Share your tales (tall or otherwise) of hunting adventures.
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This morning about 7:20 am
Just straddling the hard line between "the arrogance of dogmatism and the despair of skepticism"
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Nice gobbler--good huntin'!
Barry C Jolly
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Very nice.....Very nice I think they would have to say two thumbs up to that
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Best part is - you did'nt use a modern day marketing bling shotgun with the synthetic camo stock.
You used a Sporting shotgun!
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Yup, very nice indeed! Never have had the experience and would like to. How much does the tom weigh and how long was his beard? I love their coloring! Do you do anything with the fans?
I've seen them displayed fully expanded and the beard hung from the center as a trophy.
I also have seen a few of the more colorful feathers sent with Christmas cards to other sportsmen. It makes a rather outstanding holiday greeting card to like minded people. MD
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Nice bird, nicely done photo. Along with what Darryl said I'm surprised that gun killed a turkey since it's not some kind of new Terminator type.
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I like it! Congratulations. That is doing it with style and class. Shoot straight, rdnck.
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Nice shotgun. Oh yeh, nice Tom too.
Richard A. Wood
If you are surrounded. You are in a target rich environment.