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Old 04-06-2014, 03:46 PM
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Knight tk2000 blk pwdr 12
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Old 04-06-2014, 11:31 PM
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Mossberg 835. They aren't fancy. They rattle a bit. They kick like a pissed off mule. And they won't impress your dinner guests like a Benelli. But man do they throw a pattern for turkey hunting. And besides reliably going boom whenever I pull the trigger, pattern is the next most important thing to me. Even with a 20 inch barrel mine is deadly to 50 yards with a hevishot choke and Hevi-13 number 6's.

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Old 04-08-2014, 05:15 PM
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Originally Posted by Todd1700 View Post
Mossberg 835. They aren't fancy. They rattle a bit. They kick like a pissed off mule. And they won't impress your dinner guests like a Benelli. But man do they throw a pattern for turkey hunting. And besides reliably going boom whenever I pull the trigger, pattern is the next most important thing to me. Even with a 20 inch barrel mine is deadly to 50 yards with a hevishot choke and Hevi-13 number 6's.

sound great to me you dont need a 1000 dollar gun to kill a turkey you need one that shoots and throws a tight pattern any one that tells you otherwise is crazy
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Old 04-09-2014, 01:31 PM
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Originally Posted by cammogunner View Post
hey that sound like a turkey KILLER.. i want a redot on mine possibly. what do you think of yours does it help the paterns poi any.
Cammogunner, to be honest I just added my red dot this year. I've always been a fiber-optic guy. I'm really liking my sight picture with it and I don't feel constricted at all. I was worried I'd feel like my target was 'boxed-in' with a smaller tube of a red dot, but I'm liking what I see right now in patterning my gun. I'm really liking the crispness of the dot on this TruGlo. It's no Aimpoint or EOTech, but it also didn't set me back half a paycheck. I'll keep you posted as Ohio season opens in a few weeks!
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Old 04-09-2014, 07:19 PM
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Originally Posted by CJMart View Post
Cammogunner, to be honest I just added my red dot this year. I've always been a fiber-optic guy. I'm really liking my sight picture with it and I don't feel constricted at all. I was worried I'd feel like my target was 'boxed-in' with a smaller tube of a red dot, but I'm liking what I see right now in patterning my gun. I'm really liking the crispness of the dot on this TruGlo. It's no Aimpoint or EOTech, but it also didn't set me back half a paycheck. I'll keep you posted as Ohio season opens in a few weeks!
Awsome I look forward. To hearing you took a bird with that red dot..I thinkI will pickup sometime Im intriged with having one on my pump guns
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