Reflecting on a Blessed Turkey Season: My Second TN Longbeard Photo

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  • John's avatar

    Congrats on the bird 🦃 How do you like the TSS?

  • Travis's avatar

    @John love it! This is my second year using it, and 5 birds dropped stone cold in one shot. Ranges from 25-50 yards.

  • Travis's avatar

    @John really like it! Second year using it, and every bird has dropped stone cold dead on the first shot at ranges from 25-50 yards.

  • John's avatar

    @Travis that sounds awesome! I’ve been debating trying some out but haven’t made the jump yet.

  • Travis's avatar

    @John I bought mine back when they were $28/box... No way I would pay $60/box for them! My son shoots Federal 3rd Degree with TSS, and that is probably what I am switching to next year. He killed his at 35 yards this year with his 20 gauge using 3rd Degree.

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    @Travis that’s why I’ve been having trouble making the jump. I’ve been shooting winchester XX’s and XR’s and have had good luck with them. I’ll look at the 3rd degree. Haven’t ever tried them. Thanks for the info! Sounds like y’all have had luck with the federals.

  • Travis's avatar

    @John we have. I know a couple guys who shoot Apex, and they are always slammed at the NWTF Convention. They make a great product too, but it is also very pricey!

  • John's avatar

    I may give the Federal a try. I’ve only shot Remington Nitro which I didn’t care for & the Winchester’s. But I’ve been thinking about trying a different load. Think I’m going to try and grab some Federal. Do you shoot 3”or 3 1/3”?

  • Travis's avatar

    @John I shoot 12ga 3” and my son shoots 20ga 3”.

  • John's avatar

    @Travis thanks for the info! After carrying a 20 gauge, I’ve almost decided to go with just 20 gauge. But sometimes I still grab the 12 when I leave the house.

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