Ooops, you're right. I meant to type that, but my fingers don't listen sometimes :smack:I thought it was #2 or larger.
That's what I was saying... #2 is legal.Here's the quote from the AG&F website:Ooops, you're right. I meant to type that, but my fingers don't listen sometimes :smack:I thought it was #2 or larger.
Only shotguns (10 gauge and smaller) and archery equipment (including crossbows) are legal for turkey hunting. The use of modern rifles or pistols; muzzleloading rifles or pistols; shotguns larger than 10 gauge; or shot larger than No. 2 common shot including duplex loads, is prohibited.
You CAN use #2 shot in duplex loads or otherwise.
I don't use #2. I was just clarifying the rule.If someone peppers ya with #2s........you will understand why AGFC banned them from turkey hunting in the first place. Ask a goose hunter why they would use #2s. In my opinion, AGFC made a big blunder if they lifted that ban!!
I don't know of anyone that actually makes a turkey load in #2. I guess you'd have to buy waterfowl shells.Where would you buy #2 shot any how?