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    I am assuming that Vammy is referring to an...

    I am assuming that Vammy is referring to an extended "middle toe" :D
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    All good advice. Most important is keep your eye...

    All good advice. Most important is keep your eye on his head/beak and keep your head down!! Just like shooting clays.
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    I started shooting a 28 about 4 years ago,...

    I started shooting a 28 about 4 years ago, thought I would give it a try one day. Haven't gone back since. A load of #5 or #6 will put um down DOA if you point it correct. #6 works fine for quail...
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    I believe the CSA hunts can be detrimental to the...

    I believe the CSA hunts can be detrimental to the wild birds. In an area we have hunted for over 20 years, a CSA group got a CRP walk-in by paying more for the lease than the state. That CRP field...
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    Although they are both nice, I prefer the top one. Are you planning on making any? If so I would be interested.
    Cheers,
    WolfcreekNC
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    I have been using Fiocchi Golden Pheasant in the...

    I have been using Fiocchi Golden Pheasant in the #5 and #6 for the past 3 years with very good success #5 if just pheasant; mostly DOA if shot within a reasonable distance. #6 when their is a ...
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    Thanks for sharing! Signed it! Cheers, Wolf

    Thanks for sharing! Signed it!
    Cheers,
    Wolf
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    I can't say I have ever gone Woodcock hunting but...

    I can't say I have ever gone Woodcock hunting but occasionally we jump on when out grouse hunting. There is a good NC hunting and fishing website and there has been a lot of chatter lately about...
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    Mark, Good for you getting out with your Dad! ...

    Mark,
    Good for you getting out with your Dad! Those are precious moments. I wish I had made it out to Kansas to hunt with my father. Tried to get him to come out about 10 years back, he was in...
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    Mark, Good for you getting out with your Dad! ...

    Mark,
    Good for you getting out with your Dad! Those are precious moments. I wish I had made it out to Kansas to hunt with my father. Tried to get him to come out about 10 years back, he was in...
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    Careful, if you buy him a 28ga and shoot it...

    Careful, if you buy him a 28ga and shoot it yourself you might never turn back!!
    Happened to me 3 years ago. Great gauge!
    Cheers,
    Wolf
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    Hey Esetter, I'm starting in Asheville NC...

    Hey Esetter,
    I'm starting in Asheville NC passing through Tenn on Saturday heading out to North Central Kansas for the week. Can't wait!
    Cheers,
    Wolf
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    Get 2 3/4" shells; if you miss you can blame it...

    Get 2 3/4" shells; if you miss you can blame it on the shells :p
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    To get back "on task" with this thread, I believe...

    To get back "on task" with this thread, I believe a good day of hunting would be accompanying Benelli-banger on a hunt!
    Cheers,
    wolf
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    [QUOTE=A5 Sweet 16;235146] Fun &...

    [QUOTE=A5 Sweet 16;235146]




    Fun & enjoyable pheasant hunting happens every time I’m out, barring any major injuries, incidents or accidents. The dog’s always flawless & roosters are always...
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    Ah, very important criteria not mentioned before....

    Ah, very important criteria not mentioned before. "Fair chase" birds fall just as hard with a load of #5 at a reasonable range from any gun but late season birds in strong winds would suggest I take...
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    Put the bead on the bird, shoot reasonable...

    Put the bead on the bird, shoot reasonable distances and a 28 gauge with 2 3/4" shells and a 7/8oz payload of #5 will fold birds up DOA. That is what I have learned. Shot 20 gauges for 15 years and...
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    Nice! :10sign:

    Nice! :10sign:
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    I am on my second pair of them. I wore out the...

    I am on my second pair of them. I wore out the first pair, sent to Filson and they sent me a new pair free; guaranteed for life. I use them for hunting and also working out in the woods. Tough...
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    Well, for me it is packing and checking the...

    Well, for me it is packing and checking the "list" to make sure I have everything packed for myself and my twin boys who just turned 12. We will be making the 900+ mile drive out to the wonderful...
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    Remember that the best thing to wear in snake...

    Remember that the best thing to wear in snake country is two pairs of underware:D
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    I'll second that buying a used gun. I have...

    I'll second that buying a used gun. I have bought 2 Browning superlights (12 and 28 ga) off Gunbroker in the $1100 range with the shipping and FFL transfer. Ask a lot of questions and get...
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    How much do you lead a walleye? :D

    How much do you lead a walleye? :D
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    Browning Citori English stock either in 28 gauge...

    Browning Citori English stock either in 28 gauge or 20 gauge; just depends on how I feel that day. last year I never even uncased the 20 gauge, I was deadly with the 28:thumbsup:
    Cheers,
    Wolf
  25. Right on! :10sign:

    Right on! :10sign:
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