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Old November 24th, 2020, 05:23 PM #21
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Just because Iíve never done one of these before, is a full choke okay for some of these 40+ yard distances? I wonít be tearing up frames or anything will I? Assuming I remember how my full choke patterned. I think it was the oddball patterning low and left.
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The last Deale Charter Captain's Association Turkey Shoot was canceled due to Anne Arundel COVID restrictions.
We hope to start the shoots up again in April 2021.
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Just because Iíve never done one of these before, is a full choke okay for some of these 40+ yard distances? I wonít be tearing up frames or anything will I? Assuming I remember how my full choke patterned. I think it was the oddball patterning low and left.
Full choke-turkey choke is de rigueur.
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At Beaver Run all guns are gauged at .680. We shoot 30 yds. We are having a New Years day shoot if you like to check it out. The shoot starts at noon. Most full chokes work fine.
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