Not exactly long range, but there is a scarcity of kill pics this time of year on this site. I tried out the Remington 12 ga HeviShot 1.5 oz #6 this year, worked like a charm. I heard this tom gobbling at about 0930 about 100 yds away this morning (opening morning for Missouri), set up under a tree and voice called. He came into view in about 2 or 3 minutes, but hung up at about 50 yards strutting and gobbling. I didn't have a decoy, and he was looking for the hen. I have killed birds at 50 yds before, but would rather have them closer. I only gave a few quiet yelps over the next 20 minutes, and he finally moved closer. My leg was cramping up, and I decided to shoot when he was about 40 yds. Definite bang flop, flop, flop some more. This was my 25th spring tom shot with my trusty Mossberg 835 Ultimag. I used to use 3.5" shells but the recoil was fearsome (way more than a .375 H&H which is the biggest rifle I have ever shot). I can highly recommend this shotgun. It is cheap and reliable. I would recommend a set of adjustable metal fiberoptic sights. Enjoy the pic and lets see some more turkey pics!