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Stoeger M3500 Turkey
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I decided to go with a 12 Gauge,  3 1/2" Turkey Gun. The Military Exchange / AAFES offered the Stoeger M3500 Turkey for $711, with star card discount it was $545, tax free and out the door.  It has a 28" barrel, Max-5 camo and used the Berretta Mobil choke system just like my Tri-star and Beretta Outlander.

EO Tech 512.A65
Picatinny Rail
Pistol Grip Stock
Patternmaster Code Black Turkey Choke
Banded 3, shotshell sling

So far the best pattern was with Winchester Longbeard XR #5. I'm going to try and hunt both Fall and Spring Turkeys seasons so I can write an after hunt review.

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that sounds like a great deal!
it's a good looking smoke-pole. i look forward to seeing your updates of the birds you smack down with it.
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(06-13-2021, 07:14 PM)Carcass Wrote: that sounds like a great deal!  
it's a good looking smoke-pole.  i look forward to seeing your updates of the birds you smack down with it.
Thanks brother. These Nebraska cornfields keep putting me in a situation where I'm looking at a 40 yard plus shot on a big Tom. I decided I needed a shotgun more capable of that range. As you can see from the picture below, thest crop fields give a Gobbler a pretty signifigant standoff distance.

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Perhaps you could try a different style of camouflage!  LOL
   
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