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Turkeys with flintlock

Hi all. Just swapped out my .50 cal loads in the possibles bag for the .40 cal and ready to go Saturday morning for a turkey.
Any others doing similar? What are you using?
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I will be out with the .32 flintlock for squirrels and that woods has a very good turkey population.
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Hi all. Just swapped out my .50 cal loads in the possibles bag for the .40 cal and ready to go Saturday morning for a turkey.
Any others doing similar? What are you using?
something I have been working on, is having each guns own everything. almost a daunting task, but I'm getting there. bags, horns, primers, everything. that way when I go all I have to do is grab the gun and possibles and go. no swapping things out.
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Re: Turkeys with flintlock

Here is a picture of last years fall turkey with the flintlock.
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Black powder - that is an admiral goal to have one of everything outfitted to each weapon. Where are you hunting Saturday, near home? I'll be just east of you

Long hunter - i hope to take a similar photo next week! Very nice.
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Matt, may we see the rest of that flinter?
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This is something that I would really like to do before it's too late.
Have a TC Cherokee in 32 and a TC Seneca in 36.Both are percussion but someday I would like a 32 flinter!

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yes, hunting at my house, unless something else comes up.
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yes, hunting at my house, unless something else comes up.
Best of luck to you, I'll be ridge walking looking for birds.
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