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Xtremaman

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About Xtremaman

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  • Birthday 07/27/1972

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    Kalispell, Montana
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    Hunting, fishing, shooting, dogs
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    Guide
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  1. Sorry for the long delay in the awaited shout back. I got a great excuse though. I have been doing extensive research just to answer your question. You believe me? You better. My clients and I have bagged a dozen Turkeys in the last three days! Now what did we use? Well we used Benelli's, Beretta's, Remington's, Mossberg's and Franchi's. Some auto-loaders some pumps. All in all everyone used some sort of Turkey choke with some sort of prefered shot. At the Pattering board the true results confirmed my naggin arguments against anysort of Remington loads; lead, heavyshot,fa
  2. Well not to mention that God Told The Appostle John that a third of all living creatures will die in the last days. So if the last days are here, you better get right with Jesus, Yeshua, Heysus or whatever you call the Son of God! If they are not, well what better way to track the upcoming plague than through bird banding and hunters kill reports. Waterfowlers could prove to be the most valuable element in tracking and containing this flu. I for one would rather it be another hype in a global scare game by the global elitist to control us than the real pandemic nightmare. But if they a
  3. Sorry for the long delay in the awaited shout back. I got a great excuse though. I have been doing extensive research just to answer your question. You believe me? You better. My clients and I have bagged a dozen Turkeys in the last three days! Now what did we use? Well we used Benelli's, Beretta's, Remington's, Mossberg's and Franchi's. Some auto-loaders some pumps. All in all everyone used some sort of Turkey choke with some sort of prefered shot. At the Pattering board the true results confirmed my naggin arguments against anysort of Remington loads; lead, heavyshot,fa
  4. THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS WILD GAME ANYMORE, as long as we have government agencys handling it. Obviously you and I care more about it than they do. It's all about the revenue my friends.
  5. Goose I love Raw! Duck, well lets say I have dozen recipes to hide the liver flavour, and there is always the butcher shop to turn it into Pepperoni.
  6. Also about the PLUG in your gun. It's there, installed by the factory, to limit you to a total of 3 shots. That is the federal law on the number of shots you can use to take waterfowl, some states alos limit you to 3 shots for upland game birds and turkeys too. In Montana we have, of course the 3-shot rule for waterfowl, but for upland, turkey and deer we can have Three or twenty shots in the gun if we want!
  7. My experience with Nova made my shoulder aching for a AUTO. But besides that I would like to say that the best investment you can make right now is a Benelli Mercury Recoil Reducer and Stock Kit. Trust me you'll thank me every shot you will take afterwards. There is a world of difference between a 1 1/8 oz trap load and 2oz Turkey load. When you get your Scope you'll want to sight it in with the ammo you will use for both Turkey and Deer. So you'll have to take aim shots shooting that 2 oz lead snaught beating Turkey load. Or the Smokin Hot 1oz Slug Sabot. Then that's when the Mercury Recoil R
  8. The original topic was about what loads are being shot at waterfowl. I think of two things mentioned here that must be addressed that have been hawed at, but not seriously addressed. Why we use the loads we do! I think that a lot of your complaints are due more to consistentency and reliability problems. #1 If you got the right gun/choke combo. #2 what conditions and birds are you shooting in and at. The #1 thing is to successively kill that bird and get in the blind. A GOOD smothbore and a GOOD dog are the #1 ingredients to this. Back to your reliability issues. I have my favorite shel
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