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    Has anyone thought of trying or tried Winchester BlindSide 4's or 5's for turkeys?

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