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- August 26th, 2018, 8:49 am
- Forum: Gobbler Talk
- Topic: Eastern "Mountain" turkeys
- Replies: 23
- Views: 980
I called in a rio in West Texas this past spring for my cousin that had very dark primaries, 1 3/8 spurs and weighed about 15 pounds which is small for that area. I have also seen a few birds from south west MS that are darker and smaller than normal. The few turkeys we have left in Louisiana are ge...
Has anyone set up a stoeger uplander feild 20 gauge? I’ve been looking hard for a bobwhite but not having any luck. Just wondering if anybody has had some experience with them they look like a nice gun for the price
I’ve been really wanting to set up a side by side 20 gauge for turkeys but have no clue where to start. I currently shoot an 870 youth 20 and love how small it is but I really like the style of a side by side. What are y’alls suggestions? And are there any problems with the poa on the side by sides?...
Looking to get my first trumpet and I was just wanting some suggestions on where to start looking since I don't know much about them. I can play a wing bone pretty good but I just want something different. I wanted to keep it around 100 dollars but I don't really have a limit on turkey hunting equip...
The IC is the way to go. Shoot the .665 in my Sbe2 beautiful pattern. Shoots a dense core pattern but still has that 20 inch coverage you want in a hunting situation. I shoot 8x9 and it's nasty
- March 20th, 2017, 9:05 am
- Forum: Small Bore
- Topic: Charles Daly 20 gauge choke?
- Replies: 2
- Views: 268
I'm trying to set up my Charles daly to shoot some tss but no one makes a choke for them. I've heard that Remington chokes will fit but I took a factory Remington choke and tried to install it but it would fit. Any suggestions?
taylorjones20 wrote:If you're referring to nicks and scratches on the wad catchers in the choke then it's normal. All of mine get that way after shooting anything heavier than lead through them. No worries.
yea its only the wad catchers that are getting scratched, that makes me feel a lot better.
I'm shooting TSS through a Benelli SBEII with an IC .665, the patterns are very consistent but I've noticed some scratches and some spots that look a little worn on the inside of the choke. It hasn't messed with the performance but I don't want to hurt the choke or gun. Has anybody else had this pro...