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Turkey ammo questions?

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I have been checking local SW and haven’t seen turkey ammo in forever there. First, I’m asking for recommendations on what is best if it ever shows up again.  Or, should I just buy whatever I find? Pics below are all I’ve seen lately. Any tips would be appreciated.

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dad alwasy used 2 or 4s and some multi duplex loads copper plated in the 3-1/2 mag. I have a few boxs maybe 100-350 rounds of various 3-1/2 loads   if you cant find any by the time of your hunt. let me know. I wont sell it out right. just when you do find some after your hunt replace it round for round. Preferably #4 buck

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I like to use 5 or 6 shot in 3.5”. The pic of the Winchester will do just fine. 

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Hope you have an autoloader for those 3 1/2" or you are young and strong.

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All joking aside you don’t need to overthink it. It’s a bird and doesn’t take much to kill one. Get a good bird load if you can’t find a turkey load and you’ll be fine. 

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7 minutes ago, azbirdhunter88 said:

All joking aside you don’t need to overthink it. It’s a bird and doesn’t take much to kill one. Get a good bird load if you can’t find a turkey load and you’ll be fine. 

You crazy

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21 minutes ago, azbirdhunter88 said:

Why? Last 2 I killed were with a 28 gauge and 8 shot. 

A fluke

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