Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by The_Eagle_Has_Landed, Feb 24, 2009.
With some pp, that could be a decent photo
Speaking from experience, it's really tough to bring a turkey down with a 22. Pretty much requires a headshot.
one time i was huntin with a diamond rock compound and shot the turkey in the ass, the thing just took of it flew for a sec then ran of with the arrow in its ass, never did find that one again.
Does it have a beard?
the turkey in the picture does
He meant 22mm wide lens.
nah, i wanted turkey dinner , hhmmmm turkey
i use #4 shot on turkeys
I didnt know turkeys had beards...
it's just a feather
If your not taking out the turkeys head when using a gun your doing it wrong. Don't wanna ruin any of that meat.
Nice shot of a turkey though. Little buggers are hard enough to see when your dressed in full camo and trying.
this post made no sense to me because i thought the 22 referred to a prime, not a gun.
i know, but every evening i noticed they where making there way through my back yard. so i dump a whole bunch of sunflower seeds to there i want them to hang outat. now ther is about 40 of them and 5 toms.
i guess i should of been more spesific,sorry
here are some more pictures from this shoot
Warmed it up a little, fixed the curves, levels, saturation, little bit of blur and burn and you have a nice photo!
It's amazing what a little PP does!
cool i like what you did with it