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Here are the results of last weekends test patterns.
I shot twice @ each target & compensated after the 1st shot.




 

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cut cut cut uh oh. Nice shooting. All this talk of Turkey bird hunting is makin me jeleous. the part of Oregon I live in is a lon drive to the parts that have Turkey habbitat.
 

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tulsahunter..6 shots 6 dead birds...Wish they were real though.
 

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rfreeman...
I use to drive quite a drive of a few hours or better back in CA to hunt turkeys.
To much fun...Once you can hunt them successfully you can pretty much hunt anything with success.
 

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I used to drive a few hours in Ca to hunt them and everything else back in Ca myself but Im talking about at least a 6 to 8 hour drive here in Oregon as the Turkeys are at the extremeSouth and extreme North of were I am wich is the North West part of the state. Id be willing to do it but ther is so much more I can hunt here this time of the year I just could not justifiy driving that for to my wife for a couple Turkey. Besides I have shot a few of them before in California, Texas The Carolinas and FLorida, I have never shot a Mountain lion. Im working on that right now here in Oergon.
 

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If I remember correctly, one of the biggest Rio's ever taken was shot in Oregon.
 

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I think your right. It was in Southern Oregon I think. They do get pretty big down there
 

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rfreeman,
I hear ya on a 8hr drive or better for a turkey or 2.
 
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