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Patterning Article

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For those who haven't made it out to the patterning board yet this spring check out this article for a few tips.

Patterning Tips

Patterning your gun is as important, (Maybe more) as practicing your calls or doing your pre-season scouting.

Good Luck!

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Agreed.....this should be required reading for those folks who haven't patterned their turkey gun or are just looking for a few more tips on doing it effectively.

Good work Borch!!!

Joel

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Fantastic article.....one which I plan on putting to work in the next week or so. I still need to order a choke though. I'll pribably gonna get 2 (mines a double barrel) so I can compare those too. Thats gonna be rough.

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