Tip: Patterning Your Turkey Gun

Typically when you pattern a turkey gun you shoot at 40 yard—what happens when a gobbler appears out of nowhere close to your blind? Do you know how well your gun patterns at 20, 10 or even fewer yards?

As a turkey hunter you know things don't always go as planed in the woods and sure you can kill a turkey at 30 or 40 yards with a perfectly patterned shotgun. But as Bill Miller demonstrates, at short yardage the same gun and shells can easily hand you a bowl full of tag soup. Watch below as Bill shows you how to properly pattern your gun to ensure you're ready or any longbeard at any distance.
Don't want to go through all the extra work of double pattering your gun give Federal's new turkey load a try. These new shells are supposed to be lethal at all distances, making your life a little easier.Click here to learn more about Federal's 3rd Degree.


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