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my brother has a 410. shotgun do they make turkey maybe duck loads for these guns? i havn't seen any maybe someone has?

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  • my brother has a 410. shotgun do they make turkey maybe duck loads for these guns? i havn't seen any maybe someone has?

    my brother has a 410. shotgun do they make turkey maybe duck loads for these guns? i havn't seen any maybe someone has?

  • #2
    In some states it's illegal to hunt turkeys with a 410. I'm not sure about waterfowl but for sure there's just not enough thump there for big birds.

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    • #3
      i didn't think there was but he (my brother) wanted me to ask

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      • #4
        thanks anyway

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        • #5
          Winchester brought out a 410 duck load last year as far as turkey loads go I dont know. If you want the duck loads check Cabelas or Macks Prairie Wings

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          • #6
            i doubt it. if they did make a turkey load, it would have an inconsistent pattern. i would recommend a 20 gauge if he's a little guy. 12 gauge if hes bigger.

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            • #7
              A .410 with 3in 4 shot will take a turkey down. Keep all shots within 20 yards. If you have a 20 or 12 I would recommnend using them and leave the .410 at home.

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              • #8
                Try to club up, both for turkeys or ducks. .410 far from ideal for either. Doves on the other hand...it's ideal.

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                • #9
                  The .410 is commonly used as a beginner gun which is ironic, because with the small shot charge it carries, even experienced shooters find it to be a challenge to shoot. An inexperienced shooter shooting such a difficult gauge will miss and wound a lot of animals. I would not hunt anything larger than rabbits with a .410. For fast flying birds like doves, an experienced shooter with a .410 will be lucky to get 2 or 3 doves for every box of shells fired.

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                  • #10
                    probably not but in some states it is legal to put down a turkey with a .410 though.

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