Turkey - from "on the wing" to "in the pot"

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Here are a few birds.
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They are kind of hard to see in this first pic. Go straight up from my right elbow and you can see some little dark specs among the yuccas.
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The survivors are flying away.
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Future dinner.
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Dinner in progress.
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Now for the upper crust.
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The final product.
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Cool! What rifle/caliber were you using?

It's a .22 WMRF that was imported by Charles Daly. I don't remember which country it came from and the last I checked it did not show up on the CD website any more. I can get the model number etc. if you are interested but I will have to wait until tonight or tomorrow morning to post it.

I like the .22 mag for turkey. It puts them down fast but doesn't tear up a lot of meat.
 

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Bitmap, nah, don't worry about all that. I was more interested in the caliber than anything else. I have several 22mag rifles.

Thanks for posting the pics!
 

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