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Unread 05-04-2014, 09:42 AM
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montana turkey

i just got a new pup and wanted to see how she does around guns . there has been a few turkeys hanging around my place so i grabbed the over/under in 28 gauge and my new pup and went out to find a turkey. 5 min. later and 1 shot the new pup was running up to claim her turkey. so it looks like a 28 gauge with my skeet loads will take a turkey and the new pup is just fine with a little gun fire
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    Unread 05-05-2014, 12:27 PM
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    Re: montana turkey

    very cool.
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    Re: montana turkey

    Congrats on a great turkey!

    But I don't know if I would be setting that O/U in the dirt and rocks...It would be a crime to scratch up that beauty ;)
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    Re: montana turkey

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    Congrats on a great turkey!

    But I don't know if I would be setting that O/U in the dirt and rocks...It would be a crime to scratch up that beauty ;)
    My sentiments exactly on both counts... Nice turkey... Nice pup... And definitely, nice gun.
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