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riverrat56

Area Turkey Hunters - Patterning Day

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Would anyone one be interested in setting up a Shotgun Patterning Day?

Thinking that everyone could bring a box of shells and then we can all shoot a few of each, instead of everyone going out on there own and buying 4 differnt boxes.

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3 in. or # 3 1/2 in. #5 is all you need.

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Great Idea!

We do that with our group of turkey hunters. Works out pretty well. laugh.gif

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I would be interested in a day of shooting. Let me know when and where.

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Riverrat:

Set something up and I'll attend if I can make it!

Details:

-Central location at a gun range?

-Weekend day

-Time/date?

What works, any ideas?

Joel

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I would be interested for sure.

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Well I'm not a member at any gun range, also don't really know of any around the area, guess I'm not a great planner smirk.gif

I dunno really, I originally posted this in the South Central forum which is the area I live in, no one responded.

Being a senior in highschool I don't really have the access to organize something like this, I mean I probally do, but I don't know where to start.....

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Does anyone know anything about the hunt club in LeSeur? Maybe that could be an option?

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I would venture to say if you contacted Earl or Randy Voss at Caribou Gun Club that he may let some guys come.

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